"Hollaback Girl" Named Song That Changed The Radio In The 2000s

Yay! I guess it’s a fact that “Hollaback Girl” was a memorable song of the last decade, but it’s also getting named by a well-respected radio journalist a song that changed the radio in the 2000s. Pretty cool, huh? Thanks so much to Chris for sending into us, originally found on radio-info.com. Also, OC Register is naming is a radio shaping song as well. Congratulations, Gwen!

“Hollaback Girl” – Gwen Stefani

(2005)

Can this generation’s “Mickey” be a record of lasting cosmic significance? Hey, even critically beloved bands are plundering the MTV ‘80s today. Somehow both a genre-bending moment and a triumph for pure pop. It was also the record that convinced Nelly Furtado and Avril Lavigne to change courses as well, and make things truly less complicated.

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