Mariah Carey - "Hero"

Mariah Carey's 1993 hit "Hero" showcases her powerful voice and impressive five-octave range, becoming an early chart-topper and one of her signature songs

Backstreet Boys - "I Want It That Way"

The Backstreet Boys drove the late-1990s boy band craze with their 1999 worldwide hit "I Want It That Way", earning three Grammy nominations and defining the pop music genre of that era​

Whitney Houston - "I Will Always Love You"

Whitney Houston's rendition of "I Will Always Love You", originally by Dolly Parton, became a record-breaking hit with its appearance in the 1992 film "The Bodyguard", showcasing Houston's powerful vocal prowess​

Alicia Keys - "Fallin"

Alicia Keys, a classical pianist turned pop singer, made a significant impact with "Fallin’", a track that won her three Grammy Awards and solidified her as one of the year’s most influential artists

Cyndi Lauper - "Girls Just Want to Have Fun"

 Cyndi Lauper's 1983 feminist anthem "Girls Just Want to Have Fun" transformed a song originally recorded from a male perspective into a celebration of womanhood and freedom

Rihanna - "Umbrella"

Rihanna's 2007 hit "Umbrella" catapulted her to superstardom, earning three Grammy nominations and establishing her as a global pop powerhouse​

Beyoncé - "Single Ladies"

Beyoncé's 2008 hit "Single Ladies" was a career-defining moment, winning three Grammy Awards and showcasing her talents in singing, dancing, and live performance​

NSYNC - "Bye Bye Bye"

 NSYNC's 2000 hit "Bye Bye Bye" became a global dance phenomenon and a defining track of their career, earning two Grammy nominations​

Madonna - "Like a Virgin"

 Madonna, a revolutionary figure in modern pop music, hit her first No. 1 with "Like a Virgin" in 1984, a track that epitomized her style of combining religious, cultural, and political elements

Kylie Minogue - "Can't Get You Out of My Head"

Australian pop singer Kylie Minogue's 2001 hit "Can't Get You Out of My Head" mixed pop, dance, techno, and nu-disco, marking a significant comeback and proving her relevance in the new millennium​