Celebrate National ‘One Hit Wonder Day’ with Top 10 Favorites [VIDEOS]
In honor of National One-Hit Wonder Day, we present to you 10 infamous break through hits that define some artists’ entire careers. We want to know which ones you love, and which ones you hate. From the canine-crazed Baha Men to the legendary White rapper Vanilla Ice, who do you think had the ultimate one-hit wonder?
Without further adieu:
“Blue” by Eiffel 65 (2000)
Even though no one ever knew the real words or purpose of this song, at least everyone knew it.
“Who Let the Dogs Out?” by Baha Men (2000)
Who, who, who, who, who thinks this is the best one-hit wonder of the bunch?
“I’m Too Sexy” by Right Said Fred (1991)
Is this confidence-boosting anthem your top pick from the list? Or is it just a bit too sexy for your vote?
“Bad Day” by Daniel Powter (2005)
This song definitely had a few good days on the tops of Billboard charts, but Powter wasn’t heard from again until “American Idol“ made this the contestant rejection theme song.
“Macarena” by Los Del Rio (1996)
It’s the ultimate party playlist jam, yet I bet you had no clue who even sings this song.
“Ice Ice Baby” by Vanilla Ice (1990)
What do you think–is Ice hot or not?
“Baby Got Back” by Sir Mix-A-Lot (1992)
Is this song a “wonder” and you cannot lie? Or is it a “blunder” that you can deny?
“Mambo No. 5 (A Little Bit Of…)” by Lou Bega(1999)
Would you want to be his “Mambo No. 5?”
“You’re Beautiful” by James Blunt (2005)
Does his “beautiful” compliment impress you?
“Thong Song” by Sisqo (2000)
The only song about underwear that was catchy.
Give us your opinions in the comments below!