My countdown of 2005 starts with my first favorite #1 single on the Billboard chart after Beyonce's Crazy In Love in 2003. I found this song quite catchy and the video for this one is probably one of the best in 2005. It reminded me on the videos from late 80's/early 90's
Highest Position on my chart: 2
Weeks on chart:14
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The final single from "The Diary Of Alicia Keys" is this great tune that is the only one who managed to enter straight to #1 in first week on my chart. After "If I Ain't Got You" the best song from the album. And I dare to say it's her best video! She looks really beautiful in it
This is first entry of them 3 for Gwen on my top 20 of 2005. Gwen is the most successful artist of 2005. as my chart is considered with 5 top 5 hits including this song. "Hollaback Girl" is Gwen's only #1 single on Billboard so far and it's really hilarious track. The production is great, and the video is also pretty cool. It was one of the biggest hits of the summer 2005.
2005. was truly come-back year for Green Day. They ruled every award show in which they appear and took home many award statues for their latest album "American Idiot" which is great. I think this album is the most popular of all their works. "Boulevard Of Broken Dreams" is one of the best rock songs in 2005.
It's Green Day's only entry on my personal top 20 of this year
Black Eyed Peas is my favorite group in branche of hip-hop, and this is their only entry on the chart
Interesting thing about this song is that I actually didn't like it when I heard it for the first time. I thought it's bad. But in the end, I started to like it and i really grew on me.The video was kinda funny.