Let's take a trip down memory lane! In these series of articles I will highlight some throwback songs.

You can find the songs featured in this article in this playlist: https://open.spotify.com/user/1174038376/playlist/0iUrVgvjzOhAubdKYW8l0Z?si=2ZsouyUdTlqYffEOrW1MNA

Am I Wrong - Nico & Vinz

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Inspiration is coming from a small country, but having huge dreams and people telling you, man, that's not realistic, come on, you can't be on the top of America or the top of the world or whatever we dream of. - Nico Sereba

The Norwegian music duo released Am I Wrong on 12 April 2013. After topping the charts in Scandinavian countries, their song also rose on charts internationally reaching number 1 Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom.

Bumpy Ride - Mohombi

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Popped-up dancehall affair wherein Mohombi promises to 'rock' the female subject of his affections 'like a rodeo'. - Paul Lester

Mohombi is a Swedish-Congolese singer, songwriter and dancer, who grew up in Kista, Sweden. Bumpy Ride was his debut single. It was released in the United States on 24 August 2010 and reached number 1 in The Netherlands and France.

Cool Kids - Echosmith

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This cry to be like the cool kids… it's something that everyone kind of goes through whether you want to act like it or not... - Jamie Sierota

Cool Kids is the debut single by American band Echosmith. As of December 2014, the song has sold over 1.1 million copies in the United States. The song describes a boy and a girl who both desire to be noticed.

Fancy - Iggy Azalea ft. Charli XCX

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Not since Fergie's "Glamorous" has there been such a spectacularly sass-filled ode to the glam life," praising their chemistry, calling it "a match made in heaven that we never would've expected. - Brad Stern

Fancy is a song by the Australian rapper Iggy Azalea. The chorus is sang by British sing and songwriter Charli XCX. The song was both Iggy Azalea's and Charli XCX's first number one song. The visuals in the music video are inspired by the 1995 American coming-of-age comedy film Clueless,