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We Are The World

Academy Award-winning writer-director Paul Haggis (Crash, Million Dollar Baby), whose own personal efforts as well as those of Artists for Peace and Justice have already saved countless lives in Haiti, filmed the private recording session to create the accompanying video and behind-the-scenes production, and serves as Film Director and as an Executive Producer with Jones, Richie, Jean, Phillips and Tortorici.
The 25th Anniversary recording features over 80 artists and performers. The recording of We Are The World 25 For Haiti embodied the same enthusiasm, sense of purpose and generosity as the original recording 25 years ago. Every one of the artists who participated, regardless of genre or generation, walked into the room with their hearts and souls completely open to coming together to help the people of Haiti.

Artist who took part

Justin Bieber Nicole Scherzinger Jennifer Hudson Jennifer Nettles Josh Groban Tony Bennett Mary J. Blige Michael Jackson (stock material only) Janet Jackson Barbra Streisand Miley Cyrus Enrique Iglesias Jamie Foxx Wyclef Jean Adam Levine P!nk BeBe Winans Usher Orianthi (on guitar) Fergie Nick Jonas Toni Braxton Mary Mary Isaac Slade Lil Wayne Carlos Santana (solo with a guitar) Akon T-Pain LL Cool J Will.i.am Snoop Dogg Busta Rhymes Swizz Beatz Iyaz Kanye West Patti Austin Bizzy Bone Ethan Bortnick Jeff Bridges Zac Brown Brandy Kristian Bush Natalie Cole Harry Connick Jr. Hayden Panettiere Kid Cudi Faith Evans Melanie Fiona Sean Garrett Tyrese Gibson Anthony Hamilton Keri Hilson Julianne Hough India.Arie Randy Jackson Taj Jackson Taryll Jackson TJ Jackson Jordin Sparks  Al Jardine Jimmy Jean-Louis Joe Jonas Kevin Jonas Gladys Knight Benji Madden Joel Madden Katharine McPhee  Jason Mraz Mýa Freda Payne A. R. Rahman Raphael Saadiq Trey Songz Musiq Soulchild Jordin Sparks Robin Thicke Alex Williams Rob Thomas Vince Vaughn Ann Wilson Brian Wilson Nancy Wilson

Text World to 50555 to donate $10 or go to world25.org  You can also donate by downloading the song on itunes.


Carrie Underwood -Temporary Home (Video)

Grammy Red Carpet

Lady GaGa On The Grammy Red Carpet

Images from Concrete Loop

Hope For Haiti Proformaces

This telethon was truly touching. I have not a dime to give since i have donated all of my money earlier this week. But i saw the generosity of mankind come through for the Haitian People. These people have lost everything bit they still have God in their hearts. So may we bless them with hope of a better tomorrow.

To Donate

1-877-99-HAITI or http://www.hopeforhaitinow.org

The Best 200 Songs Of The 2000’s Decade

1. Alicia Keys -Fallin

2. Beyonce feat Jay z Crazy In Love

3. Outkast -Hey Ya

4. Gnarls Barkley –Crazy

5. Eminem Just Lose It

6. Mariah Carey We Belong Together

7. Jay Z -99 Problems

8. M.I.A -Paper Planes

9. Green Day Boulevard Of Broken Dreams

10. Rihanna feat Jay Z Umbrella

11. 50 Cent -In The Club

12. ColdPlay -Clocks

13. Kanye West Feat. Jamie Foxx -Gold Digger

14. Britney Spears -Toxic

15. Plain White Tees -Hey There Delilah

16. Nelly -Ride With Me

17. Kelly Clarkson -Since You Been Gone

18. Usher -Yeah

19. Missy Elloitt -Get Ur Freak On

20. Justin Timberlake -Cry Me A River

21. Aaliyah Feat Timbaland -Try Aagin

22. Evanescence -My Immortal

23. Jonny Cash -Hurt’

24. White Stripes – Seven Nation Army

25. Britney Spears Slave 4 U

26. Beyonce -Irreplaceable

27. One Republic -Apologize

28. Christina Aguilera -Beautiful

29. Rich Boy —Throw Some D’s

30. Amerie -1 Thing

31. Fergie -Glamorus Life

32. IIO -Rapture

33. Kylie Minogue -Can’t Get You Out Of My Head

34. The Game Feat 50 Cent -Love it Or Hate It

35. Imogen Heap -Hide & Seek

36. The Dixie Chicks -Not Ready To Make Nice

37. Camillionaire -Riding Dirty

38. The Fray -Out Of My (Head Cable Car)

39. Snow Patrol –Run

40. Lil Wayne -Lollipop

41. Mya. Pink,Christina Aguilera, Lil Kim And Missy Elloitt –Lady Marmalade

42. T.I –What Ever You Like

43. John Legend -Ordinary People

44. Daniel Powder –Bad Day

45. Mariah Carey -Shake It Off

46. Black Eyed Peas -My Humps

47. Twista Feat Kanye West & Jamie Foxx -Slow Jamz

48. Jay Z -Izzo (H.O.V.A)

49. Eminem -The Real Slim Shady

50. Gwen Stefani -Hollaback Girl

51. Drops Of Jupiter -Train

52. Justin Timberlake Feat T.I -My Love

53. Robin Thicke -Lost Withou You

54. Staind It’s Been A While

55. Destiny’s Child –Lose My Breath

56. Jason Maraz -I’m Yours

57. Mario -Let Me Love You

58. Alicia Keys I-f I Aint Got You

59. Shakira Feat Wycelf Sean- Hips Don’t Lie

60. Ludacris -What’s Your Fantasy

61. Enrique Inglesis -Hero

62. Nickelback -How You Remind Me

63. Crazytown -Butterfly

64. Dirty Vegas –Days Go By

65. Kanye West -Stronger

66. The Killers -Somebody Told Me

67. Terror Squad -Lean Back

68. Eminem -Stan

69. Norah Jones -Don’t Know Why

70. Macy Gray -I Try

71. Los Lonley Boys -Heaven

72. Eve Feat Gwen Stefani -Blow Ya Mind

73. Ciara -Promise

74. Daughtry It’s Not Over

75. Coldplay -Yellow

76. Chris Brown -Forever

77. John Mayer -Your Body Is A Wonderland

78. Damien Marley Welcome to Jamrock

79. Lady Gaga -Poker Face

80. U2 Vertigo

81. R. Kelly Ignition

82. Pink Get -The Party Started

83. Beyonce -Me Myself & I

84. Madonna -Hung Up

85. Creed -Wide Open

86. Luther Vandross -Dance With My Father

87. Tweet -Oops Oh My

88. Aaliyah Feat Timbaland -We Need A Resolution

89. T.I -Bring Em Out

90. UGK -International Players Antherm

91. Young Jezzy -Put On

92. Rihanna -S.O.S

93. Jet -Cold Hard Bitch

94. Carrie -Underwood Before He Cheats

95. Kelis -Milkshake

96. Outkast -Ms. Jackson

97. Black Eyed Peas -Lets Get It Started

98. Destiny’s Child -Independent Women Part 1

99. Beyonce -Single Ladies

100. Vanessa Carlton -A Thousand Miles

This is a list of the best 200 songs of this decade staring from (2000-2009). It contains music from all genres Pop, Rock R&B, Hip Hop, Reggae, Country and Jazz. Timbaland and Beyonce both have the most songs on the list with seven each  Jay Z second with 5. All the songs on the list had to be singles to qualify. Alicia Keys Fallin is number one the reason is because it’s a song that really set the tone for the decade that talent was what people wanted. It was very well composed and sung. It also launched the career of this decade most influential artist, Alicia herself . Crazy in love is number two the song is just banging and gave us a stark introduction. to Beyonce. This decade is not as good as the 90’s (to me) but overall had some pretty good music.

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Rhapsody’s Top 100 Tracks of the 2000 Decade

100. Estelle, “American Boy”
99. The Streets, “Fit but You Know It”
98. Black Eyed Peas, “Boom Boom Pow”
97. Shakira, “Hips Don’t Lie”
96. The Rapture, “House of Jealous Lovers”
95. Linkin Park, “Numb”
94. Pink, “Don’t Let Me Get Me”
93. U2, “Beautiful Day”
92. Toby Keith, “Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue (The Angry American)”
91. The Raconteurs, “Steady as She Goes”
90. D’Angelo, “Untitled (How Does It Feel)”
89. Lil Mama, “Lip Gloss”
88. Sara Bareilles, “Love Song”
87. Band of Horses, “Funeral”
86. Flaming Lips, “Do You Realize??”
85. James Blunt, “You’re Beautiful”
84. Talib Kweli, “Get By”
83. Taylor Swift, “Love Story”
82. The Swell Season, “Falling Slowly”
81. Mike Jones, “Still Tippin'”
80. Miranda Lambert, “Kerosene”
79. Damien Marley, “Welcome to Jamrock”
78. Basement Jaxx, “Where’s Your Head At”
. Carrie Underwood, “Before He Cheats”
76. Kid Rock, “All Summer Long”
75. Three 6 Mafia, “Stay Fly”
74. 50 Cent, “In Da Club”
73. Switchfoot, “Dare You to Move”
72. Christina Aguilera, “Beautiful”
71. Fallout Boy, “Thnks Fr Th Mmrs”
70. Daddy Yankee, “Gasolina”
69. Gwen Stefani, “Hollaback Girl”
68. Death Cab for Cutie, “I Will Follow You into the Dark”
67. Dropkick Murphys, “I’m Shipping Up to Boston”
66. Panjabi MC feat. Jay-Z, “Beware of the Boys (Mundian To Bach Ke)”
65. Clipse, “Grindin'”
64. Justice, “D.A.N.C.E”
63. Lil Jon & the East Side Boyz, “Get Low”
62. Lily Allen, “Smile”
61. Queens of the Stone Age, “No One Knows”
60. Vampire Weekend, “A-Punk”
59. Nas, “Made You Look”
58. Snow Patrol, “Chasing Cars”
57. Soggy Bottom Boys, “I Am a Man of Constant Sorrow”
56. The Fray, “How to Save a Life”
55. Nickelback, “Photograph”
54. José González, “Heartbeats”
53. Muse, “Knights of Cydonia”
52. Madonna, “Music”
51. The Postal Service, “Such Great Heights”
50. The Strokes, “Last Night”
49. Merle Haggard, “Wishing All These Old Things Were”
48. TV on the Radio, “Staring at the Sun”
47. Snoop Dogg, “Drop It Like It’s Hot”
46. Jimmy Eat World, “The Middle”
45. Amerie, “1 Thing”
44. Lil Wayne, “A Milli”
43. Alicia Keys, “Fallin'”
42. Norah Jones, “Don’t Know Why”
41. Spoon, “The Way We Get By”
40. Scissor Sisters, “Take Your Mama”
39. Animal Collective, “My Girls”
38. Johnny Cash, “Hurt”
37. The Killers, “All These Things That I’ve Done”
36. Usher, “Yeah”
35. Radiohead, “Idioteque”
34. Big & Rich, “Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy)”
33. Lady GaGa, “Poker Face”
32. MGMT, “Kids”
31. Eminem, “The Real Slim Shady”
30. Rihanna, “Umbrella”
29. Lupe Fiasco, “Superstar”
28. Daft Punk, “One More Time”
27. Kelis, “Milkshake”
26. System of a Down, “Chop Suey!”
25. Kylie Minogue, “Can’t Get You Out of My Head”
24. Gorillaz, “Feel Good Inc.”
23. Feist, “1234”
22. T.I., “What You Know”
21. Peter, Bjorn and John, “Young Folks”
20. Franz Ferdinand, “Take Me Out”
19. Britney Spears, “Toxic”
18. Justin Timberlake, “Cry Me a River”
17. Coldplay, “Fix You”
16. Yeah Yeah Yeahs, “Maps”
15. Kelly Clarkson, “Since U Been Gone”
14. Jay-Z, “Izzo (H.O.V.A.)”
13. Green Day, “American Idiot”
12. Amy Winehouse, “Rehab”
11. Kanye West, “Jesus Walks”
10. The Shins, “New Slang”
9. LCD Soundsystem, “All My Friends”
8. R Kelly, “Ignition (Remix)”
7. Modest Mouse, “Float On”
6. Beyonce, “Crazy in Love”
5. Missy Elliott, “Get Ur Freak On”
4. Gnarls Barkley, “Crazy”
3. M.I.A., “Paper Planes”
2. Outkast, “B.O.B.”
1. White Stripes, “Seven Nation Army”

The Best 100 Albums Of The 2000’S

1. Fiona Apple -Extraordinary Machine

2. Beyonce’ -Dangerously in love

3. Eminem -The Marshall Mathers Lp

4. Kanye West -Graduation

5. Jay Z -The Blueprint

6. Green Day -American Idiot

7. Outkast -SpeakerBox/The Love Below

8. Danger Mouse -The Grey Album

9. Alicia Keys- Songs In A Minor

10. Gwen Stefani –Love Angel Music baby

11. M.I.A –Kala

12. Jay Z -The Black Album

13. Amy Winehouse -Black to Black

14. Mariah Carey -The Emancipation of Mimi

15. Usher -Confessions

16. Dr. Dre The Cronic 2000

17. Brandy –Aphrodisiac

18. Madonna –Music

19. Arcade Fire -Funeral

20. Britney Spears -Blackout

21. Missy Elloit Miss E So Addicted

22. Aaliyah -Aaliyah

23. Kelis -Tasty

24. Lupe Fiasco -Food & Liquor

25. T.I -Urban Legand

26. Johnny Cash -American IV: The Man Comes Around

27. Coldplay -A Rush Of Bllod To The Head

28. Lil Wayne -The Carter II

29. Radio Head -Rainbows

30. Kanye West Late Registration

31. John Mayer -Continuum

32. No Doubt -Rock Steady

33. Linkin Park- Hybrid Theory

34. The Killerz -Hot Fuzz

35. Justin Timberlake -Futuresexlovesounds

36. Kylie Minogue –Fever

37. Christina Aguilera -Striped

38. IIO -Poetica

39. M.I.A -Arular

40. John Legend -Get Lifted

41. Music Soulchild -juslisen

42. Regina Spector -Begin To Hope

43. Amerie -All I Have

44. Evanescence -Fallen

45. Kelly Clarkson -Breakaway

46. T.I -King

47. Jill Scoot -Who Is Jill Scoot Words And Sounds Vol.1

48. Britney Spears -In The Zone

49. Maxwell -Now

50. Black Eyed Peas –Monkey Business

Here’s the list of the best albums of this decade. More than half are my personal favs and the others are based of critical and fan acclaim. Fiona Apple Extraordinary Machine Is Number One. It’s an album that had a huge impact on my life . If you have not herd it i strongly suggest you do.  Also notable, Rappers T.I., Kanye West and Jay-Z all tied with 3 most albums on the list by one artist .

After the jump is the full List. Let me know on what you think.