90s

Mambo No.5 Was 20 Years Ago, And We Still Don't Know Which One Lou Bega Settled Down With

"Ladies and gentlemen, this is Mambo No. 5!" Chances are the tune of that 1999 hit song is currently running through your head and you are silently cursing me for reminding you that it exists. If you grew up in the 90s, Lou Bega's hit song "Mambo No. 5" was probably played at every middle school dance you ever attended. But it seemed like after that song came out, the singer just vanished completely.OpenPRLou Bega did actually release more songs, including one called "I Got A Girl" which managed to make it in the top 20, but none that

80s

Second Songs From One-Hit-Wonders That Prove They Really Only Had One Song In Them

Getting a hit song is not easy. There are millions of people out there in the world who hope to become the next singing sensation. Obviously not everyone can succeed, but when they do it's quite the big moment. There is a moment of relief that likely accompanies the release of a hit song, followed by the immediate dread of trying to follow it up. No artist goes into the recording studio expecting to be a one-hit-wonder, but unfortunately it happens a lot. Because they had already recorded the album in full, their less successful songs just sit there, with

70s

The True Story Of Love And Obsession That Inspired The One Hit Wonder 'My Sharona'

Some songs seem to last for ever. They are such a hit that they are completely timeless and people will love them no matter how old they are. My Sharona is one of those songs. CapitolThe classic rock band The Knacks may have been a 'one-hit-wonder', but their one hit was pretty epic. But did you ever wonder if there really was a 'Sharona'? Turns out, the story behind the song is just as good as the song itself! It's pretty crazy how the whole thing went down. Check out the whole story below! The Knack was composed of four