2001 Pop Music: The Best of the Year

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Looking for a comprehensive guide to the best pop music of 2001? Look no further than this blog post, which features a detailed rundown of the year’s best hits.


In 2001, a wide variety of pop music was popular in the United States. This was the year that the terrorist attacks of September 11th occurred, and many songs released this year reflected the event. Other popular songs this year were upbeat and positive, providing a much-needed escape from the sorrows of the world.

As always, there were many fantastic pop songs released in 2001. It was truly a great year for pop music. Here are some of the best pop songs of 2001.

Best Pop Albums of 2001

The year 2001 was a great year for pop music. We saw the rise of artists like Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, and Justin Timberlake. We also saw the release of some great pop albums. Here are the best pop albums of 2001.

Britney Spears – Britney

1. “Overprotected”
2. “Lonely”
3. “I’m a Slave 4 U”
4. “I Love Rock ‘n’ Roll”
5. “(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction”
6. “Anticipating”
7. “Boys”
8. “I’m Not a Girl, Not Yet a Woman”
9. “Me Against the Music” (featuring Madonna)
10.”To Love Somebody”

NSYNC – Celebrity

NSYNC’s third album, Celebrity, was released in 2001 and it did not disappoint their fans. It debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 chart and sold over 1.8 million copies in its first week, making it the fastest-selling album of all time by a boy band. The album includes the hits “Pop” and “Bye Bye Bye.”

P!nk – Missundaztood

P!nk’s Missundaztood was one of the biggest pop albums of 2001, thanks in part to its catchy lead single, “Get the Party Started.” The album features a mix of pop, rock, and hip-hop influences, and P!nk’s unique voice and style helped it stand out from the pack. Other highlights include “Don’t Let Me Get Me,” “Just Like a Pill,” and “Family Portrait.”

Best Pop Songs of 2001

The early 2000’s were a great time for pop music. There were so many catchy, upbeat songs that it was hard to keep up. From Britney Spears to Christina Aguilera, there were plenty of talented artists making great music. So, what were the best pop songs of 2001? Let’s take a look.

Britney Spears – “Overprotected”

Britney Spears’s “Overprotected” was one of the best pop songs of 2001. The song was released as the lead single from Britney’s third studio album, Britney, and it peaked at #2 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. “Overprotected” was a commercial success, selling over one million copies in the United States. The music video for “Overprotected” was also popular, and it won the MTV Video Music Award for Best Pop Video.

NSYNC – “Pop”

NSYNC’s “Pop” was one of the best pop songs of 2001. The boys were in their prime and this song showcased their vocal abilities perfectly. The song is catchy, fun, and easy to sing along to, making it the perfect pop song.

P!nk – “Get the Party Started”

P!nk’s “Get the Party Started” is one of the best pop songs of 2001. The song was released as the lead single from her debut album, Can’t Take Me Home. “Get the Party Started” was a commercial success, peaking at number four on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in the United States and becoming Pink’s first top-ten single. The song also peaked at number one in Australia and New Zealand.


It would be impossible to overstate the importance of 2001 in popular music. It was a turning point for the industry, and a watershed year for the art form. This was the year that Napster and other file-sharing services upended the recording industry, and streaming services like Spotify and Apple Music would soon follow. it was also the year that 9/11 happened, and music was one of the things that helped people grapple with that tragedy.

2001 was also a great year for music, plain and simple. It saw the release of some of the most important albums of the last 20 years, by artists like Radiohead, Outkast, Jay-Z, and Missy Elliott. If you want to understand popular music in the 21st century, you need to understand 2001.

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