The 90s was a period full of different musical genres. In the early 90s, techno and hip-hop were the dominant genres. Nightclubs and bars blasted techno or house music (as it was popularly called then) through their speakers, and listeners would dance and let go of their worries at that moment.
hip-hop was huge in the 90s. Artists like 2Pac, Ice Cube, Ice T, De La soul, and Geto Boys dominated the soundtracks with original hits in the 90s. Ice T, from Newark, New Jersey, had incredible success in the 90s, with albums like "OG Original Gangster" and "Home Invasion," which pushed his career in the late 80s and continue to lead the hip hop scene in the early 90s.
Still, on the most popular genre of the 90s, a new type of alternative rock emerged and instantly had a significant impact on listeners. Bands like Nirvana took over the scene around the world and dominated rock music in the 1990s and 2000s.
In the late 1990s, new forms of pop music became increasingly popular. Groups like N'Sync and Backstreet Boys have started to appear. Adolescents around the world fell in love with these bands, which automatically made them popular in the 1990s and early 2000s.
The music boom of the 90s was a gold rush for singles: everywhere on the radio; you were certain to hear a high-speed collision with different rhythms. All musical styles were on the rise, from dancehall to disco, from grunge to rap gangsta, from punk riot-grrrl to the TRL pop-band mall, with thousands of different electronic sounds and almost the same number of albums.
Folk music of the 90s followed the continuation of the pop and dance-pop trends of the 70s and 80s. Also, hip hop grew and remained very popular throughout the decade, as the golden age keeps on going off the kind. In addition to rap, reggae, contemporary R&B, and urban music, in general, they remained popular throughout the decade; urban music from the late 80s and 90s was often mixed with styles like soul, funk and jazz, resulting in fusion genres such as new jack swing, neo-soul, hip hop soul and g-funk, which were popular.
Whatever genre of music you could think of the 90s has more of it than any fan could absorb. There is no way for a list to sum up such a glorious decade in the music world. You could play two or three hundred great songs without stop, and you’d still make a great list of songs just by playing songs from the ‘90s.
Some of these songs capture glorious moments of the musical explosion of the 90s, and you can relive some of those moments with RadioFm, as we have a variety of radio stations that play all of the 90s music you can ever think of.
With stations such as Top 100stations in Germany, M80 Radio from Spain, R101 Non Stop Music from Italy, Radio Azul from Chile, Radyo Home – 90’lar from Turkey, Radio popular Oldies from Romania. The list is endless with Radiofm.