Female Groups from 80s & 90s

It’s Day 2 of music dedication week here on the blog. There’s so much music out there that I’ve decided to split it up into two parts. This week it’ll be all about us ladies and the next time I do a music dedication week, it’ll be all about the men. Highlighted today are five female groups from the 80s & 90s.


T-Boz, Left Eye and Chili were the group to beat back in the day…they were hip and they were trendsetters. Left-Eye is missed.


This was probably one of the best girl groups of the time.  When this group broke up it shocked everyone. I would love to see a reunion CD with all the original members.


We all paused when we saw a group of women who not only sang but played all the instruments in the band. Whether they were singing “The Men All Pause” or my other favorite “Divas Need Love Too” Klymaxx is one of my top favorite groups from this time.


These Jermaine Dupree proteges were hip and could sang their butts off.  This is another group I hate broke up. Tiny’s been in the news because of her famous rapper boyfriend TI and one of the other ladies has been doing well as a songwriter. This is one of my favorites-Am I Dreaming – a collaboration with the group Ol’ School

Mary Jane Girls 

I had to add this group because me and high school friends performed one of their songs in a talent show. I thought I was grown.

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Members want to go solo. You hear maybe one CD and then nothing from them or the rest of the group. That’s been the fate of quite a few of the groups out from this period.

Who are some of your favorite girl groups from the 80s and 90s?

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  1. i agree with every choice you made. even total – they changed the good a little when puffy dropped their album and style.

    my favorites are en vogue, tlc, swv, and i liked changing faces too. probably some other that i can’t remember right now.

  2. ^^that would be the 90s.

    i was too far gone on that rap music in the 80s. LOL.

  3. Don, I remember SWV & Changing Faces. I have copies of their CDs too. Don, stop back by tomorrow and I’ll be doing the women in hip-hop.

  4. How about Brownstone? I heard they got back together for like a minute (smile).

  5. The gals of En Vogue had great voices. I also liked a group called 7-0-2, and not just because my birthday is July 2nd (they were from the Las Vegas area, and named themselves after the area code).

  6. Lori, I remember Brownstore. I actually have their CD.

    lol Bettye. I also have 7-0-2’s CD.

    I think I have just as many CDs as I do books :)

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  8. hey yal m bein an 80’s rapper for halloween

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