Natasha Bedingfield’s single status was, evidently, a thing of the past as she kicked off her second album campaign.
‘Heaven’s What I Feel’ might not be the diva comeback of 1998 everyone remembers, but it’s no less utterly brilliant in every respect.
B.O.N. knew precisely what they were doing with their debut single ‘Boys’, which featured a lot of nudity…and nuns.
Launching a girl group with a single about the value of friendship wasn’t a unique idea. But Thunderbugs had a trick up their sleeve: guitars!
Stepping away from Nina Tucker for a moment, ‘Lost Without You’ was a brilliant slice of angsty teen pop music from Delta Goodrem.
‘Boy You Knock Me Out’ saw Tatyana Ali joined by her former ‘Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air’ co-star Will Smith for a killer second single.
She was synonymous with some of the biggest power ballads of the ’90s. However, Celine Dion’s final single of the decade was anything but…
‘Born To Try’ saw Delta Goodrem experience the kind of success that her Neighbours character, Nina Tucker, could only dream of.
‘Music Of My Heart’ saw one of America’s hottest boybands unite with a dancefloor diva to unleash…an adult-contemporary ballad.
Marvin and Tamara’s debut single ‘Groove Machine’ was a bombastically unapologetic mix of funk, disco and…Jamaican reggae?
‘Jump Down’ is a brilliant pop song, but one that seems intent on doing everything it can to avoid looking or sounding like a B*Witched single
“Blame It On The Weatherman” makes much more sense in a post-Girls Aloud world than it did back in 1999.