Seriously, I think that next to Spice Girls, Destiny’s Child were my favorite female singers ever. They were a huge formative influence because their songs were consistently good, their music videos were fun and they were all about female empowerment and calling out dudes who were the worst.
I’m still a little sad that they aren’t making more music together, but at least I have the memories. Here are 10 Destiny’s Child memories that definitely changed my life and, unless you’re a “Bugaboo“, they probably changed yours, too!
Britney Spears had one of the biggest musical presences of my childhood. I watched her music videos on MTV, watched her concerts on Disney Channel, bought her first CD–scratch that, I think I had it on cassette tape–and played it to death.
Britney Spears has been formative because she was the epitome of a teenybopper pop princess. Here are 12 Britney Spears moments that changed my life and probably changed yours too.
A playlist honoring all the boy band fangirls of the 90s. Here’s to dancing to “Everybody” at roller skating birthday parties, ending friendships after debates about the cutest member and thinking that matching, oversized athletic gear was a good look.
‘N Sync – Tearin’ Up My Heart | Boyz II Men – Motown Philly | 5ive – When The Lights Go Out | Color Me Badd – I Wanna Sex You Up | LFO – Summer Girls | 98 Degrees – True To Your Heart | New Kids On The Block – Step By Step | Backstreet Boys – Everybody (Backstreet’s Back) | Hanson – MMMBop