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10 Pictures Of Your Favorite Musicians From The '90s to Now

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It's hard to believe the 90s were almost 30 years ago, but it's even harder when you realize your favorite musicians have been around for just as long. From pop to rap to rock, these artists have been in the spotlight since the beginning of their glory days.

Here are 10 of your most beloved musicians from the 90s to now.

1. Ice-T

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Born Tracey Marrow, Ice-T has come a long way from his gangsta days. He had the first hip-hop album to carry an explicit content sticker. He also co-founded the heavy metal band, Body Count, which released the song, "Cop Killer," which amounted to an onslaught of controversy.

He and his wife, Coco Austin had their own reality show, Ice Loves Coco from 2011 to 2013, along with a short-lived talk show.

Nowadays, Ice-T plays Detective Odafin Tutuola on the hit police drama, Law and Order SVU.

2. Hanson

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The beloved boy band had teenage girls hearts' swooning for most of the 90s. The brothers have sold 16 million albums worldwide, and have had eight top 40 albums and six top 40 singles in the U.S.

While they hadn't had as much critical acclaim as other musicians on the list, the band came back into the limelight when they announced in March 2017 they would have a 25th anniversary tour. They also released a second Christmas album called Finally It's Christmas in late October.

3. Madonna

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Madonna, or the "Queen of Pop," has steadily been in the spotlight since she graced our presence in 1979. The best-selling artist has dominated both the charts and plenty of celebrity gossip magazines.

At 59, the entertainer has had an extensive list of tabloid covers, ranging from a custody battle over her son, Rocco, with ex-husband Guy Ritchie, to her slew of significantly younger boyfriends.

In terms of her next projects, she's set to play the leading role in an adaptation of Andrew Sean Greer's novel, The Impossible Lives of Greta Wells.

4. Marilyn Manson

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Born Brian Hugh Warner, Marilyn Manson found inspiration for his stage name by merging the names Marilyn Monroe and Charles Manson together. The eccentric star is an honorary priest at the Church of Satan, and has appeared in several TV shows, including Once Upon A Time and Sons of Anarchy.

While he hasn't won any Grammy Awards (despite his four nominations), don't be surprised when the talented artist eventually takes one home.

5. Salt-N-Pepa

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Salt-N-Pepa is a Grammy Award-winning trio who was one of the first all-female rap groups. With hits like "Shoop" and "Push It," it was nearly impossible not to fall in love with this band.

After dismantling in 2002, the group reunited in 2007, and came out with their latest album, Icon, in 2011.

Most recently, Salt-N-Pepa was part of the "I Love The 90's" tour, which occurred earlier this year.  

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