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Sunday, March 29, 2015

****7 Reasons Why ‘90s Girls Groups Will Never Be the Same [A Penn Peroud @Penney_Peroud Exclusive]****

The 90’s had some awesome music and though it wasn’t the best, compared to the ‘60s, 70’s and ‘80s, some memorable girl groups were together during the ‘90s and anyone trying to compare to them now, has a tough act to follow.
7. Girl groups back in the ‘90’s were signed by labels who could afford to take a chance on them, invest in their music and weren’t afraid to. Groups like TLC, The Spice Girls, Destiny’s Child, 702, Blaque, Total and All Saints, all brought true talent that A&R’s wish they could find today.
6. There were a lot of other great artists on a lot of girl group’s label and many times, these talented artists would collaborate on albums and singles. Now-a-days, there are many artists who won’t work together, due to a beef over social media or in real life with another group or camp.
5. Many 90’s girl groups were innovators of their own style that groups in the early and present 2000’s have tried to copy off of.
4. Tragedy has struck many 90’s girl groups, such as TLC, who through perseverance, has said they will never be the same, after the death of their bandmate Lisa “Left-Eye” Lopes, but has kept Lopes memory alive in many other ways and has not replaced her at their own wishes and those of the fans; Blaque lost fellow group member Natina Reed who died unexpectedly; 702 lost founding group member,(and twin sister to group member Irish and little sister to group member Kameelah Williams,) Orish Grinstead to kidney failure; Brownstone recently lost group member Maxee Maxwell in a tragic accident at her home in LA . The music of these groups lives on.
3. In the ‘90’s, girl groups could actually sing. Period.
2. In the ‘90’s fans actually bought whole albums via cassette tapes, CD’s and even vinyl records.
1. During the '90's, many female groups argued a lot behind the scenes and were catty. Many of them had a hard time staying together, getting members of the group to stay, or trying not to be replaced by management, (side-eyes Destiny's Child). The '90's had great music none the less.

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