92% of people can't guess these 50 famous music videos from the 2000s. Can you?

By: Craig
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In 2006, TRL (Total Request Live) ended, but before it did, we got to see some of the best chart-topping music videos of all time. Britney Spears, Outkast, Justin Timberlake, and Mariah Carey are just a few artists who put out iconic music videos during the 2000s. But 92% of people can't guess these 50 music videos by looking at a single image. Can you?

"Best I Ever Had" comes from Canadian rapper Drake's first release, an EP called "So Far Gone." This single received two Grammy Award nominations.

The third single from her second album, "Oops I Did It Again," "Stronger" achieved gold status in the U.S., selling over 500,000 copies.

This song comes from the TV series, "Flight of the Concords," featured in the episode, "Unnatural Love." It was nominated for a Creative Arts Emmy in 2009.

Produced by 'Lil John, "Tell Me Where To Go" was the first single released from E-40's debut album, "My Ghetto Report Card." The car reached 35 on Billboard charts.

The video for "Girls Kiss Girls" by Pittsburgh Slim featured Penthouse model, Krista Ayne. It became so popular on YouTube that various radio stations around the United States started to play it. This lead to a record deal with Def Jam.

This song, from the Britney Spears album "Britney Jean," was co-written by Spears and Will-I-Am, plus a host of other contributors. It reached number 12 on the U.S. charts.

After putting out the original single in 2005, five remixes of "Touch It" were released soon after. They featured a host of rappers with the main remix, including Mary J. Blige, Rah Digga, Missy Elliot, Lloyd Banks, Papoose, and DMX.

Elephant Man is a dancehall artist from Jamaica. He career has been filled with controversy, due to his homophobic lyrics.

"Milkshake" was the lead single off "Tasty," the third studio album from singer Kelis. It was produced by The Neptunes.

"Who's Gonna Save My Soul" is the final single from the Gnarls Barkley album, "The Odd Couple." The video for the single received a Grammy nomination for Best Short Form Music Video.

The Gorillaz are a virtual band, formed by Damon Albarn (of Blur fame) and artist Jamie Hewlett. They have a Guinness Book of Records entry as the world's most successful virtual artist.

Released towards the end of 2008, "Turn My Swag On" was Soulja Boy's third song to achieve over 1 million downloads. It reached number 19 on the U.S charts and topped the rap charts in the country.

"Don't Let Me Be the Last To Know" is the fifth and final single from Britney Spears second album, "Oops, I Did It Again," released in 2000. It was co-written with Shania Twain and Keith Scott.

As with many hip-hop tracks in the 2000s, "Southern Hospitality" was produced for Ludacris by the Neptunes. The video for the single features appearances by Scarface, 'Lil John and Too Short.

A rap opera, "Trapped In The Closet" has 33 chapters released by R. Kelly from between 2005 and 2012. The first five chapters were included on his album "TP.3 Reloaded."

The video for this song, taken from the studio album + (or cross as it is known) is very controversial. It shows public riots in Paris, France, mostly carried out by teenagers.

The video for "Fell in Love with a Girl," the second single from the White Stripes "White Blood Cells" album released in 2001 is nothing short of a masterpiece. It was directed by Michel Gondry with scenes of the band painstakingly created with LEGO blocks. It won three MTV Music Awards in 2002.

"99 Problems" is the third single from rapper Jay Z's critically acclaimed "Black Album." It won a Grammy for Best Rap Solo Performance in 2005.

Daft Punk and anime artist Leiji Matsumoto collaborated in 2003, with the French duo contributing their music from the album "Discovery" to become the soundtrack and inspiration for the movie "Interstella 5555."

"Bombs over Baghdad," or "B.O.B.," was the first single from Outkast's fourth studio album, "Stankonia." It wasn't a massive success for the band commercially, although many critics loved it and included it in their "best of" lists for the year.

"Single Ladies," the second single from Beyonce's 2008 album, "I am... Sasha Fierce" won three Grammy Awards, including the prestigious Song Of The Year title. It sold a staggering 6.1 million copies.

Topping the U.S. charts for three weeks in a row, "Drop It Like It's Hot" was a massive hit in 2004 for rapper Snoop Dogg and Pharrell. It was so popular in fact that in 2009, Billboard magazine named it the best rap song of the decade.

"Work It" was the first single from Missy Elliot's acclaimed 2002 album, "Under Construction." It was produced by Timbaland and reached number 2 on the U.S. charts.

"Sensual Seduction" is the title of the radio friendly and heavily censored version of the Snoop Dogg single, "Sensual Eruption," the first single from the album, "Ego Trippin'." The video featured Snoop in a range of '70s and '80s retro outfits.

Although this song was found on Britney Spears' third album, "Boys," it also appeared on the soundtrack to the Mike Myers film, "Austin Powers in Goldmember."

"Forgot About Dre" is the second single from Dr. Dre's album, "2001." It featured Eminem, who at that point was the most spoken-about rapper in the world. The MTV Award for Best Rap Video in 2000 was awarded to the video accompanying the single.

With a music video filmed in Rio de Janeiro in Brazil, Snoop Dogg's single, "Beautiful" features Pharrell and was produced by The Neptunes. The song was inspired by Snoop's love for his daughter.

The third single from "The Red Light District," the third album by Ludacris, "Get Back" fared well on the charts, reaching as high as number 13 in the United States. The video for the single was directed by Spike Jonze.

"Karaoke" is a single taken from T-Pain's album, "Three Ringz." It features a guest appearance by DJ Khaled.

Not to be mistaken with the British dance group of the same name, Prodigy released "Mac 10 Handle" from his 2007 album, "Return of the Mac." The album was produced by The Alchemist.

"Oops!... I Did It Again" was a fairly big hit for Britney Spears in 2000. It was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance in 2001.

"Lucky" reached number 1 in many countries around the world, but not in the U.S., where it finished at number 5. It was a huge success for Spears, selling over 225,000 copies.

"The Way I Am" is the second single from 2000's "The Marshall Mathers LP." It is seen as an attack by the rapper on greedy record executives who demanded his new recordings do even better than his hugely successful previous effort, "The Slim Shady LP."

"You Don't Know My Name" was written by Alicia Keys, Kanye West, and Harold Lilly. It reached number 3 on the US charts in 2003.

The video for "The Hardest Button To Button" was directed by Michel Gondry and uses a technique called pixelation animation. This was used to create multiple images of the band which pulse to the beat of the song, with the band members moving to the next image on each pulse.

This song was originally recorded for the soundtrack to the "Pink Panther," a movie Beyonce starred in. It ended up on her album, "Birthday," however. It reached number 1 on the U.S. charts, giving Beyonce her third solo number 1 hit.

2007's "D.A.N.C.E.," released by Justice, was dedicated by the band to Michael Jackson. The video for the single won the Video Of The Year at the MTV European Music Awards.

'Promise' is the lead single taken from Ciara's second album, "Ciara: The Evolution." It reached number 11 on the U.S. charts.

The lead single taken from Mariah Carey's 11th studio album, "Touch My Body," was her 18th number one on the U.S. charts and made her the most successful artist in recording history.

"My Love" gave Justin Timberlake his second consecutive number 1 in the United States. It featured a guest appearance by rapper T.I.

Produced by Timbaland, "Big Pimpin" was the fifth single from his 2000 album, "Vol. 3... Life and Times of S. Carter." It reached number 18 on the U.S. charts.

"House of Cards" is taken from Radiohead's seventh studio album, "In Rainbows." The album was released online, with fans paying what they thought it was worth. The band became the first major act in the world to do this.

This was one of two lead singles from the Outcast double album, "Speakerboxx/The Love Below." It was recorded by Big Boi and released along with "Hey Ya," recorded by Andre 3000. It reached number 1 on the U.S. charts.

"I Am a Slave 4U" is the lead single from Britney Spears' third album, "Britney," released in 2001. Produced by the Neptunes, the album saw a more mature sound from the singer.

The Diplomats, more commonly known as Dipset, released "Dipset Anthem" in 2003 from their debut album, "Diplomatic Immunity."

"Wanksta" was included on the soundtrack for the film "8 Mile." It originally appeared on 50 Cent's mixtape, "No Mercy, No Fear." It reached number 13 on the U.S. single charts.

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