Pras - "Ghetto Superstar (This Is What You Are)"
Pras from The Fugees broke free with this massive hit, bringing along his friends Mya and Ol' Dirty Bastard for the ride. The song holds up great today, but unfortunately it would end up being the man's only solo hit.
New Radicals - "You Get What You Give"
Back in the days where pop-punk talked s*** about other artists just as much as rap did, New Radicals delivered this catchy tune whose video takes place in the most 90s of malls. Good stuff.
Next - "Too Close"
Possibly one of the funniest songs ever written about dance floor erections, this song was a duet that really should have made both singers bigger than it did.
Alana Davis - "32 Flavors"
If your first successful hit as an artist is a cover song, it often doesn't indicate great things for your career. Case and point: Alana Davis's cover of the Ani DiFranco song was her only hit.
Marcy Playground - "Sex And Candy"
Probably one of the lyrically weirdest, most nonsensical songs to get big in the 90s (and trust me, that's saying something), we still have a soft spot in our hearts for this one.
The Verve - "Bitter Sweet Symphony"
If I never hear those opening strings again it'll be too soon.