14 Songs You Won’t Believe Are Turning 10 Years Old

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2004 sure was a great year for music, wasn't it? From hits like Usher's "Yeah" (that still gets TONS of play time nowadays) to Britney Spears' iconic "Toxic," there are lots of other tunse that are turning 10 years old in 2014.

So what are some of these other (possibly) forgotten gems? Check them all out below!

1. Outkast – "Roses"

2. Usher – "Yeah"

3. Britney Spears – "Toxic"

4. Kelly Clarkson – "Since U Been Gone"

5. Ashlee Simpson – "Pieces of Me"

6. Kelis – "Milkshake"

7. Maroon 5 – "This Love"

8. Black Eyed Peas – "Let's Get It Started"

9. The Killers – "Mr. Brightside"

10. Gwen Stefani – "Hollaback Girl"

11. JoJo – "Leave (Get Out)"

12. Jessica Simpson – "With You"

13. Destiny's Child – "Lose My Breath"

14. Ryan Cabrera – "On the Way Down"

Which song is your fave? Tell us in the comments!

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4 Responses to "14 Songs You Won’t Believe Are Turning 10 Years Old"

  1. Teen.com
    Calah says:

    I love The Killers Mr. Brightside. I honestly just found this song about 2 months ago but I love it.

  2. Teen.com
    Sarah says:

    This Love was actually released in 2002 on Songs About Jane, the group’s debut album as Maroon 5 (they had prior albums released under the band name Kara’s Flowers). 2004 was just when it was released as a single, so that song, is in fact 12 years old.

  3. Teen.com
    Katie says:

    I like 2004 Adam Levine better than 2014 Adam Levine

  4. Teen.com
    Sammy says:

    Major throwbacks!

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