Throw Back Thursday Countdown: April 4, 2006

Go back to the future with today's throwback countdown!

10. "DJ Play A Love Song" - Jamie Foxx - When Jamie Foxx was at the height of his musical career and taking the world by storm as a triple threat he popped off with the ballad "DJ Play A Love Song." That was on this day back in 2006!(Photo: J Records)

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10. "DJ Play A Love Song" - Jamie Foxx - When Jamie Foxx was at the height of his musical career and taking the world by storm as a triple threat he popped off with the ballad "DJ Play A Love Song." That was on this day back in 2006!(Photo: J Records)

9. "Say I" - Christina Milian - "Say I" was one of Christina Milian's hottest hits! She wasn't just singing, she was writing her own material, representing girl power an dancing like a champ. Go Christina!(Photo: Island Records)

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9. "Say I" - Christina Milian - "Say I" was one of Christina Milian's hottest hits! She wasn't just singing, she was writing her own material, representing girl power an dancing like a champ. Go Christina!(Photo: Island Records)

8. "Control Myself" - LL Cool J ft. J. Lo - With J. Lo uttering the words "senor L.L. Cool J..." like the superstar that she is, this sexy pair made a sexy song that held it down on 106!(Photo: Def Jam)

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8. "Control Myself" - LL Cool J ft. J. Lo - With J. Lo uttering the words "senor L.L. Cool J..." like the superstar that she is, this sexy pair made a sexy song that held it down on 106!(Photo: Def Jam)

7. "4 Minutes" - Avant - "4 Minutes" was a great love song that stayed true to R&B courtesy of Avant. The crooner literally gave us four minutes of great music and for that we're thankful.(Photo: Geffen Records)

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7. "4 Minutes" - Avant - "4 Minutes" was a great love song that stayed true to R&B courtesy of Avant. The crooner literally gave us four minutes of great music and for that we're thankful.(Photo: Geffen Records)

6. "Touch It" - Busta Rhymes - "Touch It" sampled EDM group Daft Punk's "Technologic" and put Busta Rhymes back on the map with an extremely strong single. "Get low Buss..."(Photo: Interscope)

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6. "Touch It" - Busta Rhymes - "Touch It" sampled EDM group Daft Punk's "Technologic" and put Busta Rhymes back on the map with an extremely strong single. "Get low Buss..."(Photo: Interscope)

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5. "Hustler's Musik" - Lil Wayne - Before Lil Wayne was everyone's favorite NOLA rapper, he was husting straight to the top with "Hustler's Musik."(Photo: Young Money)

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5. "Hustler's Musik" - Lil Wayne - Before Lil Wayne was everyone's favorite NOLA rapper, he was husting straight to the top with "Hustler's Musik."(Photo: Young Money)

4. "Ridin'" - Chamillionaire - You haven't heard much from Chamillionaire since "Ridin'," but the rapper definitely left his footprint on the pulse of hip hop culture with that hit!(Photo: Universal Records)

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4. "Ridin'" - Chamillionaire - You haven't heard much from Chamillionaire since "Ridin'," but the rapper definitely left his footprint on the pulse of hip hop culture with that hit!(Photo: Universal Records)

"Love" - Anything starring Tyrese is bound to be amazing, which is why Keyshia's music video for "Love" was that much better. She's singing her heart out and Tyrese played her boo. Keyshia won!  (Photo: A&M Records)

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3. "Love" - Keyshia Cole - When Keyshia Cole was the newest powerhouse vocalist on the scene she hit us with "Love" and we fell in love with her once and for all.(Photo: Courtesy A&M Records)

2. "Poppin' My Collar" - Three 6 Mafia - "Every since I can remember, I've been poppin' my collar..." Those were the words of the trillest hip hop tri Three 6 Mafia long before it was cool to use the word "swag."(Photo: Columbia Records)

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2. "Poppin' My Collar" - Three 6 Mafia - "Every since I can remember, I've been poppin' my collar..." Those were the words of the trillest hip hop tri Three 6 Mafia long before it was cool to use the word "swag."(Photo: Columbia Records)

1. "What You Know" - T.I. - 2006 was a year that T.I. will never forget. His first feature film, ATL debuted at No. 1 in the box office and his album KING debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard charts simultaneously. Both partially due to the impact of his song, "What You Know."(Photo: Courtesy Atlantic Records)

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1. "What You Know" - T.I. - 2006 was a year that T.I. will never forget. His first feature film, ATL debuted at No. 1 in the box office and his album KING debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard charts simultaneously. Both partially due to the impact of his song, "What You Know."(Photo: Courtesy Atlantic Records)