THEN AND NOW: Here's what all your favorite '90s singers are doing todayGet the Full StoryBrenda Chase Getty Images and Stuart Wilson Getty Images
The '90s were an amazing time for music Oasis, NSYNC, the Spice Girls, and TLC come to mind.
But not all of these musicians stayed successful in the new millennium.
Some, like Vanilla Ice, have pivoted to new careers altogether.
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Several '90 stars have stayed in the spotlight. Singers like Mariah Carey, Britney Spears, and Justin Timberlake seem to be on the cover of magazines day in and day out. But what about their fellow '90s chart-toppers?
While some of the 1990s greats have withdrawn from stardom and the music industry, others are still making waves as musicians. Some have even found other callings, like home improvement.
Here's what all your favorite singers from the '90s are up to now.
Amy Daire contributed to a previous version of this article.The Backstreet Boys were one of the biggest boy bands of the '90s.
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This group formed in the early '90s and was made up of AJ McLean, Howie Dorough, Nick Carter, Kevin Richardson, and Brian Littrell. The five guys earned international stardom with their record hits such as "Larger Than Life," "Everybody," and "I Want It That Way."
In 2006, Richardson left the band, and they released two albums as a quartet "Unbreakable" in 2007 and "This Is Us" in 2009. He rejoined the group in 2012.
But they're still releasing new music, as well.
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To this day, they're the bestselling boy band in the world and despite falling off the map for a while back in late 2000s, they're still together making music. They'll perform their final Vegas show in April 2019.
They released their most recent album in January 2019, "DNA." It hit No. 1 on the Billboard 200, making them the first boy band to top the charts in three decades.
Sir Mix-a-Lot is most famous for his ode to big butts, "Baby Got Back."
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Sir Mix-a-Lot made waves with 1992's "Baby Got Back." He dropped three more albums following the success, none of which topped "Mack Daddy."
In 1995, he also hosted a reality show on UPN called "The Watcher," which followed the activities of people in Las Vegas via cameras hidden throughout the city. The rapper watched the antics in a suite inside the Riviera Hotel.
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