Millennials have surely had a great childhood, especially with the songs they were introduced to. Music possesses the power to shape an entire generation, and it indeed has been doing so for many decades. The tunes of a decade define the people of that age. Every era has had legends in various genres, but the 90s is a different scene altogether. Many artists made an indelible mark in the listeners with the beats and the crescendo. Bands and solo artists dove deeper into the field of music to explore the areas that have received less traction.
Not one soul would be oblivious of the chart-toppers of this great band. It is a boy band that rose to popularity to the end of that decade, and the rest was history. Though the band was inactive over the past several years, they returned to the genre in 2019. They have been the trendsetters for more than two decades now by breaking the boundaries of music with ‘Show Me the Meaning’ and ‘Everybody.’
This English girl group was formed in 1994, conquering the hearts of millions of boys worldwide. These girls were primarily successful between 1996 and 2000 but have been in the ears of the listeners with 'Forever.' Spice Girls returned in 2016 for a reunion no one anticipated.
Formed in Sweden in 1990, Ace of Base is a pop group that emerged into the huge scene with some basic tracks. The Swedish band’s original line-up had garnered a whole lot of fans that didn't stay intact through the years.
This American boy band is either called NSYNC or 'N Sync and was formed in Orlando in 1995. All the artists in this band were signed in Germany with a team that supported them throughout their careers.
Hanson is a funk-rock group but also a pop-rock group, only because they are two different bands based in different locations. The one we focus on is the latter; they have managed to gain a great position in the industry with their various creations.
This Canadian soul and pop group achieved success in the late 90s in Canada and the U.S. They were primarily active from 1993 to 2005 and went on to become one of the most popular groups with "Ooh, It's Kinda Crazy” and “Faded.”