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  1. The first list is Spotify's most streamed songs released in the 1990s. The second list is Billboard's biggest songs of the 1990s along with their Spotify stream totals. Are you surprised? Were you expecting something different? Most Streamed Songs Released in 1990s (Spotify) 1. Wonderwall (Oasis) - 426m 2. Smells Like Teen Spirit (Nirvana) - 367m 3. All I Want For Christmas Is You (Mariah Carey) - 321m 4. Californication (Red Hot Chili Peppers) - 303m 5. Under the Bridge (Red Hot Chili Peppers) - 300m 6. Iris (Goo Goo Dolls) - 274m 7. Still DRE (Dr. Dre) - 256m 8. All Star (Smash Mouth) - 254m 9. The Next Episode (Dr. Dre) - 247m 10. Creep (Radiohead) - 242m 11. All the Small Things (Blink-182) - 224m 12. Enter Sandman (Metallica) - 222m 13. Basket Case (Green Day) - 220m 14. Bittersweet Symphony (The Verve) - 219m 15. Wannabe (Spice Girls) - 219m 16. No Scrubs (TLC) - 218m 17. I Want It That Way (BSB) - 215m 18. Losing My Religion (REM) - 214m 19. Come As You Are (Nirvana) - 212m 20. No Diggity (Blackstreet) - 208m 21. Otherside (Red Hot Chili Peppers) - 206m 22. Nothing Else Matters (Metallica) - 196m 23. Hypnotize (Notorious BIG) - 194m 24. Gangsta's Paradise (Coolio) - 190m 25. Zombie (The Cranberries) - 180m 25. Juicy (Notorious BIG) - 180m Biggest Songs of the 1990s (Billboard, 2014) 1. How Do I Live (Leann Rimes) - 26m 2. Macarena (Los Del Rio) - 56m 3. Un-break My Heart (Toni Braxton) - 57m 4. You Were Meant For Me/Foolish Games (Jewel) - 31m (19m + 12m) 5. Everything I Do (Bryan Adams) - 97m 6. I'll Make Love to You (Boyz II Men) - 62m 7. Too Close (Next) - 48m 8. One Sweet Day (Mariah Carey & Boyz II Men) - 37m 9. Truly Madly Deeply (Savage Garden) - 100m 10. Candle in the Wind (Elton John) - 35m 11. End of the Road (Boyz II Men) - 64m 12. The Sign (Ace of Base) - 61m 13. The Boy Is Mine (Brandy & Monica) - 32m 14. Because I Love You (Stevie B) - 3m 15. Whoomp! There It Is (Tag Team) - 3m 16. Rush Rush (Paula Abdul) - 10m 17.You're Still the One (Shania Twain) - 57m 18. I Will Always Love You (Whitney Houston) - 154m 19. Gangsta's Paradise (Coolio) - 190m 20. Nothing Compares 2 U (Sinead O'Connor) - 47m Biggest Songs of the 1990s (Billboard, 2000) 1. One Sweet Day (Mariah Carey & Boyz II Men) - 37m2. Macarena (Los Del Rio) - 56m3. I'll Make Love to You (Boyz II Men) - 62m4. Un-break My Heart (Toni Braxton) - 57m5. Candle in the Wind (Elton John) - 35m6. End of the Road (Boyz II Men) - 64m7. I Will Always Love You (Whitney Houston) - 154m8. The Boy Is Mine (Brandy & Monica) - 32m9. I Swear (All 4 One) - 30m10. I'll Be Missing You (Diddy with Faith Evans and 112) - 114m11. The Sign (Ace of Base) - 61m12. How Do I Live (Leann Rimes) - 26m13. Gangsta's Paradise (Coolio) - 190m14. On Bended Knee (Boyz II Men) - 19m15. Fantasy (Mariah Carey) - 49m16. Too Close (Next) - 48m17. That's The Way Love Goes (Janet Jackson) - 31m18. Because You Loved Me (Celine Dion) - 66m19. Waterfalls (TLC) - 93m 20. Dreamlover (Mariah Carey) - 17m21. Creep (TLC) - 55m 22. Can't Help Falling In Love (UB40) - 47m23. Jump (Kris Kross) - 48m24. Take A Bow (Madonna) - 11m25. Tha Crossroads (Bone Thugs-N-Harmony) - 45m
  2. Remember T-Pain blocked Rih in 2007 from her first #1 album? I remember it being a ki for me because I was still so die hard Bey. Now look who got the last laugh. Rih literally scalped me from then on Never will I doubt ha again!
  3. A masterpiece.
  4. Here are the Chartmaster receipts: Celine = 193,422,000 Mariah = 167,149,000 Plus they have other things to add besides record sales.
  5. these underrated bops are so good and deserved much more
  6. Duas debut era has been pretty solid so far with the one year anniversary coming up in June. Be The One & Blow Your Mind (Muwah) were both BB Top 40 hits. New Rules was a hit and IDGAF is currently climbing the Hot 100 every week and getting better radio play than New Rules did. She also has a future summer smash coming out in 2 weeks with Calvin Harris and is working with Max Martin & Mark Ronson on D2. Not to mention she also has a collab coming out with Ariana Grande also either that be on A4 or D2. Will her sophomore gain more commercial success?
  7. Discuss
  8. Which 90's diva/legend has more classics under her belt?
  9. 3 bands and their biggest hits of recent years. which one was bigger though? Thunder by IG Counting Stars by OR Sugar by M5 you thoughts
  10. The King of Pop did that
  11. Billboard Hot 100 Year End #71 Sorry #73 Chained To The Rhythm N/A Million Reasons Why did Beyoncé’s #11 peaking flop single Sorry chart higher than Lady GaGa and Katy Perry’s #4 hits Million Reasons and Chained to the Rhythm?
  12. 1990's: Bills, Bills, Bills 2000's: Say My Name, Independent Women, Bootylicious, Crazy in Love, Baby Boy, Check on It, Irreplaceable, Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It) 2010's: Perfect Duet Why is this?
  13. If you look at the stan bases and how they evolved from 2008, you can see how for example many atrl members with Lady Gaga usernames are now Meghan and Ariana stans, especially after the old main pop girls went country with Joanne, Rainbow, and Lemonade. Of all the new pop girls, Ariana and Meghan are the most successful with streaming smashes and the biggest sales peaks (AATB Platinum), and impact too. Did the gays choose Ariana and Meghan?
  14. It's clear that her hit (and charting) days are gone. Even when she features a household rapper in one of her better singles, it flops into oblivion. So what should Iggy do? Try to still chace something that sticks with the GP or go completely indie and give the gays and her fans everything they want?
  15. Meant To Be: #3 on iTunes #18 on Spotify #40 on Apple Music Is this her Just Dance?
  16. Lady Gaga: Paloma Faith:
  17. Post your faves
  18. Which woman is more talented.
  19. This may be the absolute peak of his discography.
  20. Miley, Kylie, Gaga wish tbh This is how you do it pop/country songs
  21. Released within a couple months of each other in 2011, these two lead singles were both follow-ups to 2008 albums. They had very different trajectories on the charts. Which one is more remembered?
  22. In terms of suspense, hype and performance? Video starts at 1:00