Music in the 1990's was a whirlwind of pop, rock, rap, r&b, alternative, dance, punk, grunge, and even ska. Fueled by the new "The Internet", 90's music trends seemed to change about every couple of years, but there are certain artists who kept us calm, constant, and comfortable that are still listenable to this very day. Let's relive some of the one-hit wonder women that saved the 90's!Wilson Phillips - Hold On
Growing up together in Southern California, this American vocal trio consisted of celeb daughters Carnie Wilson, Wendy Wilson, and Chynna Phillips. Their fathers are Brian Wilson of "The Beach Boys" and John and Michelle Phillips of "The Mamas & the Papas".
Their 1990 self-titled debut album sold over 10 million albums worldwide and their major hit "Hold On" landed at number one on Billboard, knocking Madonna's "Vogue" out of the top spot. Wilson Phillips made history for the best selling album by a female group, a record previously held by The Supremes.
The group disbanded in 1992 but have recently reunited to appear in movies, television, and to sell things on QVC.( Collapse )What are some of your favorite female one-hit wonders of the 90's, ONTD? Let's ask your Pokémon cards, Homies™, and Wedding Singer DVD's to see what they think.
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