90s

Their One Hit Wonders Were The Soundtrack Of The 90s, But Where Are They Now?

There are so many one hit wonders in the world. It's kind of sad to think about, because they worked hard on that song and it's not really their fault that they didn't stay popular. People's tastes change so quickly, it's almost impossible to keep up. But what happens to these people? When you have a huge song, what do you do after that? Do you go back to work? Do you just live off the money you earned in the 90s? Well, let's take a look at some of our favorite 90s one hit wonders and see what happened

90s

15 Actors We Thought Were Destined For Fame, But We Literally Haven't Thought About Them Since

Just like music has "one-hit wonders", Hollywood has their own version when it comes to actors who make a huge splash on the big screen before disappearing into obscurity. You will likely recognize most of these artists for their iconic (or borderline iconic) roles, but find yourself wondering what ever happened to them.1. Dakota Fanning Indie WireDakota Fanning was a huge success as a child actor with staring roles in I Am Sam, War of the Worlds, Man on Fire, and Charlotte's Web. She hasn't been nearly as successful as an adult. After her appearances in the Twilight saga

90s

It's Been 25 Years Since Sir Mix-A-Lot Was Hooked And Couldn't Stop Staring, But Where Did He Go?

There are few singers who are quite as iconic as Sir Mix-a-Lot. His song "Baby Got Back" came out all the way back in 1992, but it's still well known to this day. The thing is, does anyone know where he actually went? Sure, we still hear the song, but when was the last time you actually saw him? Def AmericanSir Mix-a-Lot is actually named Anthony Ray. He was born in Washington in 1963, and it was in the 80s when he developed his love of hip-hop music. He joined forces with Nasty Nes in 1983, and at only 20

90s

25 Years After Snow Released 'Informer' Where Is He 'Licky Boom Boom' Now?

Darrin Kenneth O'Brien may not be a name you know, but that's because he has been going by 'Snow' since the early 90s. Chances are, you remember his famous one hit wonder "Informer" from 1992, and while you may not actually know the words, it probably never stopped you from trying to sing along. It has been 25 years since we all became obsessed with the the reggae styling of the Canadian rapper, but where has he gone now? Honestly, does anyone really know where he came from? Don't worry, we've got answers! YouTubeO'Brien was born in Toronto, Ontario, and

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

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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