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    Entertainment – Music in the 90s

    1. Overview of ’90s Music: Covering a general retrospect of the decade, charting the transition from the residual influence of the ’80s era into the rise of distinct 90s genres.
    2. Grunge Music: A comprehensive exploration into the Grunge revolution led by bands like Nirvana, Pearl Jam, and Soundgarden. This article would delve into the gritty, raw aesthetic that helped define the decade’s early years.
    3. Hip-Hop Evolution: Charting the unprecedented rise of hip-hop music during the decade, the article would discuss key artists such as Tupac Shakur, Notorious B.I.G., and Dr. Dre and their cultural impact on the genre and society as a whole.
    4. Britpop & Indie Music: This would detail the rise of British alternative and indie bands, centered around the ‘Battle of Britpop’ between Oasis and Blur, and the impact they had on the global music scene.
    5. Pop Music & Boybands: Highlighting the era of pop resurgence with the advent of boy bands and pop icons like the Spice Girls, Backstreet Boys, N’Sync, and solo artists like Britney Spears.
    6. Electronic & Dance Music: Discussing the rise and significance of electronic and dance genres such as Techno, Trance, and House. The piece would explore key acts like Daft Punk, and the cultural shift towards EDM.
    7. The Latin Pop Explosion: A thorough review of the late-’90s Latin pop explosion, led by Ricky Martin, Jennifer Lopez, and Shakira, impacting the mainstream music scene significantly.
    8. The Rise of Female Singer-Songwriters: An exposition on the proliferation of female singer-songwriters like Alanis Morissette, Tori Amos, and Sarah McLachlan, signifying a shift in the pop culture landscape.
    9. Alternative Rock and Nu-Metal: This article would examine music by popular bands such as Radiohead, Korn, and Linkin Park, discussing how they blended elements of different genres to create a new sound.
    10. Music and Digital Revolution: An analysis of the impact of the Internet and digital technologies on the music industry, including the emergence of MP3 and online streaming platforms.