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old bops

1. ride wit me - nelly
2. yeah! - usher
3. in da club - 50 cent
4. buy u a drank - t-pain
5. i wanna love you - akon
6. let me love you - mario
7. my boo - usher
8. temperature - sean paul
9. i’m n luv wit a stripper - t-pain
10. suga suga - baby bash
11. ms. jackson -outkast
12. what’s luv? - fat joe and ashanti
13. one, two step - ciara and missy elliot
14. goodies - ciara
15. miss. independent - ne-yo
16. get ur freak on - missy elliott
17. work it - missy elliot
18. gossip folks - missy elliot
19. love don’t cost a thing - jennifer lopez
20. this is how we do it - montell jordan
21. promiscuous - nelly furtado
22. say my name - destiny’s child
23. survivor - destiny’s child
24. sk8er boi - avril lavigne
25. tie me down - new boyz
26. lonely - akon
27. changes - 2pac
28. i’ll be missing you - diddy and faith evans
29. i miss you - blink 182
30. me & u - cassie
31. butterfly - crazy town
32. it wasn’t me - shaggy
33. leavin - jesse mccartney
34. shake it - metro station
35. fall for you - secondhand serenade
36. mr. brightside - the killers
37. thnks fr th mmrs - fall out boy
38. shut up and drive - rihanna
39. halo - beyoncé
40. i write sins, not tragedies - panic! at the disco
41. you da one - rihanna
42. countdown - beyoncé
43. beautiful soul - jesse mccartney
44. no air - jordin sparks
45. i want it that way - backstreet boys
46. snow (hey oh) - red hot chili peppers
47. it was a good day - ice cube
48. killing me softly with his song - fugees
49. miami - will smith
50. complicated - avril lavigne
51. juicy - biggie
52. whenever, wherever - shakira
53. rich girl - gwen stefani
54. as long as you love me - backstreet boys
55. stacy’s mom - fountains of wayne
56. ghetto gospel - 2pac
57. so yesterday - hillary duff
58. somebody told me - the killers
59. when you were young - the killers
60. getting jiggy wit it - will smith
61. gangsta’s paradise - coolio
62. wonderwall - oasis
63. i get around - 2pac
64. p.y.t - michael jackson
65. too little too late - jojo
66. come clean - hillary duff

Today in Black History for February 21st
  1. 1992 - Eva Jessye choral director for the first Broadway production of Porgy and Bess died in Ann Arbor, Michigan Feb. 21, 1992.

  2. 1987 - Black Rebellion in Tampa, Florida
    African Americans in Tampa, Florida rebelled after an African American man was killed by a white police officer while in custody.

  3. 1965 - Malcolm X (39) assassinated in Audubon Ballroom at a rally of his organization. Three Blacks were later convicted of the crime and sentenced to life imprisonment.

  4. 1961 - Otis Boykin patents the Electrical Resistor
    Otis Boykin, Inventor, patented the Electrical Resistor. U.S. 2,972,726 He is responsible for inventing the electrical device used in all guided missiles and IBM computers, plus 26 other electronic devices including a control unit for an artificial heart stimulator (pacemaker). He began his career as a laboratory assistant testing automatic controls for aircraft. One of Boykin’s first achievements was a type of resistor used in computers, radios, television sets, and a variety of electronic devices. Some of his other inventions included a variable resistor used in guided missiles, small component thick-film resistors for computers. The innovations in resistor design reduced the cost of producing electronic controls for radio and television, for both military and commercial applications. Other inventions by Otis Boykin also included a burglarproof cash register and chemical air filter.

  5. 1940 - John Lewis, founder and chairman of SNCC, born

  6. 1936 - Barbara Jordan born
    2/21/1936: On this day Barbara Jordan, who will be the first African American woman elected to the House of Representatives, is born

  7. 1933 - Nina Simone born
    Nina Simone (Eunice Waymon), 66, singer (“I Love You Porgy,” “Trouble in Mind”) born Tryon, NC, Feb 21, 1933.

  8. 1917 - Thelonious Monk, jazz great born
    Thelonious Sphere Monk (1917–82) Jazz musician; born in Rocky Mount, N.C. He was raised in New York

  9. 1895 - North Carolina Legislature adjourns
    North Carolina Legislature, dominated by Black Republicans and white Populists, adjourned for the day to mark the death of Frederick Douglass.