90s kids had some of the most iconic artists.
Yeah Ariana Grande, Lil Peep, Bnobo are cool now. But 90s music just hit different. And rightly so. 90s kids grew up vibing with Backstreet Boys, Britney Spears, among other awesome artists.
For nostalgic trip, here are few artists that all 90s kids loved.
The King of Pop, the “Smooth Criminal” of our hearts, both with his voice and his cracking dance moves. There wasn’t and can never be another MJ.
Pop hits different when you listen to Miss pop. From Toxic to Oops I did It Again, Spears’ fandom has only grown stronger over the years.
My Heart will go on is one of the iconic songs ever made and the singer Celine Dion’s voice gives us goosebumps, especially if you take Titanic into consideration.
From Everybody to I want it That Way, Backstreet Boys is an iconic boy band with stellar hits. The lyrics captured the rawest of common emotions and every 90s kid have hummed the lyrics.
The rapper that revolutionized rap and hip-hop music in the 90s and quite frankly made a lasting impression on all rap lovers.
Before Queen Bee Beyonce made a solo career, she was part of the 90s band Destiny’s Child. A rendition of Survivor, the modern one and you have Destiny Child’s women empowering lyrics to be thankful to.
Walking on the boulevard of broken dreams? Where the city sleeps and I’m the only one and I walk alone – all 90s kids had the lyrics memorized and sang it any chance they get.
From a meta-album poster to powerful two worded lyrics, Nirvana and grunge rock rocked 90s people with their angsty feels in their songs.
There are reasons people got Addicted to Enrique. Maybe it was his gorgeous Spanish looks, or his pretty daring videos, or raw emotional songs (“Hero”) or dance numbers like Bailamos but we loved this man with all our heart.
We like to Party is probably one of the greatest pop, dance-y tunes 90s have produced. Venga Boys is the Dutch pop-dance music group with infectious energetic songs you need to bop your head to, if not move your body and dance.
It’s My Life. That’s all there has to be said about Bon Jovi.
The British dance pop group that dominated the music scene in the last 90s. From funky fashion sense to even funkier vibes and songs like Wannabe, Spice Girls was a big mood.