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Popular music

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Victoria Mutch

on 27 March 2017

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Back To The 90's
Celebrities
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Popular music

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Kheira Rodot-Morellon
Mackenzie Long
Victoria Mutch

"Say My Name," Destiny's Child (1999)
"The Sign," Ace Of Base (1994)
"No Scrubs," TLC (1999)
"Wannabe," Spice Girls (1996)
"Two Princes," Spin Doctors (1991)
"Livin' La Vida Loca," Ricky Martin (1999)
"I Want It That Way," Backstreet Boys (1999)
“Smells Like Teen Spirit” Nirvana’s (1991)
Music from the 90's was not like any other decade before, it touched on all sorts of music from tech-no and hip-hop in the early 90's, the grunge and alternative rock phase that remained popular throughout the mid-1990s. By 1995 people were sick and tired of the hopeleeness that the grunge bands such as Nirvana offered. Society wanted a fresh new start, therefore they went for the in direct contrast to the negativity grunge bands offered and that is when happy rock was born. The “happy rock” years in the mid-90s helped to pave the way for the “bubblegum pop” that followed in the waning years of the decade. Artists like Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera dominated the mainstream pop music scene well into the late 1990s and beyond.

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