70S 80S 90S Music

Take a trip back in time with 70s 80s 90s music! If you like the oldies then check out these AMAZING tracks from the 70s 80s 90s! The 70s 80s 90s had such great music, and these are some of the very best songs from the decade. It’s party time so come on and let’s do the Hustle!

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Learn To Fly – Foo Fighters

Learn To Fly – Foo Fighters

It’s hard to believe the Foo Fighters have been around for over 20 years now, but they’re still going strong and their music is still as powerful as ever. Their most recent album Sonic Highways was a hit with fans and critics alike.

Learn To Fly was released in 1999 and it features one of the band’s most popular singles. The song was written by Dave Grohl and Taylor Hawkins, with help from producer Gil Norton. It became the band’s first top ten hit in the US, peaking at number nine on the Billboard Hot 100, while reaching number one on Billboard Alternative Songs chart for two weeks in 2000.

The lyrics describe a man who wants to escape from his life through suicide by flying a plane into a mountain. It was inspired by Grohl’s feelings of isolation while touring Europe in 1996 when he wanted to leave his band Nirvana but couldn’t due to contractual obligations.

Don’T Speak – No Doubt

Don’t Speak

No Doubt

There’s a reason Don’t Speak is one of the most recognizable songs from the ‘90s. It was released in 1996, but it feels like it could have come out at any time in the past 50 years. This song has stood the test of time and will continue to be great for decades to come.

No Doubt is an American rock band from Anaheim, California, that formed in 1986. Since 1989, the group has consisted of vocalist Gwen Stefani, guitarist and keyboardist Tom Dumont, bassist and keyboardist Tony Kanal, and drummer Adrian Young. Since the mid-1990s in live performances and the studio, they have been supported by keyboardist and trombonist Gabrial McNair and keyboardist and trumpeter Stephen Bradley. The ska sound of their song “Trapped in a Box”, which was later included on their 1992 debut album “No Doubt”, was influenced by the music of The Police.

The band’s 1995 release, “Tragic Kingdom”, did not chart as highly as their previous release; however it spawned several hits including “Just a Girl”, which caused some controversy due to its allegedly misogynistic lyrics. The band’s next album “Return of Saturn” (2000) featured darker lyrics and more experimental music while maintaining a lighter tone than Tragic Kingdom.

Smells Like Teen Spirit – Nirvana

Smells Like Teen Spirit – Nirvana

Smells Like Teen Spirit is a song by American rock band Nirvana. Written by Kurt Cobain, Krist Novoselic and Dave Grohl, its release as the lead single from the band’s second album Nevermind marked a sudden shift in the sound of alternative rock, which until then had been dominated by Seattle grunge bands such as Pearl Jam and Alice in Chains. The song was a commercial success that helped Nirvana enter mainstream music; it reached number six on Billboard’s Mainstream Rock Tracks chart and number one on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart. In 1992, “Smells Like Teen Spirit” was ranked number eight on Rolling Stone’s list of the 100 greatest songs of the 1980s.

The song was Nirvana’s biggest hit single and became an anthem for dissatisfaction with American life in general among young people during the early 1990s. It has been covered more than 250 times since its release with notable cover versions including covers by Tori Amos, Foo Fighters, The Flaming Lips, Jimmy Eat World and Green Day.

Mo Money Mo Problems – Notorious Big

The Notorious B.I.G.’s ‘Mo Money Mo Problems’ is a classic song that has been covered and sampled by many artists, including Lil’ Kim, Jay-Z and Snoop Dogg.

The track was released on Biggie’s second studio album, ‘Life After Death,’ which was released in 1997, four months after his death. The album debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200 chart and has sold over 6 million copies in the United States since its release.

Mo Money Mo Problems – Notorious Big

Notorious B.I.G.’s debut album Ready to Die was a massive hit and it’s easy to see why. The album is full of hard hitting beats and lyrical genius that helped to pioneer the East Coast rap sound that would go on to influence many artists in the 90s and 2000s.

Mo Money Mo Problems is one of those songs that you can listen to over and over again without getting sick of it. The infectious beat combined with Biggie’s incredible flow make this one of the best rap songs ever recorded.

California Love – Tupac Shakur And Dr. Dre

California Love – Tupac Shakur And Dr. Dre

California Love is a hip hop song by Tupac Shakur and Dr. Dre. The song was released as the first single from their 1996 album All Eyez on Me. It features Roger Troutman on vocals, who provides the lead vocals on the chorus of the song, with Tupac himself singing the bridge. The single reached number one in Canada, New Zealand and the United Kingdom, and peaked at number two on the Billboard Hot 100 in the United States, behind “Where My Girls At?” by 702.

The song’s lyrics describe Tupac’s love for California (hence its name) and his feelings about living there instead of New York City or Los Angeles.

California Love – Tupac Shakur And Dr. Dre

Tupac Shakur and Dr. Dre were two of the biggest names in the hip hop scene in the 1990s, and their collaboration on “California Love” is one of the best examples of why they remain iconic figures today. The music video features an appearance by Snoop Dogg and a cameo from a young Jamie Foxx.

I Will Always Love You – Whitney Houston

Whitney Houston’s rendition of Dolly Parton’s song was a global hit that turned her into an overnight superstar when it was released in 1992. The music video shows Houston singing the song while performing on stage with a band behind her. It also features cameos from gospel singer Shirley Caesar and R&B singer Monica.

Take On Me – A-Ha

A-Ha’s classic pop song about falling for someone who doesn’t even know you yet has been covered by several artists over the years, including Kidz Bop Kids, who put their own spin on it in 2016 with a cover version that reached No. 1 on Billboard magazine’s Hot 100 chart for kids ages 6–12.

Sunny Came Home – Shawn Colvin

Sunny Came Home – Shawn Colvin

I’ve been a Shawn Colvin fan for years. I’ve seen her live in concert, and I own all of her CDs. Her voice is beautiful; she has a range that most singers would only dream of having. She writes her own music, and it’s always great stuff. This particular song is one of my favorites because it’s so emotionally powerful and the music is just so beautiful! It’s not the kind of song you can listen to without getting emotional yourself.

1970s

The 1970s were a decade of turbulence and change in the United States, and music reflected that. The psychedelic era was over, but the country was still reeling from the Vietnam War. Music became increasingly political as artists expressed their distaste for the government’s policies on social issues. However, there were also plenty of pop hits to be found in the Top 40 charts. Here are some of the best songs of the decade:

“Sunny Came Home” by Shawn Colvin (1992)

Shawn Colvin is best known for her 1994 hit “Sunny Came Home.” The song tells the story of a young woman who leaves her boyfriend to ride out west with another man. She eventually returns home and reunites with her first love — only to be shot dead by her ex-boyfriend before she can tell him how much he meant to her. It’s one of those tragic stories that makes you want to cry and hug your loved ones at once.

Still Not A Player – Big Pun Feat. Joe

Still Not A Player – Big Pun Feat. Joe

Still Not A Player by Big Pun and Joe was released in 1998, and it immediately became a hit. The song was featured on the Big Pun album Capital Punishment, and this is one of the reasons why it’s considered a classic.

The song is about a man who is still single at his age, but he doesn’t want to change that because he loves being single and has no desire to be in a relationship. He has no problem with being alone or not having anyone around him all the time – he just wants to do his own thing.

He’s also not afraid of commitment if it comes along naturally, but he isn’t going out of his way to find someone either. He’s just letting life happen as it does, and that means there will be times when he finds himself single for long periods of time.

Say My Name – Destiny’S Child

Say My Name – Destiny’S Child

Say My Name is a song by American R&B group Destiny’s Child. It was released on October 16, 2001 by Columbia Records as the fourth and final single from their third studio album Survivor (2001). The song features a sample of the 1981 song “My Love Is Waiting” by American recording artist Donna Summer.

The song was well received by critics who praised its composition and the group’s vocal performance. It also won Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals at the 44th Grammy Awards in 2002.

The song peaked at number twenty-seven on the Billboard Hot 100 and topped the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart for five weeks.[1][2] Its music video was directed by Dave Meyers and choreographed by Tina Landon.

Say My Name – Destiny’S Child

Say My Name is a song recorded by American R&B group Destiny’s Child for their debut album, Destiny’s Child (1998). It was released as the second single in October 1998, and was later included on the soundtrack to the 1999 film Big Momma’s House.

The song was written by Wyclef Jean, Lauryn Hill, Pras Michael and Jerry Duplessis and produced by Wyclef Jean. The arrangement of the song features elements of Hip-Hop music.

The song reached number six on Billboard Hot 100 chart for selling 160,000 copies in its first week in United States. The single also topped Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart for two weeks from December 12 to December 19, 1998 and also spent five weeks at number one on Billboard Hot Rap Singles chart from December 5 to January 9, 1999. It also peaked at number nine on New Zealand Top 40 Singles Chart and at number seven on UK Singles Chart.

Gin & Juice – Snoop Dogg

Gin & Juice – Snoop Dogg

This song is one of the best songs ever made by Snoop Dogg and he has made a lot of good songs in his career. The song was released in 1992 and it is one of the best songs from this era. This song was also used in many movies and TV shows like The Simpsons, How I Met Your Mother etc.

Snoop Dogg – Gin and Juice

The soundtrack to the party, any time of day or night. And it’s actually not as bad as you remember. The melody is catchy and Snoop’s flow is great. The lyrics are pretty funny too: “I like to sip gin and juice, I like to drive big jeeps/I likes to wear minks, cause I’m fresh like that.”

Busta Rhymes – Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Could See

If you’ve ever been to a club, you’ve heard this song. If you haven’t heard this song, then there’s no need for you to continue living your life in misery. Busta’s fast-paced flow along with Pharrell’s catchy chorus make this an absolute classic hip-hop track.

Dr Dre – Nuthin’ But A G Thang

No one does it better than Dr Dre when it comes to producing great beats with beautiful melodies and catchy hooks. This is no exception. Snoop Dogg’s smooth flow makes this track one of the greatest rap songs of all time — hands down!

Meet Virginia – Train

Meet Virginia – Train

The song was written by Pat Monahan and Rob Hotchkiss. It was released in 2003 as the second single from their fifth album, My Private Nation. The song reached number one on the Billboard Hot Adult Top 40 Tracks chart, number two on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks chart, number three on the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart, number seventeen on the Billboard Pop 100 chart and number twenty-one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

The music video for this song was directed by David Meyers and features a young man (played by actor Will Rothhaar) who travels back in time to meet his girlfriend as she was in high school. The video is notable for its use of stop motion animation during its opening scene and its appearance at the end of several episodes of Dawson’s Creek during its sixth season (2002–03).

Meet Virginia – Train

This is a song about a love so strong that it will go beyond the boundaries of time and space. The singer tells the story of a woman named Virginia who is his soulmate and he wants to meet her again. He’s tried everything to find her again but she seems to be lost in time.

The song was released in 1997 on Train’s second album “Drops of Jupiter”. It was written by Pat Monahan, Rob Hotchkiss and Steven Roback, who had also written “Drops of Jupiter”. The song was produced by Brendan O’Brien, who also produced “Drops of Jupiter” and many other albums for Train. The band has released three versions of this song: the original version on “Drops of Jupiter” (1997), an acoustic version on their compilation album “Live in San Diego with David Cook” (2010) and a live version on their live album “California 37 (Live)” (2014).

Vogue – Madonna

Vogue – Madonna

Madonna Louise Ciccone (born August 16, 1958), known mononymously as Madonna, is an American singer, songwriter, actress, and businesswoman. She achieved popularity by pushing the boundaries of lyrical content in mainstream popular music and imagery in her music videos, which became a fixture on MTV. Throughout her career, many of her songs have hit number one on international charts, including Like a Virgin, Papa Don’t Preach, Frozen, Music, Hung Up and 4 Minutes (feat. Justin Timberlake & Timbaland).

She has been lauded as a pop icon for over three decades, often referred to as the “Queen of Pop” or simply “The Queen”. Madonna is known for constantly reinventing both her music and image, and for maintaining autonomy within the recording industry.

Vogue – Madonna

The ’80s was the decade when Madonna was at her most iconic. She was the queen of pop, and this song is a perfect example of why.

Billie Jean – Michael Jackson

This song is so much more than just another hit by Michael Jackson. It’s one of his best-known songs, and it’s still considered one of the best dance tracks ever recorded. It’s also been covered by many artists over the years.

Enter Sandman – Metallica

Sandman – Metallica

Enter Sandman is a song by American heavy metal band Metallica from their eponymous fifth album (1991). The song was released as the second single from that album, following “Sad but True” and reaching number one on the US Billboard Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart. It also peaked at number 27 on the Billboard Hot 100, making it their only top 40 hit in the U.S. The song was featured in the 1992 film Wayne’s World, which starred Mike Myers and Dana Carvey, and has become a staple of classic rock radio. In 2009, it was named the 16th greatest hard rock song of all time by VH1.

Enter Sandman – Metallica

Smells Like Teen Spirit – Nirvana

Sweet Child o’ Mine – Guns N’ Roses

Enter Sandman by Metallica is one of the most popular songs on this list. The song was written in 1990, but it became popular after it was played during the credits of the movie “Singles”. The song was also used as an entrance theme for professional wrestler Triple H.

The Smashing Pumpkin’s “1979” is a great example of alternative rock. This song has a catchy tune and lyrics that have become part of pop culture today. It was named after the year when singer Billy Corgan was born.

Sweet Child O’ Mine by Guns N’ Roses is one of their most famous songs with over 25 million views on Youtube. It became even more popular when it was featured in the hit movie “Top Gun”.

Everybody – Backstreet Boys

The Backstreet Boys are an American boy band that was formed in Orlando, Florida in 1993. The group consists of AJ McLean, Nick Carter, Howie Dorough, Kevin Richardson and Brian Littrell. The group has released five studio albums and a greatest hits album. They were the first group to have four consecutive chart-topping singles in the U.S., beginning with “We’ve Got it Goin’ On” from their self-titled debut in 1995.

The Backstreet Boys were formed in 1993 by Nick Carter and Kevin Richardson, who were performing at West Palm Beach’s Foxy Lady nightclub as a duo known as Krush Groove (later changed to KG Skeez). A record executive from Jive Records came to hear them perform and took interest in the group as a whole instead of just Carter or Richardson individually.

Everybody – Backstreet Boys

Everybody (Backstreet’s Back) is the first single from the Backstreet Boys’ second album, Backstreet’s Back. It was released on February 1, 1997 in North America and Europe as a double-A-side with another song on the album, “As Long As You Love Me”. The single reached number one in Austria, Germany, Hungary and Switzerland, while reaching number two in Norway and Sweden; it also charted within the top 20 in Australia, Canada, Ireland and New Zealand.

The music video was directed by Michael Bay and was filmed in Los Angeles between December 1996 and January 1997. It premiered on MTV at noon Eastern Standard Time on February 1, 1997.

The song was later featured on the group’s compilation albums The Hits: Chapter One (2000) and The Hits: Chapter One – The Video Collection (2001).

The Sign – Ace Of Base

The Sign – Ace Of Base

The Sign was released by the Swedish pop group, Ace of Base. The song was released in Sweden on October 26, 1992 and then in the United States on May 22, 1993. The single sold over 30 million copies worldwide and was certified platinum or multi-platinum in more than 20 countries.

The Sign was written by Jonas Berggren and Ulf Ekberg. It was produced by Denniz Pop and Ulf Ekberg.

The Sign – Ace Of Base

Ace of Base were a Swedish pop group, formed in Stockholm in 1992 and disbanded in 2002. The band produced four UK top 10 singles between 1995 and 1998.

The group released several albums throughout the 1990s and sold over 30 million records worldwide, becoming one of the most successful bands of the decade. The band was also known for its often controversial image, which caused some countries to ban their music videos.

The group’s biggest hit, “The Sign”, released in 1994, is one of the best-selling singles of all time.

Tearin’ Up My Heart – *Nsync

Tearin’ Up My Heart – *Nsync

Tearin’ Up My Heart is a song by American boy band NSYNC, released as the second single from their third studio album Celebrity (2001). It was released on March 12, 2002. The song was written by Andreas Carlsson, Peter Svensson and Kristian Lundin, and it was produced by The Factory.

The music video for “Tearin’ Up My Heart” features a montage of clips from movies spanning from the 1970s to 1990s. The video ends with Justin Timberlake saying that they are going to do a cover of Toni Braxton’s “Un-Break My Heart” and leaving the stage.

Tearin’ Up My Heart – *Nsync

This song is one of my favorite songs ever! It was released in 2000 and was the first single from Nsync’s album No Strings Attached. It reached number 1 on the charts in Australia, Canada, Ireland and New Zealand. The song was also nominated for Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals at the Grammy Awards in 2001 but lost to U2’s Beautiful Day.

Live Forever – Oasis

Live Forever – Oasis

It’s all about the lyrics, with Noel Gallagher singing “I wanna live forever”. The song is about wanting to live your life to the full, and not worrying about what tomorrow may bring. It was released in 1995, but it still sounds as good today as it did 20 years ago. It’s a great anthem for people who love having fun, and want to enjoy themselves as much as possible.

Wonderwall – Oasis

Noel Gallagher has written some great songs over the years, and this is one of them. He sings about how he loves his girl so much that he doesn’t need anyone else in his life, just her. It’s a very romantic song that will make any man fall head over heels in love with their girlfriend or wife if they listen to it together!

Live Forever – Oasis

The song was written by Noel Gallagher, and was released in 1995 as the lead single from the band’s second album (What’s the Story) Morning Glory?. The song reached number one on the UK Singles Chart and number four on the Billboard Hot 100. It is one of the band’s most popular songs and has been covered by many artists including Chris Cornell.

The song’s lyrics describe how a person feels about their life, friends and family. The song begins with a man speaking to another man about his dead son, who had died in a motorcycle accident at age nineteen. The first line of the song is “I’ve got a photograph of you smiling”, which refers to this photograph that represents his son’s memory. The chorus includes the lines: “And it’s no surprise to me now that you’ve gone/I’m gonna live forever”.

Baby One More Time – Britney Spears

There’s just something about the 90s that we all love. The fashion, the movies, the music – everything was better back then. But what made the 90s such an amazing time? Well, for starters it was a decade of change and progression. Technology was rapidly growing and becoming more advanced than ever before. There were so many things happening in the world at this time that it was hard to keep up with everything that was going on.

Music also changed significantly during this decade as well. It was much more upbeat and cheerful than previous decades had been. People wanted to get up and dance more than ever before so they turned to pop music for this reason alone.

We have compiled a list of some of our favorite songs from the 90s so you can reminisce about your childhood days!

Baby One More Time – Britney Spears

Baby, baby, baby one more time. Baby, baby, baby one more time. Baby, baby, baby one more time. Baby, baby, baby one more time. Baby, baby, baby one more time. Baby, baby, baby one more time. Baby, baby, baby one more time. Baby, baby, baby one more time. Baby, baby!

Waterfalls – Tlc

The song Waterfalls is one of the best songs of TLC. It was released in February 1996 and it spent 18 weeks at number 1 on Billboard Hot 100, making it the longest running number 1 song in history.

The single was nominated for two Grammy awards and won both of them: Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals and Best R&B Song.

This song was written by Tionne Watkins and Lisa Lopes, who were members of TLC. Watkins wrote the verses while Lopes wrote the chorus and bridge.

The music video shows how people treat each other with respect, dignity and kindness, instead of just trying to get their own way all the time like many people do today.

TLC is a girl group consisting of Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins, Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes and Rozonda “Chilli” Thomas. The group was formed in Atlanta, Georgia in 1991 and has sold over 65 million records worldwide. TLC was the first R&B group in history to receive a diamond certification for sales of 10 million copies in the United States.

This is their biggest hit song from their second album CrazySexyCool, released in 1994. It’s about a woman who is having an affair with her married boss.

It’s about a woman who is having an affair with her married boss.

No Scrubs – Tlc

TLC’s “No Scrubs” is an ode to women everywhere who are tired of dating jerks. It’s a song that’s not only relatable, but it also makes you want to dance and sing along.

The song was released in 1999 and became a huge hit for the group. It was one of their biggest hits as well as one of their last before they disbanded in 2002. The song went on to win Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals at the 42nd Grammy Awards and Best R&B/Soul Single, Group, Band or Duo at the 2000 Soul Train Music Awards.

The 90s was a decade of many things: the rise of hip-hop, the explosion of boy bands and divas, grunge and alternative music. The 90s saw the rise of some unforgettable music groups such as Spice Girls, Backstreet Boys, NSYNC and other pop stars.

It didn’t just stop there; it also saw the rise of rock bands like Nirvana, Pearl Jam and more. The 80s wasn’t left out either as there were many great bands who came out during that time period; Duran Duran, Def Leppard and Michael Jackson to name a few.

70S 80S 90S Music No Scrubs – Tlc

Kiss From A Rose – Seal

Kiss From A Rose – Seal

Kiss From A Rose is a song by Seal, released in 1994 as the first single from his debut album of the same name. It was written and composed by Seal and Jam & Lewis, who produced it with hitmakers David Foster and Carole Bayer Sager. Although it was not released as a single in the United Kingdom until 1995, it reached number three on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in October 1994. In addition to being Seal’s most successful single in the US, it is also his biggest hit to date on the Billboard Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks chart, where it reached number two.

The song was nominated for Song of the Year at the 1995 Grammy Awards, but lost out to Edie Brickell & New Bohemians’ “What I Am”. It was also nominated for Record of the Year at the 1996 Grammy Awards and won Best Male Pop Vocal Performance. The song has been covered by numerous artists including Rachael Yamagata and Michael Bublé.

Rosa Parks – Outkast

Rosa Parks – Outkast

Rosa Parks was the name of a song by the hip hop duo Outkast. The song was released as a single in 1999, but the album was not released until 2001. The song is about Rosa Parks, who refused to give up her seat on a bus to a white man in 1955. This event sparked the civil rights movement. Outkast’s song refers to this moment as “the spark that lit the fuse of change”.

Rosa Parks – Outkast

Rosa Parks was an African-American civil rights activist, who played a key role in the Montgomery Bus Boycott. Her refusal to give up her seat on a bus led to her arrest and ignited the civil rights movement that would change America forever. Outkast’s song Rosa Parks was released on their album Aquemini (1999). It became an instant hit, as well as one of the duo’s best-known songs.

Black Or White – Michael Jackson

Michael Jackson’s music video for “Black or White” was a landmark in the short history of MTV. It was the first solo work to win Video of the Year at the 1992 MTV VMAs, and it was also the first piece of music by a black artist to be played on MTV (and other channels) regularly.

The video was a statement about racial unity and harmony in America, and it featured an ensemble cast including Macaulay Culkin, Magic Johnson, Diana Ross and Bill Cosby.

“Black or White” was released as a single from Jackson’s eighth studio album Dangerous (1991). The song topped the charts in many countries worldwide, including Australia, France and Spain.

Michael Jackson’s Black or White is one of the best videos ever made.

The song was released as a single in late 1991, and became the first in history to be broadcast on television globally within one day of release.

The video features Michael Jackson walking through a street and performing dance moves with his dancers, while surrounded by many children from around the world.

In another scene, he is seen playing chess with himself (and losing).

It was directed by Mark Romanek and filmed at Culver Studios in Culver City, Los Angeles between May 1 through May 5, 1991. The video was nominated for six MTV Video Music Awards at the 1992 ceremony, winning four; it also won a Grammy Award for Best Short Form Music Video.

Genie In A Bottle – Christina Aguilera

Genie In A Bottle – Christina Aguilera

Genie in a Bottle is a song by American singer Christina Aguilera from her self-titled debut album (1999). It was released on November 23, 1999 as the second single from the album. Aguilera co-wrote the song with producer Shelly Peiken, who co-wrote and produced almost all tracks on the album. Genie in a Bottle was nominated for two Grammy Awards, for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance and Best Pop Song.

The song received positive reviews from music critics who praised its hook and Aguilera’s vocals. It went on to top the charts in over 15 countries worldwide including Australia, Austria, Belgium (Flanders), Canada, Denmark, Germany, Greece, Hungary and Italy while reaching number three in the United Kingdom and number four on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart becoming one of Aguilera’s best-selling singles of all time with more than 3 million copies sold worldwide.

Around The World – Daft Punk

Around The World – Daft Punk

Around The World is a song by French electronic music duo Daft Punk. Written, arranged and produced by the duo, it was released on 24 September 2000 as their second single from their debut album Homework (1997). The song has been heavily sampled in works of other artists, most notably Drake’s Hotline Bling (2015). In 2002, NME magazine placed the track at number 52 in its list of the “100 Best Tracks of the Decade”.

The song’s music video features daily scenes shot in France interspersed with fast-motion footage of a Ferrari Testarossa which is being driven around the streets of Los Angeles. It features Roman Coppola as the driver and co-director and Peter Lindbergh as the photographer.

Around The World – Daft Punk

This is a French House song from the album Homework. It is one of their most popular songs. The music video features the band members in different locations around the world, as well as a cameo by Roman Coppola and his wife, Eleanor Coppola, as they travel around Paris in a car with Daft Punk’s helmets on their heads.

Black Hole Sun – Soundgarden

Soundgarden is an American rock band formed in Seattle, Washington, in 1984 by singer and rhythm guitarist Chris Cornell, lead guitarist Kim Thayil, and bassist Hiro Yamamoto. Matt Cameron became the band’s full-time drummer in 1986, while bassist Ben Shepherd became a permanent replacement for Yamamoto in 1990. Soundgarden was one of the seminal bands in the creation of grunge music, blending elements of heavy metal, punk rock and psychedelic rock. The band emerged from Seattle’s grunge scene in the early 1990s and had nationwide success with their 1994 album Superunknown.

The band broke up after touring in 1997 to promote its fifth album Down on the Upside (1996). In 1998, Soundgarden was named one of “The 100 Greatest Artists of Hard Rock” by VH1. In 2004, Rolling Stone magazine ranked Soundgarden at number 84 on their list of the “100 Greatest Artists of All Time”. Soundgarden reunited in 2010 and released their sixth studio album King Animal on November 13, 2012 through Republic Records. On January 1, 2019 they announced they were retiring after playing one final show at Madison Square Garden on May 17th.

Sure Shot – Beastie Boys

Sure Shot – Beastie Boys

Sure Shot is a song by American hip hop group the Beastie Boys, released as their second single from their debut album Licensed to Ill (1986). It was originally released as an instrumental track in 1983 and then re-recorded as “Shadrach” for their EP Polly Wog Stew (1983), before being re-recorded again for Licensed to Ill. The song was released on September 5, 1986, as the second single from their debut album Licensed to Ill and was one of the most successful songs from the album. It reached number 1 on Billboard’s Hot Dance Music Club Play chart in 1987, making it only the second rap song ever to top this chart.

The song’s lyrics are about being young and having fun with no money in New York City. The music video features the band performing on a rooftop with several other people dancing around them and is notable for being directed by Spike Jonze who later went on to direct Being John Malkovich and Adaptation among others.

Waiting For Tonight – Jennifer Lopez

Waiting For Tonight – Jennifer Lopez

The days of waiting are over, the time has come.

It’s my time to shine, it’s my turn to win.

Waiting for tonight, when I can see your face.

I’m gonna make you mine tonight.

I know that I’m a winner, baby, so let’s go all the way tonight.

Tonight is the night (tonight is the night), tonight is the night (tonight is the night), tonight is the night (tonight is the night).

Jennifer Lopez was a platinum-selling pop star in the late 90s, but she really took off when she branched out into acting. Lopez got her first big break in 1997 with a role in the film Selena, which went on to become a huge hit and earned her an Oscar nomination. She also starred opposite George Clooney in Out of Sight that same year.

In 1999, she released her fourth album, On the 6, which featured the smash hit “If You Had My Love” as well as “Waiting For Tonight” and “Love Don’t Cost a Thing.” The album reached number one on both sides of the Atlantic and sold over 2 million copies worldwide.

C.R.E.A.M – Wu Tang Clan

C.R.E.A.M – Wu Tang Clan

The Wu-Tang Clan is one of the most influential groups in hip hop history, and their debut album Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) is considered a classic in the genre. The title track, “C.R.E.A.M.,” stands for “Cash Rules Everything Around Me” and features one of the biggest names in hip hop, Ol’ Dirty Bastard, who died shortly after this song was released. The song’s popularity has endured over time — it was featured on Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas and has appeared on several other soundtracks over the years as well.

All my life

I’ve been a square

I never thought I’d grow to be a man

And now I’m here with all my friends

I’m so happy, my dear

C. R. E. A. M., Cash Rules Everything Around Me!

Cash rules everything around me, C.R.E.A.M., get the money; dollar, dollar bill y’all!

Get the money; dollar, dollar bill y’all! Cash rules everything around me, C.R.E.A.M., get the money; dollar, dollar bill y’all!

Wonderwall – Oasis

Wonderwall – Oasis

Wonderwall is a song by the English rock band Oasis, written by guitarist Noel Gallagher. The song was produced by Owen Morris and Noel Gallagher for their second studio album, (What’s the Story) Morning Glory? (1995). Following an instrumental intro, the track begins with a soft rock passage before building into a louder, more aggressive riff. The lyrics were written by Noel Gallagher about his brother Liam and his then-wife Patsy Kensit; they separated in 1997.

Wonderwall has been covered many times by artists including Ben Lee and Lily Allen. Although controversial at first, Wonderwall is now considered one of the most popular songs in British music history. It was voted Britain’s favourite song in 2002 by readers of Q magazine, and again in 2014 by BBC Radio 2 listeners.[1] The song has been featured on soundtracks to several films and television series.

Wonderwall – Oasis

Wonderwall is a song by Oasis, written by the band’s lead guitarist Noel Gallagher. It was released as the second single from their 1995 album (What’s the Story) Morning Glory? and was a worldwide hit. The song reached number one in Australia, Canada, Ireland and New Zealand. In the United Kingdom, it peaked at number two on the UK Singles Chart and is currently the 34th biggest-selling single of all time in that country.[1]

The song also made number one on Billboard’s Alternative Songs chart in 1996. The song has been covered by many artists including Kelly Clarkson, who recorded her version for her 2006 Breakaway album; this version was released as a single in 2007.

Connection – Elastica

Connection – Elastica

Elastica are a British alternative rock band formed in London, England in 1992. The band consists of Justine Frischmann (vocals), Donna Matthews (bass guitar), Carmine P. Filthy (guitar) and Justin Welch (drums). They are perhaps best known for their 1995 hit single “Connection” and the album Elastica which featured other singles such as “Line Up”, “Cutter” and “Waking Up”.

Frischmann left Elastica in 1998 to pursue her own solo career, but the band continued with new members until they split up in 2001.

The band reformed in 2015 without Frischmann and released a new album titled “The XX Files” on RCA Records on 7 September 2016.

Elastica – Connection

Elastica’s third album is a glorious mess of glam rock, punk and electro. The song ‘Connection’ was written by Donna Matthews, who was in the band for a short time before leaving to form Elastica. Her vocals are full of energy and emotion as she sings about being an outsider: “I don’t belong here/I’m just passing through…” It’s a brilliant, catchy song that shows the band at their best.

What Is Love? – Haddaway

What Is Love? – Haddaway

The song What Is Love? was released by the German Eurodance artist Haddaway in November 1993. The single was written by Frank Farian and Rolf Soja, who also produced the track. It topped the charts in many countries including Germany and Australia, where it became the best-selling single of 1994. In the United States, What Is Love? reached number one on Billboard’s Hot 100 Airplay chart for six weeks; it later reached number two on the Hot 100 and number one on both Dance Club Songs and Hot Dance Music/Maxi-Singles Sales charts. The song also spent one week at number one on Canada’s Singles Chart and peaked at number three in New Zealand before being certified platinum by the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) for sales of one million copies across Europe.

What Is Love? – Haddaway

The 90s was a time of boy bands, pop songs, and dance music. The 90s music scene is filled with songs that are still popular today. What Is Love? by Haddaway is one of those songs that has stood the test of time and remains popular all these years later.

What Is Love? was released in 1993 on the album The Album, which reached number two on the Billboard 200 chart. The song became an international hit and reached number one in many countries including Germany, Switzerland, Austria, and France.

What Is Love? also became a hit in Australia where it was certified 4x platinum and sold over 500,000 copies. It was nominated for Best Dance Recording at the 1994 Grammy Awards but lost to C & C Music Factory’s Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now).

Ironic – Alanis Morissette

Alanis Morissette: “Ironic”

Alanis Morissette’s “Ironic” was the song that brought irony into the mainstream. The 1995 track is all about Morissette’s inability to find a pair of shoes that are both comfortable and stylish, and that she can’t find a decent place to buy hot dogs.

The song is so famous for its lyrics that it gets referenced in other songs, TV shows and movies all the time — which makes sense because it’s one of those songs you can’t stop listening to once you’ve heard it.

Alanis Morissette’s “Ironic” is a song that has become synonymous with the word irony. It describes a series of unfortunate events, none of which are actually ironic.

The song was written by Morissette and Glen Ballard and released on July 1, 1995 as the third single from her second album, Jagged Little Pill (1995). In the United States, it peaked at number 27 on the Billboard Hot 100 Airplay chart in October 1995. The music video for “Ironic” won an MTV Video Music Award for Best Female Video at the 1996 MTV Video Music Awards.

The song was nominated for Record of the Year, Song of the Year and Best Pop Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal at the 38th Annual Grammy Awards in 1996.

The lyrics describe things that may appear to be coincidental but are not. For example: “It’s raining outside and I’m feeling fine / But who is that girl I see? / She looks so familiar but I just can’t place her name.” In reality, these events are not really ironic – they are simple coincidences or happenstances.

Torn – Natalie Imbruglia

Torn

“Torn” is a song by the Australian singer-songwriter Natalie Imbruglia, released on 13 March 1997 as the first single from her debut album Left of the Middle. “Torn” became a worldwide hit and was nominated for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance at the 1998 Grammy Awards. The song also attracted attention in Australia, where it reached number one and was listed at number eight on 2Day FM’s Top 100 Best Songs of All Time.

The year after its release, “Torn” was voted number two on Triple J’s Hottest 100 of All Time (1999). Additionally, it was named the number-one Most Played Australian Song on Australian Radio between 1990–2009 by APRA.

According to the sheet music published at Musicnotes.com by Sony/ATV Music Publishing, “Torn” is written in common time with a moderate tempo of 124 beats per minute. It is written in the key of D minor with Imbruglia’s vocal range spanning from A3 to B5.

Paranoid Android – Radiohead

Paranoid Android – Radiohead

This is one of the most well-known songs from the 90s, as it was featured on the soundtrack for the movie “Fight Club.” It’s also a great song to listen to while driving or working out.

Good Vibrations – The Beach Boys

This is another song that you will probably recognize right away, since it was used in “The Simpsons Movie.” It’s a fun song that everyone can enjoy.

Time After Time – Cyndi Lauper

Cyndi Lauper is one of those artists who makes music that appeals to almost everyone, which makes her a great choice for this list. This song is also very popular among younger people today, so you may even hear someone singing it at your local bar or club.

Blister in The Sun – Violent Femmes

Violent Femmes are another band that has been around for decades, but they are still making music today and putting out albums consistently. This is one of their best loved songs and has become an anthem for many people over time.

My Heart Will Go On – Celine Dion

My Heart Will Go On – Celine Dion

This song is from the movie Titanic. It was released in 1997 and won the Oscar for Best Original Song. This is one of the most popular songs of all time, and it was also the first single by a Canadian artist to reach number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The song sold over 14 million copies worldwide, making it one of the best-selling singles of all time.

My Heart Will Go On – Celine Dion

This is one of my favorite songs from the 90s, and I think that it is one of Celine Dion’s best. It was released in 1997, and it is from the movie Titanic. I like this song because it has a great story behind it, and it brings back memories of my childhood when I would watch Titanic with my mom.

I also love how this song was written by James Horner, who also had a hand in writing some other great songs like “My Heart Will Go On” and “My Funny Friend And Me” from the animated film An American Tail: Fievel Goes West (1991).

Man! I Feel Like A Woman! – Shania Twain

Man! I Feel Like A Woman! – Shania Twain

The song that made Shania Twain a household name, this country-pop anthem is as infectious and fun as it is empowering. The lyrics are brimming with confidence and attitude, so it’s no wonder that this hit has been covered by everyone from Kelly Clarkson to Bob Dylan.

I Want Your Sex – George Michael

This song was controversial when it was released due to the explicit lyrics, but it also paved the way for a new kind of pop music: one that was sexy AND smart. It’s still one of my favorite George Michael songs and I’m not ashamed to admit it!

The 80s were a great time for music. The 80s were a great time for music. The 80s were a great time for music. The 80s were a great time for music. The 80s were a great time for music. The 80s were a great time for music.

The 90s have been called the decade of grunge, but that is only partially correct. Grunge was actually just one small part of the 90s’ musical landscape, which also included boy bands like *NSYNC and Backstreet Boys and pop singers like Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera.

But what decade had more hits? Jack Johnson? Beyoncé? Maroon 5? Justin Timberlake? The Bee Gees? I’m going with the ’90s…

Hard Knock Life – Jay–Z

Hard Knock Life – Jay–Z

If you were a kid in the ’90s, there was no escaping the Hard Knock Life. This song was everywhere and it’s still pretty popular today thanks to its catchy hook and Jay-Z’s memorable lyrics. The song was released in 1998, but it wasn’t until 1999 when it reached number one on the Billboard charts.

We Will Rock You – Queen

The first time I heard this song was when we were practicing for our middle school talent show and my friend’s parents were singing it as we were getting ready for rehearsal. We all instantly fell in love with it, which is why we chose to perform it at our show in front of our parents, who all loved it too!

Wannabe – Spice Girls

It doesn’t matter how old you are or what gender you are — everyone should know this song by heart! It’s so catchy and fun that even though it came out in 1996, people still listen to it today!

70S 80S 90S Music Hard Knock Life – Jay–Z

Doo–Wop – Lauryn Hill

Lauryn Hill – Doo-Wop (That Thing)

In 1998, Lauryn Hill brought the world one of the most powerful songs about love and relationships. The song is about a woman who is struggling with her man and his cheating ways. She begs him to stop messing around with other women because she loves him so much. He tells her that he can’t stop messing around because he doesn’t love her anymore. The song shows how heartbroken Lauryn Hill was at the time because she had just split from Rohan Marley and had a baby girl named Zion with him. She was also going through a lot of financial issues at the time after she made The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill album which was released right after Doo-Wop (That Thing) came out. After she made this album, it sold over 12 million copies worldwide and won five Grammy Awards in 1999 including Album of the Year and Best New Artist.

Are You That Somebody – Aaliyah

Are You That Somebody – Aaliyah

Aaliyah was a force to be reckoned with in the R&B world. Her first album, Age Ain’t Nothing But A Number, was released when she was just 14 years old. The album went gold and made her a star, but it wasn’t until her second album that she really showed her range. She also had a knack for picking hit songs too, collaborating with Missy Elliott on “One In A Million” and “4 Page Letter” from the Romeo Must Die soundtrack.

The song we’re looking at today is Are You That Somebody? It’s a song that’s hard not to get stuck in your head as soon as it starts playing.

Are You That Somebody – Aaliyah

Aaliyah, the R&B singer who died in 2001 at age 22, has a lot going for her beyond her music. She starred in the movie “Romeo Must Die” and was nominated for two Grammys. But her biggest hit was “Are You That Somebody?” from the soundtrack to “Dr. Dolittle.” It’s a catchy, upbeat song that shows off Aaliyah’s smooth voice.

You Make Me Wanna – Usher

You Make Me Wanna – Usher

This song was the first single off of his 2004 album “Confessions.” It was a huge success, reaching number one on the Billboard Hot 100 and staying there for ten weeks. The song won Usher a Grammy Award for Best Male R&B Vocal Performance in 2005.

I Want You to Want Me – Cheap Trick

This was the first single off of Cheap Tricks fifth studio album “In Color” which came out in 1977. It reached number six on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and number five in Canada. The song also charted at number four in Australia and number three in New Zealand. This song is still played on radio today, because it was so popular when it came out!

You Make Me Wanna – Usher

Sung by Usher Raymond IV, “You Make Me Wanna” is a song about a man’s desire for a woman. The song was released in 1999 by LaFace Records and Arista Records as the third single from Usher’s second album My Way (1997). It was produced by Jermaine Dupri and Manuel Seal, Jr., with co-production from Sean Combs.

The song peaked at number two on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in the United States and topped the singles charts in New Zealand and Australia as well as reaching the top ten in Ireland and the United Kingdom.

In 2000, it was nominated for Best R&B/Urban Contemporary Performance at the 42nd Annual Grammy Awards.

Hip-Hop Hooray – Naughty By Nature

Hip-Hop Hooray – Naughty By Nature

A lot of kids were listening to the hip hop in the 90’s and 2000’s. I was one of them. I loved the music and still do. Here is a song by Naughty By Nature called Hip Hop Hooray. They were a rap group from New Jersey, who had some hits during their career. The hit that I remember is OPP (Other Peoples Property).

Hip Hop Hooray – Naughty By Nature

The 90s was a great time for hip hop music. It was a time when artists were coming up with their own style, their own sound and their own way of doing things. This song is one of my favorites from Naughty By Nature’s debut album “O.P.P” which was released on February 27, 1991. The album went double platinum in the US and reached number three on the Billboard 200 chart. It also spawned other popular tracks like “Feel Me Flow” and “Hip Hop Hooray” which made it to the top 10 on Billboard Hot 100 chart.

Killing Me Softly – The Fugees

Killing Me Softly – The Fugees

This is a great song by The Fugees. This song is full of emotion. It features Lauryn Hill, Wyclef Jean and Pras Michel. It was released in 1994 and was the third single from their debut album, Blunted on Reality. The song was written by Roberta Flack, who originally recorded it in 1972. It became a hit after being covered by The Fugees.

The song tells the story of a woman who falls in love with a man who she thinks doesn’t love her back because he always treats her so delicately that it makes her feel like he doesn’t want to hurt her feelings by treating her harshly. She wishes that he would treat her more harshly because she wants him to show his love for her more clearly than he does now by being gentle with her all the time.

Killing Me Softly – The Fugees

Killing me softly with your song. The most romantic song is Killing me softly by the Fugees. It’s a great love song that really speaks to the heart of any man or woman who has ever been in love. The music is beautiful and the words are simple, but they are also very powerful. This is one of those songs that you just can’t get out of your head once you hear it. It will stay on repeat in your mind for days after hearing it for the first time.

One thing about this song that makes it so special is that it was written by Roberta Flack, who was trying to make a name for herself in the music industry at the time and needed something catchy to help her get noticed. She decided to write a song about her feelings for Donny Hathaway who was also trying to break into the music business at the time. His version of this song ended up becoming a huge hit and went on to win two Grammy Awards in 1973 as well as receiving several other accolades including being inducted into both The Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame And Songwriters Hall Of Fame In 2003!

This Is How We Do It – Montell Jordan

This Is How We Do It – Montell Jordan

In the 90s, Montell Jordan was the king of rap and his song “This Is How We Do It” was a huge hit.

The song came out in July 1995 and reached number 5 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The video was also very popular and was nominated for Video of the Year at the 1996 MTV Music Video Awards.

In the 90s, Montell Jordan was the king of rap and his song “This Is How We Do It” was a huge hit. The song came out in July 1995 and reached number 5 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The video was also very popular and was nominated for Video of the Year at the 1996 MTV Music Video Awards.

This Is How We Do It – Montell Jordan

I like it, I love it, I want some more of it. This song is awesome! The beat is so catchy and it’s a great party song. It makes me want to dance every time I hear it.

If you are from my generation, you will remember this song from the 90’s. If you are not from my generation, you will still like this song because it is so catchy and fun!

Shoop – Salt-N-Pepa

Shoop – Salt-N-Pepa

Shoop is a song by American hip hop trio Salt-N-Pepa, released as the first single from their fifth studio album Brand New. The song was written and produced by Hurby Luv Bug (Salt-N-Pepa’s DJ) and William “Spanky” McCurdy III. It was released in March 1994 as the lead single from Brand New.

The song reached number four on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, becoming the group’s highest peaking song on that chart. It was also a top 10 hit in many countries around the world.

Shoop – Salt-N-Pepa

I’m so excited! This is my favorite song from one of my favorite groups. I love the beat and the lyrics are just as good. The video is so cool too! This was one of the first videos that I saw by Salt-N-Pepa and I have loved them ever since. The group was formed by Cheryl James and Sandra Denton in 1986. They were originally a trio with Latoya Hanson, but she left the group in 1988 due to personal issues. They were signed to Next Plateau Records and released their debut album Hot, Cool & Vicious in 1988. It didn’t do well commercially, but it did help them get noticed by other record companies as they were nominated for Best Rap Group at the 1989 American Music Awards. Their next album A Salt With A Deadly Pepa peaked at number 88 on Billboard’s Top R&B/Hip Hop Albums chart. In 1990 they released Blam!, which included hits like “Shake Your Thang” and “Expression,” which both peaked at number 1 on Billboard’s Hot Rap Singles chart.

Fantasy – Mariah Carey

Mariah Carey Fantasy

Mariah Carey’s fantasy is one of the biggest selling albums of all time. It was released in 1995 and sold over 45 million copies worldwide. It was also the first album to be released on Virgin Records and it won two Grammy Awards for Best Pop Vocal Album and Album of the Year. The album contains some of Mariah’s best known songs including ‘Fantasy’, ‘One Sweet Day’ with Boyz II Men, ‘Always Be My Baby’, ‘Forever’ and ‘Honey’.

Fantasy

Mariah Carey’s Fantasy is one of the most iconic albums of our time. It was released on November 17th, 1995. It features the hit singles Fantasy, One Sweet Day and Always Be My Baby. The album was certified diamond by the RIAA for sales of 10 million copies in the United States alone. This album has sold over 28 million copies worldwide and is considered one of the best-selling albums of all time.

This album also won a Grammy Award for Best Pop Vocal Album in 1996 and was nominated for Album of the Year at the 38th Annual Grammy Awards (1996).

Shook Ones Pt. Ii – Mobb Deep

Shook Ones Pt. II is the second single from Mobb Deep’s debut album, Juvenile Hell. The song was produced by Havoc and features a sample of “Walk on By” by Isaac Hayes.

The track samples Isaac Hayes’ “Walk On By”, and it is one of the most popular hip-hop songs of all time. The lyrics are about a person who has just been shot, but wants revenge on the person who shot him or her. The song also features a sample from “I Get Around” by 2Pac and Ice Cube’s “Check Yo Self”.

Shook Ones Pt. Ii – Mobb Deep

Shook Ones Pt. II is a song by rapper Prodigy of hip hop duo Mobb Deep. It was released on June 8, 1995 as the lead single from their second album The Infamous, which was released in January 1996.

The song samples “The Attack” by Donald Byrd & The Blackbyrds (1973) and “I Get Lifted” by George McCrae (1974). The song’s lyrics are a continuation from the group’s first single, Shook Ones Part I, which was released on their debut album Juvenile Hell. In the song, Prodigy raps about his life as a drug dealer and how he became involved with gang violence; it also refers to him being sent to jail for 18 months for possession of illegal substances.

The video for Shook Ones Part II was directed by Paul Hunter and featured Pookie Loc and Lil’ Kim dancing alongside Prodigy in front of a white background. The video was nominated for two MTV Video Music Awards: Best Rap Video (which it lost to “Hypnotize” by Notorious B.I.G.) and Best New Artist (which it lost to Mariah Carey).

Smashing Pumpkins

Smashing Pumpkins

Smashing Pumpkins are an American alternative rock band formed in Chicago, Illinois, in 1988. The band consists of Billy Corgan (lead vocals, guitars), James Iha (guitars, backing vocals), Jimmy Chamberlin (drums) and Jeff Schroeder (guitar, backing vocals). Although the band has been through several personnel changes, Corgan has been the only constant member. After signing to Virgin Records in 1991, Smashing Pumpkins broke into the musical mainstream with their second album Siamese Dream (1993). They followed with a series of successful albums in the 1990s, including 1993’s Siamese Dream and 1995’s double album Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness. The latter was their first album to reach number one on the Billboard 200 chart in the United States and sold more than ten million copies worldwide.[1] After conflicts with their label and a decline in commercial success toward the end of the decade, Corgan began to release solo material under his own name while Chamberlin returned to his previous band in 1998.

Heartbreak Hotel – Whitney Houston Ft. Faith Evans And Kelly Price

Heartbreak Hotel – Whitney Houston Ft. Faith Evans And Kelly Price

Heartbreak Hotel is a song written by Billy Edd Wheeler and made famous by Elvis Presley. The song was featured on the album from the same name in 1956, released by RCA Records. It was recorded on January 10, 1956 at Sun Record Studios in Memphis, Tennessee, United States. “Heartbreak Hotel” was released as a single on January 27, 1956 and reached number 2 on the Billboard Top 100 chart and number 1 on the Cashbox chart. It was certified Gold on February 13, 1960 by the Recording Industry Association of America. In 2004, it became the first song to reach No. 1 on iTunes Store sales charts without an official music video when it sold over 50,000 downloads in its first week of availability.

Heartbreak Hotel – Whitney Houston Ft. Faith Evans And Kelly Price

Heartbreak Hotel was recorded for the soundtrack of the 1992 movie The Bodyguard, and released as a single in 1992. It was written by Barry Mann, Cynthia Weil and Tom Snow. The song was a special collaboration between Whitney Houston and her close friends Faith Evans and Kelly Price, who joined her in recording this song (Faith Evans sang the lead vocals on the intro).

The song became one of Whitney’s most iconic hits. It received critical acclaim from music critics and reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, staying there for three weeks. The single also topped the UK Singles Chart and peaked at number two on the Hot Dance Club Play chart, peaking at number four on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.

Pony – Ginuwine

Pony – Ginuwine

Pony is a song by American R&B singer Ginuwine from his debut album, Ginuwine…the Bachelor. It was released as the album’s lead single on May 7, 1996 and proved to be one of his most successful releases. The single reached number eight on the Billboard Hot 100 and number two on the Billboard R&B chart in 1996. The song reached #1 in New Zealand and #2 in Australia.

The song was produced by Timbaland, who provided the beat and scratches, while Missy Elliott provided background vocals and sang the hook melody. The song also appears on the soundtrack to The Best Man (1999).

Pony – Ginuwine

The good thing about the song is that, it makes me feel like I am back in my college days, when life was simple and fun. The bad thing is that it is sooooooo overplayed on the radio and TV!

Ginuwine – Pony

Ginuwine’s debut single, “Pony,” was a song about making love to a woman, and it was an instant smash. The song was released in 1996 and reached No. 4 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

The song also won a Grammy Award for Best Male R&B Vocal Performance in 1997.

The Boy Is Mine – Brandy & Monica

The Boy Is Mine – Brandy & Monica

The song that started the whole “singers calling out other singers for stealing their man” trend, The Boy Is Mine was a smash hit for both Brandy and Monica. It was written by Rodney Jerkins, LaShawn Daniels, Fred Jerkins III and LaShawn Daniels.

For You I Will – Santana featuring Michelle Branch

Santana is one of those artists who tends to do everything well. He writes songs well, he sings them well and he plays guitar like nobody’s business. This song is no exception; it has all of his signature elements but with a more pop-friendly feel than some of his other songs. It’s not surprising that he teamed up with Michelle Branch on this one because she has a similar vibe – great voice, lots of emotion and an ability to tell stories through lyrics. For You I Will was nominated for two Grammys including Best Pop Collaboration With Vocals.

Always Be My Baby – Mariah Carey

Mariah Carey, who celebrates her birthday today, has been a major influence on the music industry for decades.

Born and raised in New York City, Carey began her singing career at age 12. She rose to fame in 1990 with her third album, Emotions. The album sold more than 15 million copies worldwide and yielded five hit singles: “Emotions,” “Can’t Let Go,” “Make It Happen,” “Someday” and “You’re So Cold.”

The singer’s biggest hits include:

“Always Be My Baby” – Carey’s first number one song was released in 1996 off her sixth studio album Daydream. The song sold more than 6 million copies worldwide.

The 90s was a time of great music. It was the time when I fell in love with music and discovered so many new artists. It was also the time when I started to understand that one could actually make money from making music.

In this article, I will share some of my favorite songs from the 90s. The list is not exhaustive, but it contains some of my personal favorites.

Always Be My Baby by Mariah Carey

I think this is one of the most beautiful songs ever written. Whenever I hear it, I get goosebumps on my skin. The lyrics are so touching and they really speak to me as a human being who likes to be loved and appreciated by those he loves and appreciates him back.

I Swear – All-4-One

I Swear

All-4-One

I swear, I’ll never be untrue. I’ll be there to the end, of time. In good times or bad times, if we have to cry or smile. You know I’ll be by your side. ‘Cause you’re my best friend through it all, through it all, through it all. When we need a shoulder to lean on, I’ll be there for you to cry on and wipe away your tears. So if you ever find yourself in trouble, if you ever need someone to help you out. Just look up at the sky and know that together we will make it through any storm. And when the rain comes down keep your head up high because everything will work out fine and dandy as long as we stick together like glue!

I Swear

All-4-One

I swear I’m gonna make you cry

I swear I’ll never leave you behind

I swear I’ll always be your friend

I swear I’ll never say goodbye.

Wannabe – Spice Girls

Wannabe – Spice Girls

The Spice Girls are the best-selling female group of all time, with 80 million records sold worldwide. The quintet got together in 1994 and made their debut with ‘Wannabe’ in 1996. The song only reached number two in the UK, but was a massive hit around the world. It went on to sell over six million copies in the UK alone, making it one of the best-selling singles ever released there. The video saw them dressed up as different characters from around the world, including a nurse, a policewoman and a housewife.

I’ll Be There – Mariah Carey

Mariah Carey has been one of the biggest pop stars on the planet since she burst onto the scene in 1990s with hits like ‘Vision Of Love’ and ‘Dreamlover’. But it wasn’t until her third album that she became an international superstar with her single ‘I’ll Be There (If You Ever Want Me)’ from 1997’s Butterfly album which hit number one across Europe and America. It became her first number one single in Australia too!

You Were Meant For Me – Jewel

You Were Meant For Me – Jewel

You Were Meant For Me is a song by American singer Jewel from her debut album, Pieces of You (1995). It was released as the second single from the album on February 3, 1996. The song reached number one on Billboard’s Hot 100 Airplay chart and number five on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1996.

The music video for “You Were Meant For Me” was directed by Samuel Bayer who also directed numerous music videos for Nirvana and Smashing Pumpkins. It features Jewel performing in an empty room with a microphone stand and her piano in front of her.

The song was released as the second single from her debut album Pieces of You. The single reached number one in New Zealand and number two in Australia, while reaching number seven in the United States Billboard Hot 100 chart.

The song was written by Jewel and David Ricketts. It was released as the second single from her debut album Pieces of You (1995). The single reached number one in New Zealand and number two in Australia, while reaching number seven in the United States Billboard Hot 100 chart.

The song is about a woman who has been hurt by love, but still believes that she can find true love with a man who will not hurt her again.

Crash Into Me – Dave Matthews Band

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A collection of the best songs from the 70s 80s & 90s.

A list of the best songs from the 70s, 80s and 90s.

The greatest hits from the 60’s to today’s top 40 hits!

I Want You Back – Jackson 5

One of the most important groups in the history of pop music, the Jackson 5 were a family act from Gary, Indiana. The group was led by Jackie, who was just nine years old when he and his brothers began performing together. Their first album, Diana Ross Presents the Jackson 5, was released in 1969. They had several hits throughout the ’70s including “I Want You Back,” which is still one of their most popular songs today.

FAQs for 70S 80S 90S Music

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What Was The 80S Decades Most Popular Song?

The most popular song of the 80s was “Beat It” by Michael Jackson. It was released in 1983 and became the first video to receive a Grammy.

What Was The 80S Decades Most Popular Song?

In the 1980s, Michael Jackson reached new heights as an artist, with his album Thriller becoming one of the best-selling albums of all time. The album spawned several hit singles including “Billie Jean,” “Beat It,” “Human Nature,” and “P.Y.T.”

The decade also saw Madonna emerge as a pop icon with her self-titled debut album Madonna (1983). Other notable artists from this era include Prince, Cyndi Lauper, Bruce Springsteen and Bon Jovi.

The 80s decade was a time of pop culture and music that transcended generations. It was the decade of Madonna, Michael Jackson, Duran Duran, Prince, Whitney Houston and many other iconic artists that dominated the airwaves.

What song was most popular in the 80s? There are several songs that could be considered the most popular song of the decade, but there is one clear winner: Michael Jackson’s “Thriller.”

The song was released in 1982 and became a worldwide phenomenon. It has sold over 100 million copies worldwide and is one of the best-selling singles of all time. The song is also listed as one of Rolling Stone’s 500 Greatest Songs of All Time and it is ranked number two on Billboard’s All-Time Hot 100 chart.

The video for “Thriller” was directed by John Landis and featured horror movie elements such as zombies and werewolves. It has been credited with introducing many young people to horror movies who may not have otherwise been interested in them.

What Was The Biggest Hit Of The 90S?

The 90s was a great decade for music. If you were born in the 80s and you’re reading this article, then chances are that you’ll remember some of the songs from the decade. And if you weren’t born in the 80s, don’t worry! We’re going to take you on a trip down memory lane, so that you can see what made this decade so special.

So, let’s get started!

1) What Was The Biggest Hit Of The 90S?

The biggest hit of the 90s was “Smells Like Teen Spirit” by Nirvana, which was released in 1991. This song was part of their album Nevermind and it became an instant hit all over the world. It reached number one on Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1992 and stayed there for seven weeks straight!

What Was The Biggest Hit Of The 90S?

The 90s were the decade of change. It was a time when people were trying to figure out who they were and where they fit into the world, and it was also a time of great music. While some say that the best music came out in the 70s and 80s, we think that there are plenty of great songs from this decade as well. So what was the biggest hit of the 90s?

If we had to choose one song, it would have to be “Smells Like Teen Spirit” by Nirvana. It was released in 1991, but it became popular in 1992 and 1993 when grunge became popular with other bands like Pearl Jam. This song is one of the most iconic songs from any era and will always be remembered for its unique sound and lyrics that spoke about society at that time.

What Was The Greatest Hit In The 80S?

A list of the greatest hits in the 80s.

1. “Informer” by Snow

2. “Sunglasses at Night” by Corey Hart

3. “Safety Dance” by Men Without Hats

4. “Take On Me” by A-Ha

5. “Just Can’t Get Enough” by Depeche Mode

6. “Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go” by Wham!

The 80s was a decade of radical change. The music industry was transformed, with the introduction of MTV and the compact disc. And the world itself was changing as well, with the Cold War at its height, the Berlin Wall coming down, and the end of the Soviet Union.

It’s hard to pick just one song to represent an entire decade of music. But if we had to choose just one song from this decade that we could play forever without ever getting tired of it, it would be “Billie Jean” by Michael Jackson.

The song is about a woman who claims that Michael Jackson is the father of her child — even though they’ve only been seeing each other for six months! How could she possibly know that? Well, she says he has a tattoo of a spider on his chest…

But then we find out why: She’s trying to get money out of him by claiming he’s the father! It’s a great story that gives us all kinds of things to think about — like how crazy people can be when it comes to money!

What Is The Best Song In The 90?

This is a list of the best songs of the 90s, starting in 1990 and ending in 1999. It was one of the best decades for music, with many artists and songs that will live on forever. Some of the best tracks from this era include “Smells Like Teen Spirit” by Nirvana, “I’ll Be Missing You” by Puff Daddy and Faith Evans featuring 112, “Under The Bridge” by Red Hot Chili Peppers, “Thinking Out Loud” by Ed Sheeran, “Time Of Your Life (Good Riddance)” by Green Day and many more.

What Is The Best Song In The 90?

There are so many great songs released in the 90s that it’s hard to pick just one as being the best. Some people may think it’s impossible to choose just one song from such an amazing decade for music! That’s why we’ve created this list – so you can vote for your favourite songs from this era!

What Was The Biggest Hit Of The 70S?

What Was The Biggest Hit Of The 70S?

The biggest hit of the 70s was “You Light Up My Life” by Debby Boone. It was released in 1977 and sold over a million records in its first week, which is a feat that hasn’t been duplicated until today. This song was also No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 for 10 weeks, making it one of the longest-charting songs of all time.

What Was The Biggest Hit Of The 80S?

The biggest hit of the 80s was “Never Gonna Give You Up” by Rick Astley. Released in 1987, this song spent four weeks at No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart and reached No. 2 on Billboard’s Top 40 Mainstream chart as well as No. 12 on Billboard’s Adult Contemporary chart!

The biggest hit of the 70s was “You Light Up My Life” by Debby Boone. It was released in 1977, and it spent 10 weeks at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

In terms of sales, the top selling album of the 70s was Fleetwood Mac’s Rumours, which sold over 40 million copies worldwide. The album also won four Grammy awards, including Album of the Year in 1978.

The biggest hit single of the 70s was “You Light Up My Life,” which was originally a hit for Debby Boone in 1977. The song spent 10 weeks at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, and has been certified platinum for selling over 2 million copies in the U.S.

What Are 5 Popular Songs Of The 1980’S And Their Year?

There are many popular songs of the 1980s. We’ll be looking at 5 of them in this article. If you want to know more about the history of music, check out the previous articles in the series:

1. What Are 5 Popular Songs Of The 1960’S And Their Year?

2. What Are 5 Popular Songs Of The 1970’S And Their Year?

3. What Are 5 Popular Songs Of The 1990’S And Their Year?

4. What Are 5 Popular Songs Of The 2000’S And Their Year?

5. What Are 5 Popular Songs Of The 2010’S And Their Year?

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