Anne-Marie Takes Us Back To Early 2000s With Ed Sheeran-Penned ‘2002’

Someone’s clearly a lover of classic pop tunes from the early 2000s. Anne-Marie delivers a nostalgic bop that pays tribute to hits from that era. Just look at the killer chorus which references hits from Britney Spears, Jay-Z, Nelly, N Sync and more.

Oops I got 99 problems singing bye, bye, bye/ Hold up, if you wanna go and take a ride with me/ Better hit me, baby, one more time,” Anne belts. “Paint a picture for you and me/ Of the days when we were young/ Singing at the top of both our lungs.”

The 27-year-old English singer co-wrote “2002” with her friend Ed Sheeran. The infectious electro-pop number reminisces about falling in love during adolescence. Give it a spin below. Can’t wait for the music video to arrive.

Anne-Marie ‘2002’ Lyric Video