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Todrick Hall Releases An Epic Mash-Up Of 2000s Music And We're Ready To Get The Party Started

Featuring Kanye West, Vanessa Carlton, Taylor Swift, and more.

YouTube sensation Todrick Hall is at it again.

Earlier this month, Hall released "4 The 90s," a mash-up of all of our favorite '90s songs into one epic video performance. In the past, Hall's "4" series has highlighted artists such as Taylor Swift and Beyoncé, among others. Naturally, the internet went wild, and the video garnered nearly 2 million views. 


Now, Hall — who can also be seen dancing in Swift's new "Look What You Made Me Do" music video — has released another "4" video just for millennials. Of course, this means he's covering all of the best songs from the 2000s, including The Black Eyed Peas' "Let's Get It Started," Kanye West's "Gold Digger" featuring Jamie Foxx, Vanessa Carlton's "A Thousand Miles," and Justin Timberlake's "Cry Me a River." 

In true Hall fashion, the performer mashes up the songs so seamlessly, fitting countless tracks into the nearly six-minute long performance. Meanwhile, Hall sports tees nodding to the 2000s, including one that reads "On Wednesday's, we wear pink," from Mean Girls (of course). 

"Reminds us all how great the 00s were for music," one viewer comments on YouTube. And that it certainly does.

Check it out in full below:

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