The '90s was a decade of great music and memorable No. 1 hits. The Billboard Top 100 had a slew of great songs, but just how well do you know the No. 1 hits of that decade? Find out now with this No. 1 hits quiz!
Bolton's hit song reached No. 1 on January 20, 1990. It spent three weeks at the top spot.
Jackson's hit song closed out the year at No. 1. It spent seven weeks in total in the top spot.
Voguing became a popular dance after Madonna's hit. The "Queen of Pop" spent three weeks at No. 1.
"Gettin' Jiggy Wit It" was a chart-topper for three weeks. It also marked the revival of Smith's music career after he successfully transitioned to acting.
Spears' debut saw her spend two weeks at No. 1. The song stands as one of the best-selling singles of all time, with over 10 million copies sold.
The song lasted an astounding 16 weeks at No. 1. No other Billboard No. 1 from the '90s had a longer reign at the top.
Vanilla Ice's real name is Robert Van Winkle. He owned the No. 1 spot for just a week and is one of the most notorious one-hit wonders in music history.
Mark Wahlberg (aka Marky Mark) spent a week at No. 1 with "Good Vibrations." Fortunately for Wahlberg, he had a bit more success on the big screen after his music career.
Adams' love song was a major hit, spending seven weeks at No. 1. It certainly didn't hurt that the song was connected to a hit movie.
The song never hit No. 1 in Right Said Fred's home country, the United Kingdom, because it was blocked by Bryan Adams' "(Everything I Do) I Do It For You."
After one week atop the charts, Elton John and George Michael were knocked off by Right Said Fred's "I'm Too Sexy."
Williams enjoyed five weeks at No. 1 with her hit. She has also seen success as an actress and multi-faceted performer.
Boyz II Men spent 13 weeks on top of the mountain with the song. Amazingly enough, "End Of The Road" isn't the group's longest-running No. 1 hit.
"Oh, my, God Becky, look at her butt. It is so big..." is an iconic line that anyone who lived through the '90s knows.
The song spent a single week at No. 1. It was the theme for Aladdin and Jasmine's magic carpet ride.
Houston's hit song stuck at No. 1 for 14 straight weeks and wasn't removed until March of 1993.
Meat Loaf's hit song lasted five weeks at No. 1. He successfully transitioned into acting, also.
Dion lasted four weeks atop the charts. She enjoyed four No. 1 hits in the '90s.
"The Sign" was a No. 1 sensation for six weeks. It was Ace of Base's only No. 1 hit.
The song hit No. 1 in 1994. Loeb was the lead singer of the band Lisa Loeb & Nine Stories.
In total, Boyz II Men spent 20 weeks on the mountaintop with the two songs. "I'll Make Love To You" had the longer run, with 14 weeks at No. 1.
"Waterfalls" was just one of two songs TLC hit No. 1 with in 1995. The other was "Creep."
Jordan's hit spent seven weeks topping the charts. Only two songs had a better run in 1995.
Coolio enjoyed three weeks at No. 1. His song also made it into the film "Dangerous Minds" starring Michelle Pfeiffer.
"The Crossroads" spent eight weeks at No. 1. Only two songs had a longer run at the top in 1996.
Tupac had help from K-Ci and JoJo on "How Do You Want It" and Dr. Dre on "California Love."
Blackstreet spent four weeks at No. 1. The group never recreated its success with another No. 1 hit.
It took four weeks for the Spice Girls to be knocked off. Girl power stood strong even after "Wannabe" was replaced atop the charts.
Isaac, Taylor and Zac made up Hanson. The boys reigned supreme at No. 1 for three weeks with their major-label debut.
Puff Daddy (now known as P Diddy or Diddy) had a hand in three No. 1 hits that year. "I'll Be Missing You" lasted for 11 weeks in the top spot.
The song spent 14 weeks at No. 1. According to Billboard, John's hit was the best-selling single in Billboard history.
While Brandy had a hand in "The Boy is Mine," Monica held the top spot by herself with "The Last Night." Brandy and Monica's song spent 13 weeks at No. 1.
Aerosmith took the top spot for four weeks. "Armageddon" has grossed over $550 million worldwide since its release.
Martin's single spent five weeks atop the mountain. It was also tied for the second-longest run of any song on Billboard's top 100 in 1999.
The pair produced a song that lasted 12 weeks at No. 1. No other song in 1999 lasted longer atop the charts.