They came, they conquered and we never heard from them again. After reaching the Billboard Hot 100’s Top 10 with their very first single, here are the biggest one hit wonders of the decade.
All of New York was singing along to Mims “This Is Why I’m Hot,” when the song peaked at No. 1 in 2007.
“Pop, Lock and Drop It,” had all the ingredients to be a hit, a simple hook and a dance that everyone could do. Huey’s only single lasted 23 weeks on the Billboard charts in 2007.
Atlanta’s D4L hit a sweet spot with “Laffy Taffy” in January 2006, when the song peaked at No. 1.
Although most one hit wonders consist of club hits and dance songs, once in awhile you’ll hear a really meaningful song that became a hit for a reason.
Jibbs made nursery rhymes are very catchy with this hit single “Chain Hang Low.” Chain Hang Low peaked at #7 on the Hot 100 chart.
R&B singer Nivea scored a hit with a revised twist on the “relationship” narrative with her only hit “Don’t Mess with My Man.” This girl anthem peaked at #8 on the Hot 100 chart on December 2002.
Even though this song came out 17 years ago, we will run to the dance floor with Lumidee’s “Never Leave You” hit. This jam peaked at #3 on the Hot 100 chart in 2003.
Kevin Lyttle’s dance hit “Turn Me On” was an international smash hit. The singer has yet to send another song to the Hot 100, but this song still remains a hit!
Twin duo, Nina Sky had everyone movin’ their bodies during the summer of 2004. The popular reggae influenced song lasted 26 weeks on the Hot 100 list.
Even though Young Dro does a ton of features, he only had one hit featuring T.I back in 2006.