90s

Brace Yourself: The Backstreet Boys Released A New Song And Are Going On A World Tour

The Backstreet Boys have been one of the biggest bands in the country, well, the world for several decades now. After getting their start in the early 90s, they've managed to be one of the very few bands that has stuck together and continued performing. They didn't need a big reunion, because they didn't break up. Well, let's just pretend like that whole Kevin fiasco didn't happen. But anyways, they've been putting out music and performing together for 25 years now, and they have no intention of stopping. To be fair, they did warn of this two decades ago. They

Music

Backstreet Boys Released A New Song And We Are Having A Lot Of Feelings About It

Backstreet's Back, ALRIGHT! That's right, our favorite boy band is back. Okay, so they never really left, but that doesn't fit the theme of the song so too bad. The Backstreet Boys have released the first single off their new album and not only that, it's complete with a 90s style video. The boys dance in unison, have some dramatic poses, they make some emotional faces, and above all else, they sing their hearts out. YouTubeHonestly, watching the video brought me right back to 1999. The video is absolutely everything you want from a boy band. It even has some

Pop Culture

Oops, There's A Huge Blunder You Probably Never Noticed In The "Hit 'Em Up Style (Oops)" Video

You know when you love something so much that you don't notice its flaws? Well, that was how I felt about Blu Cantrell's chart-topping jam "Hit 'Em Up Style (Oops)."From the moment the upbeat break-up anthem was first played on the radio back in 2001, I was hooked. Then came the music video, which just made me want to end things with my non-existent boyfriend and go shopping with his card. Full disclosure: I was also only about ten years old, and barely understood why she was so mad at her ex. I just wanted to go shopping with