Whatever: Hits of the ’90s – Various Artists

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Whatever: Hits of the ’90s

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Genre: Pop

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Release Date: January 18, 2011

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90’s teen heartthrob Luke Perry dead at 52

Actor Luke Perry, who rose to superstardom on the teen-oriented 1990s U.S. television drama “Beverly Hills 90210” died on Monday at the age of 52 after suffering a “massive” stroke last week.


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The Dream of the ’90s Is Alive in Rat Boy’s Punk Rock

The 22-year-old English musician Jordan Cardy sends up authority and celebrates slackerdom in songs that combine the energy of punk with the storytelling of hip-hop.
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20 #1’s: 90’s R&B – Various Artists

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Whatever: Hip Hop Hits of the ’90s – Various Artists

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Whatever: Hip Hop Hits of the ’90s

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Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

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Release Date: January 18, 2011

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‘Riverdale’: KJ Apa Has Perfected His ’90s Luke Perry Impression & You Have To See It!

On the red carpet at the Toronto International Film Festival, “Riverdale” star KJ Apa shares with Access guest correspondent Mike Catherwood a little teaser of his impression of ’90s “90210”-era Luke Perry. (Note: KJ is set to play a younger version of Luke’s character, Fred Andrews, in an upcoming Season 3 episode of “Riverdale.”) Plus, KJ tells Mike about his new film, “The Hate U Give,” and why he thinks co-star Amandla Stenberg will impress audiences.


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Whatever: Alt Rock Hits of the ’90s – Various Artists

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Whatever: Alt Rock Hits of the ’90s

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Genre: Alternative

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Throwback Tunes: 90’s – Various Artists

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Release Date: October 20, 2017

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Pop stars of the ’90s: Then and now

<p>As Vanilla Ice turns 50 on Oct. 31, 2017, we take a look at pop stars of the 1990s and how they have changed over the years.</p>
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‘Turning The Tables’: Women Of The ’90s

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Pop stars of the ’90s: Then and now

Do you remember the pop stars of the 1990s? Take a look at how they have changed over the years.
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Martin Lawrence To Be Honored At VH1’s Hip Hop Honors: The 90’s Game Changers

When you think of 90’s Hip-Hop, Martin Lawrence is most definitely a point of discussion. So it should be no surprise that the actor and comedian will be honored at VH1’s forthcoming Hip Hop Honors: The 90’s Game Changers.

Billed as a 90’s style block party, the evening will celebrate the era of Hip-Hop’s influence on Pop culture, television, movies and its albums. The ceremony goes down Sunday, September 17 at Paramount Studios in Hollywood but will air on Monday, September 18 at 9PM ET/PT on VH1.

Last year’s Hip Hop Honors paid homage to females MC’s like Lil Kim, Queen Latifah and Missy Elliott.

Lawrence is just the first announced honoree with more to follow (get more info right here.). The comedian’s impact in the 90’s spanned television (his namesake show), movies (Bad Boys, Big Momma’s House) and stand up (he hosted Def Comedy Jam).

To quote Gang Starr, you gots to give the credit when the credit is due. With that said, let us look back at one of the funniest scenes from Martin, ever (RIP Tommy Ford).

 

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50 songs every ’90s kid will remember

The '90s was a great decade that included jams from powerful singers like Celine Dion to groups like Boyz II Men to the formation of the Backstreet Boys.
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Rappers of the ’90s: Where are they now?

From Coolio to Mase and more, find out what the biggest hip-hop stars of the '90s are up to today.
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Stephen Colbert Likens Donald Trump’s Administration To This Classic ’90s Mob Movie

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These Photos Prove Just How Awesome the ’90s Were for Claire Danes

The actress reflects on her “Winona Ryder years,” the designer who taught her about fashion, and the latest season of Homeland.
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Welcome To The World’s Only ’90s Nostalgia Retreat Complex

Are you tired of the world we currently live in? Wanna get back to a simpler time, when things made sense? Maybe … the ’90s?!

Introducing the new ’90s Nostalgia Retreat!

From the trends to the celebs to the day Kurt Cobain died, at the ’90s Nostalgia Retreat, you can experience everything that made the 1990s the best decade that has ever existed.*

*Except for swing dancing. That was terrible. We all know it. Someone was asleep at the wheel for that one.

 

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People in Louisiana Just Can’t Get Enough ’90s Fashion Trends, According to Google Data

Combat boots. Levi's 501s. Slip dresses. Plaid. Dark lipstick. Not only are all of these things totally on-trend right now, but half of them appeared on the recent spring 2016 runways, too. Looks like dressing…


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27 Totally ’90s Costumes That Are All That. Walkman Optional

“Clueless.” “The Sandlot.” Kurt Cobain. You really think there’s a decade with more costume-worthy pop culture than the ’90s? As if!

What better way to make a splash on the Halloween scene this year than with a get-up inspired by the 10 years that were definitely da bomb? Luckily for you, we’ve rounded up 27 costumes to bring you and your friends back to the supafly decade. 

From Salt-N-Pepa to a Got Milk? advertisement, these ideas are better than your favorite pogs, Lunchables and Lisa Frank designs — combined.

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Drew Barrymore’s ’90s Fashion Trend of Choice, the Nightgown Dress, Is Back for Spring

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Classic ’90s Cartoons Get Remixed With This Hilarious Hashtag

Nickelodeon is bringing back several popular ’90s cartoon TV shows in a new programming block titled, “The Splat“ and everyone is rejoicing. It will feature 14 shows and is set to premiere on Oct. 5, from 10 p.m.- 6 a.m. Comedians , and  appeared on Tuesday’s episode of late night comedy show, “@midnight with Chris Hardwick” to celebrate the return of ’90s nostalgia to TV.

During the “Hashtag Wars” skit, with the theme #HipHopCartoons, the comedians fused the titles of classic TV cartoons with the names of famous rappers, hip-hop albums and lyrics. Check out the hilarious results below.

But the remixes didn’t stop there.

The Internet jumped in the on the fun, too, and #HipHopCartoons began trending on Twitter. Scroll down below to find out what happened when the titles of throwback cartoons got a hip-hop twist. 

 

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Rosie Assoulin Takes the ’90s Raver Pant to the Pool for Spring

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Wide-leg and low-slung, the ’90s raver pant is making a comeback—but then Rosie Assoulin fans have been hip to this newfangled infatuation for a while now, haven’t they?

If the designer’s presentation at the Tony Dapolito Recreation Center today was anything to go by, then those signature billowing trousers are ready to dance into new waters for spring.

By styling them with a minimalist one-piece swimsuit underneath, Assoulin channeled the classic onstage uniform of ’90s rock babe Gwen Stefani and showcased how to bring the “pool to the street,” as Vogue.com Market Editor Kelly Connor puts it. “A sleek maillot balances out the proportions of the pants so well. The wide-leg pant can be a hard look to pull off, but Rosie shows us how to do it with out losing its attitude,” says Connor, who put together this slideshow of chic ways to get the look right now. “I can tell you now this will certainly be my look next summer.” And we’re sure plenty of hollaback girls would agree.

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Das EFX And Lords of the Underground Explain Their 90’s Era “Beef”

The 90’s was such a dope period in Hip-Hop. There was a groundswell of tremendously talented MC’s coming out of every ‘hood all over the land. There was also a lot of beef. Lyrics were exchanged between Das EFX and Lords of the Underground, both of whom had similar imagery surrounding their groups. Das was “straight from the sewer” and Lords was from “the underground,” which caused some to think there was tension. And then, Mr. Funkee of the Lords rapped, “We dropped psycho and everybody thought that it was DAS……. it didn’t effect me! Real Hip-Hop fans were like “Ohhhhhhhhh…..”

However, the beef that we saw never fully manifested itself. To this date, the story was untold. Skoob & Krazy Drayz of Das EFX and Doitall of the Lords recently met at – ironically – 24 Hours of Peace, a community event in Newark, NJ. AllHipHop’s Chuck “Jigsaw” Creekmur talked to the guys about what went awry and how they eventually fixed it.

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The Best ’90s Workouts: From Supermodel Fitness to Figure Skating

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Tired of overcomplicated workouts that require you to tone your glutes while cycling while circuit training on a box while running laps around a lake? Take a step back in time and embrace the simple yet effective workouts of the nineties. The era was all about signing up for endeavors like Olympic-inspired ice-skating lessons, or the easy, on-the-go sport of Rollerblading. It was also a time when speed walking was the rage—converting a trip to the mall into a potential calorie burner. Even supermodels were in on the fitness grind, with everyone from Cindy Crawford to Claudia Schiffer demonstrating high-rep, body-sculpting sets through pixelated VHS specials, solidifying the nineties as the decade we’d all like to break a sweat in. Here, see the best workouts of the era.

 




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Even if you weren’t a fan of the Olympics, there was no escaping America’s obsession with the bedazzled, toe-looping round-the-rink sport from the early nineties onward. By the end of the decade, medalists Nancy Kerrigan, Kristi Yamaguchi, Tara Lipinski, and Michelle Kwan had inspired everyone and their scrunchie-topped mother to sign up for skate lessons.

 




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Today models may take classes like SLT to target the tiniest of muscles, or power through sweat-inducing SoulCycle sessions, but back in the heyday of the supers, it was all about instructional aerobics via VHS. Think: Phenoma-bods like Elle Macpherson in an itty-bitty sports bra—and plenty of hair mousse—teaming up with trainer Karen Voight for a series of toe-touching moves; or Claudia Schiffer, who gave us a guide to perfectly fit arms set to acid-jazz. There was also Cindy Crawford, who, in between “girl push-ups” under the no-nonsense supervision of celebrity trainer Radu, refreshed herself with water as if she was perspiring in a Pepsi commercial.

 








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Speed Walking
Was everything faster in the nineties? Somewhat. There was speed dating—the less tech-savvy version of Tinder. And on the workout side, there was also speed walking—or power walking—the more relaxed cousin of jogging. Think: the ladies of Sex and the City discussing their love lives as they briskly booked it around Central Park. Fast walking eventually became such a hit, that fans of the heart-pumping sport regularly did laps around malls and shopping centers.

 








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“Do you blade, bro?” If you were around in the nineties, your answer would be “yes.” Back then, Rollerblading was ubiquitous, making appearances everywhere from SunnyD commercials to “yah dude” silver-screen films like Airborne. Eventually, the peppy cardio and leg-strengthening sport had everyone slipping on their inlines for some gnarly blade time, whether the goal was a work commute or a leisurely boardwalk spin.

 








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Madonna was on to something when she exerted those rigid, robotic, and all-too-chic arm movements in her 1990 music video “Vogue.” Though all the rage on the dance floor, and optimal for biceps and triceps toning, the popular move is still going strong in the fitness realm—even making a comeback recently as a hybrid yoga-meshed workout known as “Voga.”

 

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What Is Behind the Recent Surge of ’90s TV Reboots?

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This year, a slew of nineties television shows have recently found a new life almost two decades after they initially went off the air. It all kicked off late in 2014, when David Lynch announced on Twitter he would be reviving Twin Peaks on Showtime. Then in January, Fox revealed that it will be rebooting The X-Files. From then on, nineties show after nineties show started making headlines: A new season of The Magic School Bus will debut on Netflix (after the streaming platform realized its viewers were streaming the original in droves). Zac Efron and Dwayne Johnson broke the news on Twitter that they would both be starring in a new Baywatch movie. TVLine reported that Will Smith was in talks to reboot his breakout show, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. And the entire cast of Full House (sans the Olsen twins) is set to reunite for a sequel series called Fuller House, in which a now-widowed D.J. (Candace Cameron Bure) is raising her kids with the help of her family.

So what’s behind this recent surge of nineties nostalgia? Vogue’s Sarah Mower thinks the rise of nineties fashion on the runways comes down to simple math. “All you do is take today’s date, 2015, and subtract 25 (the age of today’s rising designers). Result: 1990, of course!” She argues that young designers reminisce about their hazily remembered childhoods and tend to draw inspiration from that time in their lives. The same logic may apply to our taste in TV and movies. Think about it: We all enjoy re-watching films we idolized when we were just kids, even if they no longer hold up as well as they once did. (My personal favorite is Death Becomes Her, which is really the definition of camp.) It’s human nature to look at the past through rose-tinted glasses, and we apply that romanticized memory to our dearly departed TV series. Have you tried watching an episode of The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air recently? That show would never make it past the pilot stage today.

But there are some people who do love re-watching these nineties series and, with the rise of streaming services, it’s easier than ever. Netflix in particular has become a savior of fan-favorite shows that were prematurely canceled. After bringing back Arrested Development in 2013, Netflix has since rebooted The Magic School Bus, Full House, and Wet Hot American Summer.

 

 

Of course, Netflix is only following the formula that has already proven incredibly successful in Hollywood. Every summer, we’re treated to sequels, remakes, prequels, and spin-offs of films we’ve seen in the past. The Spider-Man franchise perfectly mirrors this trend. The original movie only came out in 2002, and since then we’ve had three iterations with different web-slinging heroes: Tobey Maguire, Andrew Garfield, and the latest, Tom Holland. It makes sense that television, a medium that is increasingly attracting top film directing and acting talent, would eventually go the same way.

Plus, it’s lucrative for networks to bring back shows from the past because they already have an established fan base. Millennials have proven to be some of TV’s most passionate TV fans; they’ve succeeded in bringing back cult favorites including Veronica Mars and The X-Files after intense social media campaigns. When producers are weighing whether to invest in a new series or remake an old one, the allure of an already committed audience is simply too hard to resist. So while you may not necessarily tune in to watch a comedy about a widow raising kids with her kooky uncles, you’ll definitely tune in to Fuller House—just to see what Uncle Jesse has been up to after all these years.

Speaking of Uncle Jesse, John Stamos was one of the most vocal supporters of bringing back Full House. It makes sense that he would feel nostalgic for that particular era; after all, it was the show that launched his career. Since the cast began filming Fuller House, Stamos has been busy Instagramming on-set photos, and the reaction from fans has been overwhelmingly positive. Any of this sound familiar? The reboot story is basically the premise of Netflix’s original scripted show BoJack Horseman. In the animated series, BoJack is a washed-up actor who became famous after starring in a family sitcom called Horsin’ Around. After the series is canceled, his career tanks and the depressed equine actor constantly fantasizes about staging a reunion with his former castmates. But, contrary to real life, no one seems particularly interested in bringing Horsin’ Around back to life. If the show’s writers are paying any attention, we’re betting BoJack will get his wish come season three.

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The Best ’90s Movie Makeovers Are Still Totally Stylish Today

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Oh, to go to high school in the nineties. Remember? Back then the educational institution was more of an everything-goes playground in which crop tops never violated the student dress code, heartthrob Andrew Keegan was not in a kombucha-brewing cult, and everyone knew how—and when—to break out into a synchronized dance routine. Well, at least in the movies. But the most important part of the slumber party favorite flicks? Every nerdy protagonist was granted a geek-to-chic makeover. Maybe it requires a dye job and a tube top like Jawbreaker’s Fern Mayo, or a bohemian rhapsody of a prom dress like Never Been Kissed’s Josie Geller, and maybe it’s the wisdom of experience, but most of these “before” looks aren’t so bad either. But the time has come for a trip down memory lane, so cue up that Smash Mouth, take off those glasses, shake out that messy bun, and get ready for homeroom: We’ve got the best movie makeovers from the decade—and the today-ready takes that will get you an A+.

 

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The 22 Best Cult Movies of the ’90s

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It didn’t take much of a push for our staff to revisit some of their favorite movies from the nineties. After all, there’s nothing like a campy film classic to transport you back in time. Here, a look at 22 nineties cult films we could watch over and over again.

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Are Brick Red Lipstick, Bare Midriffs, and Bantu Knots Back? The Best ’90s Beauty Signatures, Then and Now

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With today’s launch of Vogue Runway, the nineties have taken a strong hold on Vogue.com—but this summer, a mere look at our favorite street style stars is enough to confirm that the decade’s wave-making beauty trends are enjoying a major resurgence. Just last night Ciara set the MTV Video Music Awards abuzz by lobbing off nearly a foot of her long black hair. The style may have been new for the singer, but its architectural lines appeared on the red carpet almost 20 years earlier, when a young Reese Witherspoon found blunt-cut perfection in a nearly identical sleek long bob. And that’s not the only era-signature that’s making a comeback: Brick red lipstick—a makeup go-to for major nineties icons like Drew Barrymore—has also worked its way back into heavy rotation, acting as a tough but feminine update to the jeans and T-shirt equation or a modern counterpoint to bright cocktail dress (see: Joan Smalls).

 

 

Further evidence of the decade’s influence can be found in the crop top renaissance. The abbreviated style, beloved by supermodels from Stephanie Seymour to Naomi Campbell, is making sculpted abs a necessity for It girls like Gigi Hadid. And even the most extreme nineties risk takers are receiving a nod from today’s beauty chameleons. Gwen Stefani donned the multiple bun trend in the ’90s, a look now regularly sported by FKA twigs with her signature braided knots. And Linda Evangelista, who famously quadrupled her rate by cutting her hair, has found a fan in Rihanna, who seemed to reference the supermodel’s fiery, intentionally superficial red crop when conceiving her own shocking lineup of shape-shifting looks earlier this season. After all, in the words of Evangelista, “Any reaction is a good reaction as long as they notice.” From romantic, face-framing tendrils to the lip color that defined a decade, six reasons why everything old is new again.

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Cindy Crawford, Eva Herzigova and Nadja Auermann Are Part of an Epic ’90s Supermodel Reunion—Take a Look!

It’s like a blast from the past, and these ladies still look just as beautiful as they did 20 years ago!

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8 Reasons Young Girls Of The ’90s Needed Jessie Spano

“Saved by the Bell” premiered 26 years ago, which means you’re old. 

In some ways, not much has changed since Zack, Kelly, Screech and the gang roamed the halls of Bayside High School — crop tops are back, cheeseburgers never left and overdosing on caffeine pills still isn’t recommended. In other ways, many of the plot-lines and certain dialogue couldn’t exist today. You’d never see Zack hit on the school nurse or hear a laughtrack following Slater’s sexist jokes in 2015. 

It’s understandable, then, that the show’s portrayal of sexism, and therefore feminism, has been criticized in more recent years. Jessie Spano was an outspoken feminist who was whiney, neurotic and purposely characterized as less attractive than easy-breezy Kelly Kapowski. Jessie’s character didn’t help the case for feminism being a positive thing, and she didn’t make the word “feminist” seem like one young girls would want to wear.

But, it’s important to remember: it was the ’90s. “Feminist” wasn’t a term you heard as commonly in mainstream pop culture as you do now, and there certainly weren’t tons of young female characters on television overtly claiming the feminist label. Flawed or not, Jessie’s commitment to equality influential on young viewers, including myself. Here’s why:

1. She dated Bayside’s biggest chauvinist AC Slater, but called him out constantly.

2. She set the record straight on labels, reminding AC not to call her “babe” or “chick.” She gave young women watching permission to femine what’s demeaning to them, or not.

3. She challenged masculinity and demonstrated why “macho” isn’t something to strive for…

4. … And again:

5. She called out unfair societal norms:

6. And confronted gender roles:

7. She tried her hand at acting “girly,” and ultimately decided she was better off being true to herself. 

8. She was aware of social inequality, and didn’t let her friends lose sight of their own privilege.

Bless your feminist heart, Jessie Spano.

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Whatever: One Hit Wonders of the ’90s – Various Artists

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Whatever: Pop Hits of the ’90s – Various Artists

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20 #1’s: 90’s R&B – Various Artists

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Whatever: R&B Hits of the ’90s – Various Artists

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Whatever: R&B Hits of the ’90s

Various Artists

Genre: R&B/Soul

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Release Date: January 18, 2011

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Whatever: Country Hits of the ’90s – Various Artists

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Whatever: Country Hits of the ’90s

Various Artists

Genre: Country

Price: $ 5.99

Release Date: January 18, 2011

© ℗ 2011 Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company.

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Whatever: Hip Hop Hits of the ’90s – Various Artists

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Whatever: Hip Hop Hits of the ’90s

Various Artists

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Price: $ 5.99

Release Date: January 18, 2011

© ℗ 2011 Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company.

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Clueless: The Unofficial Guide to All of the Movie’s ’90s Slang

If you grew up in the '90s, there's a near certainty that you let a little Clueless seep into your day-to-day. From writing with a feather-topped pen to rocking a plaid mini and knee-high socks…


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All Songs Rewind: The Legacy Of The ’90s

While Bob Boilen’s out, Katie Presley and All Songs intern Julian Ring are replaying their favorite episodes of the podcast. Today: A look back at the ’90s.

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From Lil’ Kim to Missy Elliott, the ’90s Hip-Hop Stars Whose Style Still Inspires

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At the BET Awards Sunday, hip-hop fans were treated to a delightful surprise when Sean Combs took the stage—bringing with him many artists including Pharrell, Mase, and Jadakiss—to pay homage to the late Notorious B.I.G. But we were most excited to see the return of Lil’ Kim (and her skintight all-black look and over-the-knee boots). With Fresh Dressed now in theaters—the documentary that traces the history of hip-hop fashion from Dapper Dan to Kanye WestKim, and her risk-taking approach to her wardrobe feels especially relevant. From her bejeweled, skimpy costumes (see her famous purple pastie-involving get-up at the 1999 VMAs) to her voluminous fur coats that made sure everyone knew who was boss, Kim personifies a certain type of OTT we’ve come to expect from major hip-hop stars.

The pioneering women of nineties hip-hop, from Salt-N-Pepa to Missy Elliott, made their sartorial imprint and popularized everything from excessive and campy jewelry to playful sportswear. Just as provocative as Lil’ Kim is her rival Foxy Brown; meanwhile, artists like Neneh Cherry preferred a more thoughtful and funky approach. And like her powerful music, Lauryn Hill’s sense of style endures today, as nineties nostalgia continues to pervade the runways.

It takes a bold personality and rare talent to break into the boy’s club that is the rap game, and that courage is no doubt also echoed in the personal styles of artists today like Nicki Minaj, Azealia Banks, and Angel Haze. Here, a look at eight of their forbears whose music and signature looks continue to inspire us today.

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25 Songs That Defined ’90s Summers

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You Know That Waxy Turquoise And Purple Cup That’s So ’90s? Meet Its Genius Designer

You may not know its name, but we know you’ve seen the classic squiggly design that’s most recognizable from paper cups.

Yeah, you know what we’re talking about — that purple and turquoise pattern that hits you with giant pangs of nostalgia. The “Jazz” design began showing up on paper cups about 23 years ago. Recently, an AMA request came in from a Reddit user who wanted to know who the designer was. That pushed reporter Thomas Gounley of Missouri’s Springfield News-Leader to do some digging.

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The iconic design.

After much investigation, Gounley was successful and last week he discovered that 50-year-old Gina Ekiss, who lives in Aurora, Mississippi, is the iconic design’s creator, according to his piece in the News-Leader. Ekiss, who’s now a custom frame shop manager at a Hobby Lobby, was met with Internet acclaim as the discovery spread across social media outlets.

“I’m just still pretty stunned about the whole deal,” Ekiss told ABC News in reaction to her Internet stardom. “I’m thrilled that it’s still popular.”

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The path to finding Ekiss wasn’t an easy one. The reporter only knew the designer’s first name as well as the fact that she had worked for the Sweetheart Cup Company, which was later bought by Solo Cup Company. He eventually found a tweet from a person claiming to be the creator’s daughter, according to his article. After looking through public records and coming across Ekiss’ name and address, Gounley drove to her house and confirmed his suspicions.

Turns out, Ekiss had created Jazz as part of an internal cup design contest at the Sweetheart Cup Company in 1989, after outside design firms had came up with unsatisfying results. Ekiss said that Jazz was among three or four different designs she had submitted, and its colors are just ones she felt meshed well.

“I just did turquoise, or teal, because that’s one of my favorite colors,” she told ABC News. “I wanted another overlapping color that would work well together. I just liked the purple with it and everybody seemed pleased with that.”

The 50-year-old still keeps a few products with the Jazz design in her house, and says it’s “insane” that her artwork has become such a memorable part of ’90s culture.

Phew! We can all breathe easy now that this pressing mystery’s finally been solved.

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Whatever: Alt Rock Hits of the ’90s – Various Artists

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Whatever: Alt Rock Hits of the ’90s

Various Artists

Genre: Alternative

Price: $ 5.99

Release Date: January 18, 2011

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’80s and ’90s pop stars: Where are they now?

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Female rappers from the ’90s: Where are they now?

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New Kids on the Block’s Joey McIntyre on His ’90s Fashion Hits and Misses

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Seinfeld vs. Friends: Breaking Down the Economics of Two Beloved ’90s Sitcoms

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It’s real, and it’s spectacular: Seinfeld will soon be available for streaming on Hulu. On Wednesday, it was announced that the streaming service acquired the rights to all of the show’s 180 episodes. Hulu did not disclose the full financial terms of the deal, but the value is being estimated at $ 875,000 an episode—$ 160 million for the series. This comes on the heels of another lucrative streaming deal for another favorite nineties sitcom—last year, Netflix purchased Friends for more than $ 500,000 an episode.

These acquisitions say nothing, however, of the revenue these shows earned before the days of binge-watching. Below, we break down the economics of the two beloved sitcoms, from their first-season salaries to the astronomical figures they’ve earned since going off the air.



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For the final season of Seinfeld, Michael Richards, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, and Jason Alexander all earned $ 600,000 an episode, a 300 percent raise from their season-eight salary of $ 150,000 per episode. Combined with Jerry Seinfeld’s $ 1 million–an-episode salary, in 1997 the cast became the best-paid one in TV history.



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Seinfeld has reportedly made $ 3.1 billion since being sold into syndication; Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld each earn an estimated $ 400 million a syndication cycle. Richards, Dreyfus, and Alexander, however, do not own a stake in Seinfeld, meaning they receive standard SAG residuals and a portion of the DVD sales.

Friends reportedly grosses $ 1 billion a year in syndication revenue. The cast, all of whom receive 2 percent of those earnings, comes away with roughly $ 20 million a year.

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5 Times The Olsens Totally Owned ’90s Trends On ‘Full House’

Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen wowed the fashion industry when they launched their refined ready-to-wear collection, The Row in 2006. Today, the line's languid cashmere dresses and mink-tipped coats are on par with the likes of…




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Rita Ora Accessorizes Festival Style the ’90s Way

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Coachella might have ended, but the look of festival style continues to groove on—even in the city. Case in point? Rita Ora, who was spotted out on the streets of New York City earlier today dressed in a streetwear ensemble that came infused with some distinct flower-child undertones.

We’ve seen the British singer rock a fringed leather jacket before, but this time her aesthetic toed the line between Neil Young and Janet Jackson. A graphic knotted shirt brought in a sense of easygoing cool and worked hand in hand with her patchwork jeans. But the real game changers here are the nineties-inspired accessories: After all, what could be chicer than a Chanel choker and classic Parisienne beret?

 

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Five ’90s Shows We’d Love to See Return to TV

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NBC announced today it is reviving its nineties sitcom Coach. Craig T. Nelson has signed on to reprise his role as Coach Hayden Fox, but this time he’s playing the assistant coach to his son, who is training an Ivy League football team in Pennsylvania.

Coach is the latest beloved TV show to be resurrected for a modern audience. News broke last week that X-Files will be returning to prime time next year and the Internet basically lost it last year when David Lynch announced that he would be helming the return of his cult classic mystery Twin Peaks. We’re sure other networks have taken note and are busy brainstorming which popular eighties and nineties shows to bring back next. Here, we suggest five of our favorite shows and imagine what they would look like today.

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This Is How You Broke Up With Your Boyfriend In The ’90s

Move over, all you teens with your pithy breakup texts. This is how we used to do breaking up back in the ’90s:

“Well, chow, babe!”? You can’t get much cooler than that.

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Chance The Rapper And ’90s Babies Turn Up To The ‘Arthur’ Theme Song At Governors Ball

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There Are No Words For This '90s Alt-Rock Vocal Hook Supercut

For those who lived through the magical years of the ’90s, it sometimes amazes us how we remember all the lyrics when a throwback jam returns to our ears. Then again, after watching this ’90s alt-rock vocal hook supercut, it’s not so hard to believe. From No Doubt to Third Eye Blind to Alice In Chains, this compilation by Canadian music service CBC Music brings back the best doot-doos, ooh-oohs and la-la-las of a decade, reminding us that writing a catchy hook is really as simple as refusing to use words.


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