All your favorite ‘90s dance music stars are here to tear it up! Come dance the night away to dance freestyle, house, dancehall, Latin, and pop. Robin S. (“Show Me Love”), CeCe Peniston (“Finally”), and Black Sheep (“Flavor of the Month”) are only the beginning of this epic lineup.
The singer scored five #1 hits on the U.S. Billboard Hot Dance Music/Club Play in the ‘90s. Her signature song “Finally” reached the number 5 spot on the Hot 100.
The hip hop duo from Queens, composed of Andres “Dres” Vargas Titus and William “Mista Lawnge” McLean, debuted in 1991 with the hit song “Flavor of the Month” and later released the album A Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing.
The freestyle music and salsa music singer released seven albums between 1989-2014 and is best known for his 1989 #25 Billboard debut, “Bad of the Heart,” and his #1 salsa smash, “Que Te Vas.”
The American freestyle/Latin pop/dance-pop singer is best known for her 1991 hits “Together Forever,” #35 at the Billboard Hot 100, and “A Day In My Life.”
The New Jersey house music group was active starting in the early ‘90s. Their most famous record was “Follow Me” from 1992.
The Jamaican artist blends his dancehall style with socially conscious lyrics in popular songs including “Victim of the Ghetto,” “Unwanted,” “Hush Baby Mother”.
Working in the house music subgenres of Chicago house and deep house, his influential 1986 single “Move Your Body” was the first house song to use the piano.
The old-school hip hop group gained popularity in the mid-’80s and is best known for its single “Set It Off” which has been extensively sampled by hip-hop, house, techno, and EDM artists.
The lead singer of First Choice has one of the most distinctive and enduring voices of the disco era. In the ’90s, she recorded “Danger!” and “Suffer the Consequences.”
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