What were the biggest hits of 2000?

What were the biggest hits of 2000?

Top 100 Hits of 2000/Top 100 Songs of 2000

  • Breathe – Faith Hill.
  • Smooth – Santana featuring Rob Thomas.
  • Say My Name – Destiny’s Child.
  • I Wanna Know – Joe.
  • Everything You Want – Vertical Horizon.
  • Maria Maria – Santana featuring The Product G&B.
  • Bent – Matchbox Twenty.
  • Amazed – Lonestar.

What was the No 1 song in 2000?

See all the 2000 Number One hits from the UK below and find out who had the longest running number one in the UK singles chart….UK Number Ones in 2000.

Artist Britney Spears
Song Title Born To Make You Happy
Weeks at Number One 1
Date 23-01-2000

What music was popular during the 2000s?

Despite the hip hop dominance rock music was still popular, notably alternative rock, and especially genres such as post-grunge, post-Britpop, nu metal, pop punk, emo, post-hardcore, metalcore, and in some cases indie rock; the early and mid 2000s saw a resurgence in the mainstream popularity of pop rock and power pop.

What kind of car was the Ford Mustang in 2000?

Mustang went unchanged in 2000, aside from the removal of the 35th Anniversary fender badges. The V6 and GT were indiscernible from the outside, except for the dual exhaust cutouts in the bumper of the GT. The most exciting part of the 2000 model year was Ford bringing back the SVT Mustang Cobra R.

What was the quarter mile time of a 2000 Mustang?

Below is the performance data for the 2000 Mustangs that we could find. The GT was still a solid performance car but the street legal Cobra R was an absolute performance beast. 0-60 mph was over in a scant 4.6 seconds and quarter mile time was a very rapid 13.2 seconds.

Where was the 2000 Ford Mustang GT last serviced?

Last serviced at 111,057 miles in Medina, MN on 05/01/18 • Vehicle serviced • Oil and filter changed. No accident or damage reported to CARFAX. Purchased on 01/15/01 and owned in FL until 06/02/21.

What was the most popular music in 2000?

If you entered 2000 thinking that the year would bring a totally different sound befitting the turn of a new millennium… well, you were mostly right.