2000s Music Trivia #2

Answer these questions about music from the years 2000-2009.
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Last updated: July 6, 2017
First submittedFebruary 2, 2015
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Who said "no, no, no" to rehab?
Amy Winehouse
Whose fans were "little monsters"?
Lady Gaga
What band from Montreal released "Neon Bible"?
Arcade Fire
What popular rapper was named after a U.S. state?
Flo Rida
What kind of idiot did Green Day not want to be?
American Idiot
What R&B singer is to blame for making Justin Bieber famous?
What was the last name of brothers Nick, Joe, and Kevin?
What country group outraged many by criticizing George W. Bush?
The Dixie Chicks
Who was the lead singer of Coldplay?
Chris Martin
Whose hips didn't lie?
What popular singer came from Barbados?
What virtual band, created by Damon Albarn, had a hit with "Feel Good Inc."?
What 19 year old British singer released an album entitled "19"?
What genre of Jamaican dance music became popular in London?
Who partnered with Alicia Keys on the song "Empire State of Mind"?
What band released "In Rainbows" as a pay-what-you-want download?
What MTV reality show starred a drug-addled hard rocker and his family?
The Osbournes
What singer was added to "The Black Eyed Peas" in 2002?
What Canadian rapper starred in "Degrassi: The Next Generation"?
In what language was the "Numa Numa" song sung?
Level 77
Jun 23, 2015
In true JetPunk style I would like this opportunity to nitpick XD "In what language was the "Numa Numa" song sung in?" seems redundant. Too many in's I think.
Level 48
Jun 26, 2015
The 'Numa Numa' song is actually called Dragostea Din Tei - just as an aside. I realise it's more famous as a viral video than as the original song!
Level 81
May 31, 2018
My first solo trip overseas was the summer of 2004. I went to Europe and spent most of my time in Poland and Romania. Dragostea din Tea will always remind me of that trip. It was inescapable that year. I didn't think it would catch on in the US. A few months later I started hearing it in Virginia, too.
Level 72
Oct 8, 2018
My most memorable European trip weird earworm tune was "The Rigga-Digga-Ding-Dong Song", which inexplicably got nearly as much air play as Cher's "Believe" in the summer 1999 in southern Croatia. The video is equally peculiar, if you want to amuse/torture yourself.
Level 64
Oct 15, 2019
I had no idea what they meant by "Numa Numa" song. Now it makes sense. Of course I know Dragostea Din Tei...
Level 60
Feb 7, 2017
For one who was a teenager in the 60s, 15/20 ain't bad.
Level 65
May 31, 2018
Dubstep isn't a Jamaican music genre--it originates in the UK, but evolved from dub and reggae (which is a Jamaican music genre)...
Level 46
May 31, 2018
French Montana?
Level 58
May 31, 2018
Yeah I tried that too. To be fair though he didn't really have any commercial success in the 2000s, so wasn't surprised he wasn't accepted.
Level 79
May 31, 2018
Typed in Ozzy, Osbourne and Ozzy Osbourne but the answer was actually "The Osbournes"..
Level 81
May 31, 2018
When did Ozzy become an actor?
Level 84
May 31, 2018
I don't think he was acting.
Level 82
May 31, 2018
Oh man, Dragostea Din Tei (aka "Numa Numa"). That really takes me back.
Level 52
Jun 1, 2018
Haha, for the Osbournes question I could only think of Gene Simmon's Family Jewels, but I don't know if he was drug addled or not.
Level 60
Jun 2, 2018
Gene Simmons is famously not drug-addled, in fact he claims to have never indulged in drugs or even cigarettes, and claims never even to have been drunk.
Level 57
Jun 1, 2018
Apparently, Adele doesn't have two l's, and Adelle is not an acceptable answer. I learned something new today.
Level 72
Oct 8, 2018
Any reason some of these questions are worded in the past tragic tense? It makes it sound like the Jonas brothers and Lady Gaga are all deceased, that Coldplay broke up, and that Shakira's hips suddenly started lying at some point. (Kudos on the wording of the Justin Nieber question though! Too bad you couldn't have situated HIM squarely in the past tense.)
Level 55
Jan 20, 2019
Kanye West Virginia
Level 69
Mar 22, 2019
I'm here only trying to prove my intellectual superiority by announcing that I have never heard of any of these so called "bands" or "artists".
Level 66
Aug 10, 2020
Adele's album 19 is featured on both this quiz and the 1st 2000s trivia quiz, with basically the same question.

Maybe change the clue for this one or come up with another question

Level 62
Nov 29, 2020
the dixie chicks have changed their name to the chicks
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