Womanist: Loves music. Loves dance. Loves the moon. Loves the Spirit.
90s girl groups were all about black women, visibility, and empowerment. What's filling that need now? In the spirit of nostalgia, we at Womanist Expressions are going to take a look back at some of our favorite 90s girl groups and their best songs. A lot of their music was very successful in the 2000s, so we'll keep it within the context of the 90s.
Changing Faces: G.H.E.T.T.O.U.T
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SWV: Weak and Can We
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En Vogue: Don't Let Go (Love)
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Xscape: My Little Secret
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702: Where My Girls At?
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Total: Can't You See, Trippin', and What About Us (totally hung up on Total)
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Destiny's Child: No, No, No Part 1 and Say My Name
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TLC: Waterfalls, Creep, Unpretty, and Scrubs (TLC is just so epic)
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Welcome to Womanist Expressions, brainchild of Caitlin Gunn and Kidiocus Carroll.