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Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes, Chili, and T-Boz together formed the beloved group, TLC. TLC took over the early '90s, breaking records with nine top 10 hits on the Billboard Hot 100, including "No Scrubs", "Creep" and of course, 'Waterfalls".
Fifth Harmony - Normani
Before breaking out as successful solo pop star, Normani was one fifth of the popular girl group, Fifth Harmony. Starting off on "The X-Factor USA" the group rose to stardom with songs like "BO$$", "Worth It", "Worth From Home" and "That's My Girl".
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Singers Michelle Williams, Kelly Rowland and Beyoncé formed the record-breaking girl group, Destiny's Child. With massive hits like "Independent Women", "Survivor", "Bootylicious" and "Bills Bills Bills". just to name a few., this group took over the 2000s. Although they disbanded in 2006, the girls have reunited twice — for the 2013 Super Bowl Halftime show and the 2018 Coachella Festival.
Spice Girls - Mel B
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"If you wanna be my lover" you gotta love Spice Girls! Melanie Brown, also known as Mel B or Scary Spice was a member of the popular girl group, Spice Girls. The group went on to see global massive success with smash hits like "Wannabe" and "2 Become 1".
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The Supremes were a beloved girl group and made Motown records mainstream during the '60s. Group members rotated between many members, with Diana Ross as the lead vocalist. The group went on to have 12 No. 1 hit singles on the Billboard Hot 100, including "Someday We'll Be Together".
The Pointer Sisters
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The Pointer Sisters were a genre-busting American R&B and pop singing group from '80s. Consisting of sisters Anita, Ruth, and June Pointer, the group achieved several hits on the Billboard charts, including "I'm So Excited," "Jump (For My Love)," "Automatic," and "He's So Shy." They were also known for their energetic and innovative performances, which often incorporated elements of jazz, funk, soul, and country music into their sound. They were widely regarded as one of the best and most influential vocal groups of their time, and they continue to be remembered as icons of the disco and funk era.
Salt N Peppa
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With their 1986 debut album "Hot, Cool & Vicious", Salt (Cheryl James), Pepa (Sandra Denton) and DJ Spinderella (Deidra Roper) became the first female rap act to go gold and platinum. In 1995, they took home the Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group Grammy for "None of Your Business", becoming one of the first female rap acts to win a Grammy Award, along with Queen Latifah, who'd go on to win later that night.
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En Vogue is a renowned R&B group that drew inspiration from the girl groups of the '50s and '60s, aiming to create a contemporary version of that sound. With their chart-topping hits "Free Your Mind" and "My Lovin' (You're Never Gonna Get It)," the group achieved immense popularity in the '90s. En Vogue has won seven MTV Video Music Awards, three Soul Train Awards, two American Music Awards, and received seven Grammy nominations.
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Thanks to their silky harmonies and sultry beats, SWV were one of the biggest female R&B acts of the '90s. Comprised of members Cheryl (Coko) Gamble, Tamara (Taj) Johnson and Leanne (Lelee) Lyons, the NYC trio had a string of undeniable hits, including "Weak", "Right Here (Human Nature Remix)", "I'm So into You" and "You're the One". Over the years, SWV has sold over 25 million records worldwide, cementing their status as one of the best-selling girl groups of all time.
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Pamela Long, Kima Raynor Dyson and Keisha Spivey Epps, a.k.a. Total, were the first female group Diddy signed under Bad Boy Entertainment. They went on to have one of the most iconic R&B girl group runs of the '90s with their hits "Can't You See" (featuring The Notorious B.I.G.), "Kissin' You" and their classic feature on Mase's "What You Want".
Total made their debut singing the hook on "B.I.G.'s "Juicy", widely considered one of the best hip hop songs of all time.
Little Mix - Leigh-Anne Pinnock
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Little Mix's Leigh-Anne Pinnock has always been a powerhouse performer. Getting her start on "The X-Factor UK", Leigh-Anne spent 10 years in Little Mix releasing hit after hit from "Wings", "Black Magic" "Shout Out To My Ex", "Sweet Melody" and more! While Little Mix has gone on a hiatus, we are excited to see what Leigh-Anne does next as a solo artist.
Chloe x Halle
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When it comes to vocals, Chloe x Halle has got em! This powerhouse sister duo got their start posting music covers on YouTube until they were acknowledged by former girl group member, Beyoncé, who later signed them to her management company, Parkwood Entertainment.
The pair earned two Grammy noms after releasing their debut album, The Kids Are Alright. With Chloe now climbing the charts as a solo artist, and Halle set to play Ariel in Disney's "The Little Mermaid" live action film, the future is looking bright for these two sisters!
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Stella Quaresma, Renée Downer, and Jorja Douglas form the brand new London girl band FLO. The group have just stepped onto the scene, but their single "Cardboard Box" was the talk of the town. With their new single "Losing You" making it's way up the charts, we are excited to see what this girl group does next.