It's Flashback Friday her on B93 and we love going back! Every Friday we kick off our Flash Back Friday with the Leo and Rebecca Class Reunion. It's usually a YEAR or THEME that we throwback to.

THIS WEEKS PLAYLIST FEATURES SONGS THAT WERE #1 THIS WEEK IN MARCH BACK IN THE DAY!
SAY MY NAME / DESTINY'S CHILD (1999)

Wiki states the following

"Say My Name" was the group's first collaboration with producer-songwriter Rodney Jerkins, who was one out of several people hired to work with Destiny's Child on their second album. When they wrote the song, however, the lead singer Beyoncé Knowles was initially displeased with the track they were working on. She commented that there was "too much stuff" on the track and it sounded like a "jungle".[4] During the photo shoot for the album, Beyoncé's father-manager Mathew Knowles went to the studio informing her that Jerkins reworked on the track she "hated". He told her to "just have to take a listen to it". When the new mix was played to the group, they liked it.

USHER / YEAH (2004)

Wiki states the following

"Yeah!" is a song by American singer Usher. The song is co-written by Sean Garrett, Patrick J. Que Smith, Robert McDowell, LRoc, Ludacris, and Lil Jon, with the latter two as the featured artists for the song, and with Lil Jon also producing the song as well as incorporating crunk and R&B—which he coined as crunk&B—in the song's production. The song was released as the lead single from Usher's fourth studio album Confessions (2004) on January 27, 2004, after Usher was told by Arista Records, his label at the time, to record more tracks for the album

Ain't It Funny / Jennifer Lopez (2001)

Wiki states the following...

While watching a rough cut of The Wedding Planner (2001) in Canada, Jennifer Lopez and Cory Rooney brainstormed ideas for its accompanying soundtrack. The two "pulled different thoughts and feelings" from the film's scenes.[4] The scene where Lopez's character is in the backseat of a car listening to Matthew McConaughey and Bridgette Wilson's characters talk about the wedding made Rooney think of the line "ain't it funny how some feelings you just can't deny and you can't move on even though you try".[4] According to Rooney, "all those words and melodies just started coming" to him while watching the scene.[4] After he conceived the idea for "Ain't It Funny", Rooney returned to his home and "roughed out the track" and composed the song's chorus. He then worked with Lopez for an hour to complete the song.[4] Tommy Mottola was so enthusiastic about the song that he contributed to its melody.[5] Adam Shankman, however, felt that "Ain't It Funny" had too much of a Latin influence for the film, due to its usage of timbales. Lopez disagreed with Shankman and the two later agreed to use "Love Don't Cost a Thing" in the film.

In Da Club / 50 Cent (2003)

So Sick / Neyo (2006)

Right ROund / Florida (1994)

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