Top Five Artists Who Made My ChildHood

the story of five artists who made my childhood will be reviewed briefly, please read and hopefully evoke wonderful period in antiquity

  1. Spice Girls

Did I start off too strong? They named what you know now as Girl Power dudes! Though they are more of pop, their songs made a lot of sense. I still keep track of where they are now and who would even miss out Mrs. David Beckham formerly known as Posh Spice? And posh indeed, Victoria Adams is making waves in the fashion industry. Today, when I hear about them, I am immediately taken back to a time when all the songs I knew were only theirs. After Geri Halliwell left the group, the other girls remained and made more incredible songs like Goodbye and Holler. Eventually, each made their own solo acts. But I can’t forget the flashy clothes and the high-heel boots! Girl Power!

Top Five Artists Who Made My ChildHood

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  1. BackStreet Boys

Boy bands huh! Haha! Though the group was intact as five, their boyish style and songs eventually faded off but within ten years! They started boy bands. I don’t know where they are now though. And I’m not going to google them. Duh! (I’m talking as if I don’t know every lyric of their songs, haha!)

  1. Alanis Morisette

Who writes angst-struck-to-the-core songs better than her? And with that long hair matched with her effortless but gorgeous flair in playing the guitar, who better huh? Taylor Swift, this is your brunette mother! Her Jagged Little Pill album made her famous and MTV’s Artist of the Year some time in the ‘90s. Little facts: She’s Canadian. She’s originally a blonde. She was once engaged to Ryan Reynolds. She’s not your typical goody-two-shoes femme though; more like a female Kurt Cobain. But I don’t know him, so… next.

  1. Mariah Carey

“Boy, haven’t you noticed the gleam in my eyes?” Oh yes, Mariah Carey, we all did notice. You are a supernova! She made the greatest, guts-eating, chart-topping love songs in the ‘90s, not because she married an executive of a record company but she really did possess a 5-octave vocal range, and sing the butterfly notes. Literally. Really. And she composes her own songs, she acts, she owns a castle (!!!). I think it was around highschool when she break break down, but still she made a comeback with the song I Can Make It Through The Rain. She became a supernova again, claiming the diva spot she owns and carved herself.

  1. Celine Dion, Sheryl Crow, TLC, Bjork (yes she did make my childhood, uhm, a part), No Doubt, Jewel, Shania Twain

Okay, I said top five. But let’s compress the fifth list. But I’m not gonna talk about each of them. They’re just too many of them. Lazy much? Don’t you just miss the ’90s?

The following artists hit the music waves during my high school, the start of a new era of music, buh-bye ’90s. And these  artists are still in the spotlight. I heart ‘em; brings so much good memories

  • Michelle Branch
  • Lifehouse
  • Jennifer Lopez
  • Linkin Park
  • Avril Lavigne

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