As A*Teens embarked on a hiatus, they released ‘I Promised Myself’ with a music video that set the standard for greatest hits singles.
The Spice Girls being Christmas #1 in 1996 was a given, but there’s a reason why ‘2 Become 1’ is their biggest-selling, best-known ballad.
‘Ugly’ proved the Sugababes were taller in more ways and stronger than ever…until everything changed a few weeks after it was released.
‘Please Stay’ was the fourth – and final – single from ‘Light Years’ in the UK…but it came at the expense of a fan-favourite.
While ‘Born To Make You Happy’ was Britney Spears’ fourth single in Europe, America got ‘From The Bottom Of My Broken Heart’ instead.
‘The Music’s No Good Without You’ is a beautiful, melancholic masterpiece, even if it was always destined to exist in the shadow of ‘Believe’.
With sponsorship deals galore, plus a movie and video game in the pipeline, there was no stopping the Spice Girls as they claimed a second Christmas #1
‘Stronger’ was always a powerhouse pop song for Britney Spears. But now, it’s a triumphant anthem of survival.
With Christmas fast approaching, ’90s pop music tradition dictated that it was finally time for Steps to release a ballad.
In just under three minutes, the Spice Girls changed the face of pop music forever with their debut single.
The hits just kept on coming for Sophie Ellis-Bextor as ‘Get Over You’ accompanied a reissue of her debut album.
Almost two years after her first top 40 single, Ellie Campbell was back with one of the best songs Britney Spears never recorded.