Ranking All The Songs from the White Chicks Soundtrack

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“White Chicks” is well known for depicting what it’s like to be someone of a different gender, class, or race. The film was released in theaters on June 23, 2004. This comedy movie is directed by Keenen Ivory Wayans, a renowned comedian, filmmaker, and actor. Because of its success at the box office, “White Chicks” is considered a cult film. The movie was nominated for five Golden Raspberry Awards for Worst Picture. The film’s soundtrack includes an album of 27 credited tracks. Teddy Castellucci, a well-known film score composer, came up with the original score for the soundtrack. Other artists featured in the soundtrack include MC Hammer, Cypress Hill, and Oscar Hernandez. This article lists all the songs on the White Chicks soundtrack.

27. TRU Homies – TRU


“TRU Homies” was released in 1999. This track was composed by one of America’s hip/hop groups hailing from New Orleans, TRU. “TRU Homies” is the fifth track on the group’s fifth studio album, Da Crime Family.

26. Girls Just Want to Have Fun – Cyndi Lauper


“Girls Just Want to Have Fun” was composed by Robert Hazard and was released in 1979. This song has various versions, including one by Cyndi Lauper, released in 1983.

25. I Need Your Love Tonight – Elvis Presley


Bix Reichner and Sid Wayne composed this masterpiece. It was recorded by Elvis Presley and published by Gladys Music, Inc.

24. Move Your Feet – Junior Senior


This track is played during the fashion show scene. “Move Your Feet” was composed by Junior Senior, a Danish pop duo. The song became the pop duo’s biggest hit.

23. Let’s Get It Started – Black Eyed Peas


“Let’s Get It Started” was released as the fourth single from the Black Eyed Peas album, Elephunk.

22. Satisfaction – Benny Benassi


“Satisfaction” is regarded as the track that made electro house music popular by propelling the genre into the mainstream.

21. Tipsy – J-Kwon


“Tipsy” was written by three talented artists: J-Kwon, Mark Williams, and Joe Kent.

20. I Wanna Know – Joe


“I Wanna Know” was composed for Joe’s third studio album, My Name’s Joe, as the fifth single.

19. No Control – Blackfire


“No Control” is a great track written by Blackfire, a native punk rock band. The band’s music was heavily influenced by real-world issues affecting society, such as human rights.

18. This Love – Maroon 5


In 2004, “This Love” was the third most-played track and was also Maroon 5’s most successful single. Because of this track, Maroon 5 won the MTV Video Music Award for Best New Artist.

17. It’s Tricky – Run–D.M.C.


This is the kind of song that will keep you dancing to it. “It’s Tricky” was released on Run–D.M.C.’s third album, Raising Hell.

16. Crazy In Love – Beyoncé featuring Jay-Z


In 2004, “Crazy In Love” won the Grammy for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration and Best R&B Song. This track was released as Beyoncé’s official debut single and as the lead single from her debut solo album, Dangerously in Love.

15. Get Low – Lil Jon & The East Side Boyz featuring Ying Yang Twins


“Get Low” is a legendary track known to bring back happy memories when played.

14. Bounce (The Bandit Club Remix) – Stock, IC Green


The fourteenth song on our list is one of the most well-known songs from the film’s soundtrack, composed and performed by Stock, IC Green.

13. (I Got That) Boom Boom – Britney Spears featuring Ying Yang Twins


“(I Got That) Boom Boom” is widely regarded as one of the songs that marked a significant milestone in Britney Spears’ musical career.

12. It’s My Life – No Doubt


“It’s My Life” charted at number 1 on the US Dance Club Songs chart. This track was written and performed by No Doubt.

11. Guantanamera – Jose Fernandez Diaz


“Guantanamera” is a famous Cuban song performed by Jose Fernandez Diaz. It is a well-known patriotic track by Cuban citizens.

10. Dance, Dance, Dance – be


This song will make everyone want to get up and dance. The track was composed by Michael Edward Love, Brian Douglas Wilson, and Carl Dean Wilson.

9. U Can’t Touch This – MC Hammer


“U Can’t Touch This” is MC Hammer’s signature tune. The track is contained in his 1990 album, Please Hammer, Don’t Hurt ‘Em.

8. Trouble – P!nk


Pink received a Grammy Award for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance for her song “Trouble.” The track charted at number two on the Canadian Singles Chart, number 7 on the UK Singles Chart, and number 68 on the Billboard Hot 100.

7. Dance City – Oscar Hernandez


Oscar Hernández, a talented pianist, arranger, and producer of Puerto Rican descent, performs “Dance City.”

6. White Girls – Mighty Casey


This track’s video was featured on BET thus gaining its popularity.

5. Realest Niggas – 50 Cent, Notorious B.I.G.


This track by 50 Cent ages like fine wine; it never gets old. The track features two of the music industry’s legends.

4. A Thousand Miles – Vanessa Carlton


This track is one of the most memorable and iconic songs to be featured in the White Chicks soundtrack.

3. Shake It (Like a White Girl) – Jesse Jaymes


This track is a great dance tune. This song was created back then when rap songs were about having fun.

2. Hey Ms. Wilson – The Penfifteen Club


“Hey Ms. Wilson” was also featured in the series, “The Simple Life,” one of the most loved reality shows.

1. Latin Thugs – Cypress Hill


This track is one of the greatest rap songs of all time. Cypress Hill was the first hip-hop band to have sold multi-platinum and platinum albums across the globe.

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