The biggest hit songs from the ‘90s

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'Vogue' - Madonna - One of Madonna's most iconic songs, 'Vogue' is a lavish and sleek club-ready jam that was inspired by New York vogue dancers.

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'Believe' - Cher - Even with a four-decade-long career, Cher still managed to top the charts and release a major hit with 'Believe.' 

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'Ironic' - Alanis Morissette - A true '90s icon, Alanis Morissette gave us everything we needed with this smash hit from 1996. 

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'My Heart Will Go On' - Celine Dion - The theme of 'Titanic' (1997), 'My Heart Will Go On' was just as popular as the box-office hit.

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‘No Scrubs' - TLC - One of the biggest hits of the decade, this 1999 jam earned the group Grammys for Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocal and Best R&B Song.

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'Nothing Compares 2 U' - Sinéad O'Connor - An original Prince song, Irish singer Sinéad O'Connor recorded a version of the tune that became a much bigger hit.

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'Whatta Man' - Salt 'N' Pepa - Originally recorded by Linda Lyndell in 1968, Salt 'N' Pepa turned the song into a commercial success in 1993. 

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'Always Be My Baby' - Mariah Carey - Mariah Carey's '90s catalog is legendary, and 'Always Be My Baby' is one of her biggest hits. 

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'…Baby One More Time' - Britney Spears - The iconic '…Baby One More Time' was Britney Spears' debut single in 1999.

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'Torn' - Natalie Imbruglia - A cover of American rock band Ednaswap, 'Torn' is best known as Australian singer Natalie Imbruglia's 1997 debut single. 

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'MMMBop'- Hanson - Written and performed by the pop rock band Hanson, 'MMMBop' was their catchiest and most successful single ever.

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