90s girl groups

BTS reaction - their gf’s idol group covering “Now You Know”

^^^^ seriously y’all gotta listen to this song! I don’t watch 90% of the girl groups because I don’t like the ‘sexy’ concepts. I love this song to MUCH it’s crazy!


He’d be dancing along with the proudest look on his face. He would love seeing you speaking out on something you passionate about. (ft.TaeTae)

Originally posted by randomgot7btstrash


He would support you 100%. He would for sure be the type to date a girl who isn’t afraid to say what she means. He would stand by you and your group when the cover drops.

Originally posted by nevermindmyg

Rap Monster

He’d completely back you up. Namjoon is definitely the guy to speak out for those without a voice. He would be proud to call himself your boyfriend and a fan of your group. He loves that your group isn’t hyper-feminine or over sexualized.

Originally posted by ksjknj

J Hope

“Your group always amazes me~”

He loves your feminist concept. He’d think it was refreshing to see a girl group like yours around. 

Originally posted by kawaiinekololitablog


He would have the smuggest ‘my girl’s a bad ass’ look on his face. He’d love the fact that your group covered a song with such a powerful message.

Originally posted by c-stress


“Wooowww! You’re incredible!”

I completely agrees with the song. He never even realized how truthful the lyrics were and how they applied to kpop until he heard it in his own language.

Originally posted by btsreactionsandgifs


Much like Taehyung, Junkook would see the entertainment business in a whole new light. He’d be completely enlighten that his girlfriend feels to passionate about it and would support you and your group.

Originally posted by iwanthope


Throwback to 1992 when En Vogue released their album “Funky Divas.” The albums’ first two tracks “My Lovin (You’re Never Gonna Get It) and "Giving Him Something He Can Feel” both made top ten pop and peaked at No. 1 on the R&B charts.


Hair Battle Thursdays: 90s Girl Groups

We’re closing out this week’s #HairBattleThursdays with the best-selling female group of all time, Spice Girls! Each member rocked a signature look that fit their nicknames and stage personalities to a T.

Scary had the voluminous, curly afro; Posh sported the sexy, dark rocker look; Baby had the blonde, doll-like styles; Sporty had the ponytails and other athletic trends; and Ginger, well, was a ginger, embracing the bold red color.

Should the biggest cultural icons of the 1990s reign this week’s #HairBattleThursdays?


June’s Diary doing an EPIC ass cover of Jodeci’s “Stay”

We tryna get the numbers up for these beautiful, talented, brown women.