A bi-weekly podcast celebrating music from the 2000's.
No Doubt - Rock Steady
A real love survives a rock steady vibe. That was the opening line of one of the most legendary albums from the 2000s by ska band No Doubt. When No Doubt released “Rock Steady” they hadn’t had a hit since 1997 with “Don’t Speak” and the pressure was on after their previous release didn’t quite match up to the success of their “Tragic Kingdom” album. And Match Up they did with this one… with four amazing singles, three of which became smash hits, it’s safe to say that No Doubt more than delivered with this dancehall inspired album. Today join us as we dive into the history of the “Rock Steady” album, so just keep on dancing.
Natasha Bedingfield - Unwritten
When thinking about pop music in the 2000’s, there are a few staple tracks that come to mind. Some might say “Oops! I Did It Again”, some may think “In da Club”, but I’m almost certain that majority of people will think of “Unwritten” by Natasha Bedingfield. The song along with the album that it came from, has grown a true legacy over the years. This week, we take a look at the debut album by British singer Natasha Bedingfield. So sit back, relax, open your notebook and take out your pen because the rest is still unwritten….
Craig David - Born To Do It
The UK has been known to give us some of the best musicians of our time, especially for the world of Pop Music. From The Beatles, to the Spice Girls to Adele, the brits have always known a thing or two about good music. In the early-oughts, Britain brought us the genius that is Craig David with his debut album “Born To Do It”. The album that gave us hits such as “Fill Me In”, “7 Days” and “Walking Away” helped bring in a new sound to R&B Music in the new millennium, incorporating 2-step UK Garage into popular R&B American music, something that inspired a whole new generation of artists. Join us this week as we take a look back into the history of this legendary album and the music that it has graced us with. One thing is for sure, after today’s episode, if you didn’t know Craig David you will, after all he was Born To Do It.
Usher - 8701
2001 was one of the best years in music. Britney was a slave 4 us, Janet was giving it all for us, Destiny’s Child were survivors and Mariah Carey was throwing glitter everywhere. But it was Usher who held it down for the men this year, delivering one of his most timeless albums in his discography. After multiple delays due to the changing world of the music industry, 8701 finally came into our lives in August 2001 and brought along with it some timeless tunes. Songs like “U Remind Me” “U Got It Bad” and “U Don’t Have To Call” have been cemented as R&B classics and in today’s episode of Planet 2000’s we dive deep into the history and story of 8701.
Hilary Duff - Metamorphosis
With immensely successful singles, tours and album sales, Hilary Duff solidified herself as a respectable pop star at the tender age of 15 years old. Join us this week as we take a deep dive into the album “Metamorphosis” along with all the stories from the era. So sit back, relax and let the rain fall down, as we dive into “Metamorphosis”.
With Special Guest: Jesse Chambliss (IG & Tik Tok @ChamBreezy).
Paris Hilton - Paris
In this episode, we dive into the history and outcome of Paris Hilton’s pop album, so sit back relax and enjoy this trip to “Paris”
2000s Nostalgia Dahhhling
What a cute podcast. Short but REALLY informative about our fave 2000s pop stars. Consider myself a Gwen stan but I did not know the story behind Cool. Can’t wait for more episodes.
This is awesome!
I loved your first podcast and your second one is just as amazing! Keep them coming, I’m already a top fan 🥰
The first episode was phenomenal!! I’m a huge Britney fan as well and loved every minimal of this episode! I loved how you focused on the positive and shared so much love !! I’ll be a fan of hers forever and listener of yours as long as you’ll have me! Can’t wait for the next episode!!