Top 40 Karaoke Songs – 90s

Who doesn’t fall for a throwback jam? Anyone has a song that makes him/her happy. You can concur with me that a song was released years ago but still makes you feel fresh. In case you’re looking for the best song list to go with your equipment setup for karaoke night, then stick with me. In this post, you’ll get to know the best karaoke songs that will never fail to make everyone dance/sing along with you.

RNB JAMS: 

best 90s karaoke songsThese tracks are guaranteed to top off your night and thus give you a head start if you’re aiming for the prize at the end of the night.

I’m talking about tracks like:
1. You make me wanna by Usher 1997
2. Fantasy by Mariah Carey 1995
3. Remember the time by Michael Jackson 1991
4. I want it that way by backstreet boys 1999

ROCK JAMS: 

If you’re in the mood to scream your lungs out and rock your face off, the 90s didn’t disappoint with the era of high rock bands such as Nirvana and pearl jam and a bunch of other legends. Here are a couple of tracks guaranteed to have your pals rocking out.

5. Loser by Beck 1994
6. Smells like teen spirit by Nirvana 1991
7. Losing my religion by R.E.M 1991
8. under the bridge by Red hot chill peppers 1991
9. November Rain – Guns N’ Roses 1991
10. Don’t speak by No doubt 1995
11. Bitter Sweet Symphony by The Verve 1997

HIP HOP JAMS: 

hip hop karaoke songs in the 90sThat time when you’re in the mood to emulate the OGs of rap and hip-hop, the ninety brought us legends like Ice Cube, Notorious B.I.G, Tupac, Puff Daddy, and legendary groups like naughty by nature and NWA. It’s a jam that will excite the night.

12. Gin and Juice by Snoop Dogg 1993
13. Elevators by Outkast 1996
14. juicy by the Notorious B.I.G 1994
15. I got 5 on it by Luniz 1995
16. O.P.P by naughty by nature 1991
17. Regulate by Nate Dogg 1994
18. Jump Around by house of pain 1992

DANCE TRACKS: 

best karaoke songs in the 1990sIf you’re still up by 10 pm and you want to get your groove on, here are a few to get you started:

19. Be my lover by La Bouche 1995
20. Show me love by Robin S 1993
21. Gypsy woman by crystal waters 1991
22. Good Vibrations by Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch 1991
23. gotta make you sweat by C+C Music Factory 1990
24. Supermodel by RuPaul 1993
25. Believe by Cher 1998
26. Vogue by Madonna 1990
27. This Is How We Do It by Montell Jordan 1995
28. I’m Every Woman by Whitney Houston 1992

COUNTRY JAMS: 

To finalize on this playlist, we can’t forget to jam out to the tunes of Alan Jackson, Reba McEntire, and Vince, etc.

29. Friends in Low Places by Garth Brooks 1990
30. She’s in Love with the Boy by Trisha Yearwood 1991
31. Pocket Full of Gold by Vince Gill 1991
32. For My Broken Heart by Reba McEntire 1991
33. I Saw the Light by Wynonna 1992
34. I Will Always Love You by Whitney Houston 1992
35. Don’t Rock the jukebox by Alan Jackson 1991
36. I Can Love You Better by Dixie Chicks 1997
37. No One Else on Earth by Wynonna 1992
38. No Fences by Garth Brooks 1990
39. I Still Believe in You by Vince Gill 1992
40. Does He Love You by Reba McEntire 1993

Wrap-Up

In reality, the list of tracks is endless, whatever genre you’re into, the 90s has the songs that relate to the day to day situations we face in our lives. When you find yourself on the microphone jamming your heart out to this tunes, you relate to the lyrics of the artist, and thus you find yourself elevated above the rest.
It’s the power of music. It lifts your soul, and that’s why the 90s to me was an era that can never be replaced. It was a time of rock gods and pop kings. A period of video vixens and rap queens. A time where music truly started evolving from the humble beginnings of naughty by nature to the unfortunate beef between Tupac and Notorious B.I.G. The 90s will be remembered for bringing us music that inspired and uplifted us in our times of sorrow. It’s the kind of music we can all celebrate when we want to have a good time.