Let's face it: When it comes to music, nothing comes close to the classics that came straight out of the 2000's.
It was a glorious time for everyone. There were those sweet, sweet sounds from Vanessa Carlton's 'A Thousand Miles', those euphoric feels from Evanescence and US rapper Bubbersparxxx's 'Ms New Booty'. But have you ever wondered how they'd sound together?
Now you can find out.
Enter '2007 Forever,' a website that lets you create your own mashups of your favourite 2000's hits. And no actual mashup skills are required.
Launched in February, the site offers a selection of 20 hip-hop and 20 pop-punk hits pulled straight from the 2000's for you to drag and drop at your own leisure.
We don't know much about its mysterious creator -- only this interview with The Ringer. Race Archibold is his name, a 23-year-old data analyst hailing from New York. He's been making mashups since college, and went on to create the site after this one went bonkers in 2015:
According to The Ringer, all of the tracks are manually pre-mixed using a set template.
So whilst there's no magic (nor skill) to this, there's certainly an element of discovery. Your enjoyment slash nostalgia levels will skyrocket -- and amid the doozies, you may just hit a sonic treasure.
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