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Way back 1995, "Tell Me" was released by the duo called "Groove Theory"
and it became a successful track in the US and internationally.
This R&B track became instant classic favorite the world over.
Songs come and go but not "Tell Me" as people still listen and love it in 2020
and for years ahead and for many generations to come.
We got the best R&B in the 90's, songs that were ahead of their time.
Watch and listen again to "Tell Me" in case you've already forgotten.
The first-ever music video shown on MTV in the US
is "Video Killed The Radio Star" by The Buggles in August 1, 1981
during the launch of the channel.
Although it was not the first music video ever made
because music videos had been in existence decades past,
but it significantly boosted the use of this medium to promote records.
Music videos are the most-watched clips on the YouTube Channel
getting several billions of views worldwide for many of them.
Watch again the video for "Video Killed The Radio Star".
Familiar with this song "Stay (I Missed You)" by Lisa Loeb and Nine Stories?
It became massive internationally when released 1994
as the lead single from the original movie soundtrack Reality Bites,
a 1994 American romantic comedy-drama film
which starred Winona Ryder, Ethan Hawke and Ben Stiller.
This song soon topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart in the US
even though Loeb was not signed to any record label
and doing same in other countries.
The music video for the song is basic and simple with no special effects
but only continuous shots of Lisa Loeb inside an apartment.
Where were you in 1994 when this song came out?
So much to talk about music in the 90's because it's still relevant.
It's as if 90's music was way ahead of its time because you relive it over and over.
Just like "All I Wanna Do" by Sheryl Crow is still as good as ever.
Sheryl Crow is an American musician, singer, songwriter and actress
and her music incorporates elements of pop, rock, country, jazz, and blues.
"All I Wanna Do" is the 3rd single released
from her 1993 debut album "Tuesday Night Music Club"
and considered to be one of her biggest hits in the US and elsewhere.
Listen to the song again and try to remember where you were in 1994.
If I were to provide a list of the best songs in the 90's
I could readily include "What's Up?" by 4 Non Blondes.
The rich and soulful voice of Linda Perry and the song itself really stood up.
"What's Up" was released in 1993 and became massive hit internationally.
The American alternative rock band 4 Non Blondes released it
as the 2nd single from their one and only album Bigger, Better, Faster, More!.
Watch and listen to it again now.
There are tracks that sound so good they become your instant favorites
and forever included in your music collection or music playlist
and you can't wait to purchase whenever they're available.
aBut there are also those that sound weird or bizarre at first listen,
you're wondering how artists come up with such.
But after few replays, you're beginning to make a connection
until such time that you learned to like them.
Just like this song from 1991 "The Sweater"
from the album "Angel Food for Thought" by Meryn Cadell,
an American-Canadian singer/songwriter.
Pretty Woman is a 1990 American romantic comedy film
which stars Julia Roberts and Richard Gere.
The film was hugely successful at the box office.
The tracks "King Of Wishful Thinking" by Go West,
"It Must Have Been Love" by Roxette and "Fallen" by Lauren Wood
have become classic favorites worldwide.
The video below plays non-stop from beginning to end
containing all the 11 tracks from the soundtrack album.
I've got a playlist here that is unlike your usual playlist,
a collection of several tracks not regularly played on the radio.
You might find them weird or uninteresting, but you'll love them later on.
I don't know how to classify these kinds of music
but I like to listen to them over and over because they're easy to listen to.
Spend some time listening to these and you'll learn to get used in time.
The video contains 18 tracks that will just auto play until the last one.
"Dame Tu Cosita" (Give me your little thing)
is a very popular song by Panamanian artist El Chombo,
featuring Jamaican dancehall musician Cutty Ranks.
The music video features an alien dancing to the tune.
Since its upload on YouTube on April 5, 2018,
it has been viewed more than 2,576,993,942
making it one of the most-viewed music videos on YouTube
as of July 30, 2020.
Music Videos of your favorite tracks.