The Definitive Top 10 ‘90s Karaoke Songs

Life lesson – You should never trust anyone who says they don’t like either pizza or karaoke.  Has it really been 16 years since Will Smith’s ‘Willennium’ officially put an end to one of our favourite decades of music? Damn.

HS ’91 are throwing a ’90s Karaoke party at The Macbeth, Hoxton 15 March.

To get in the spirit, here’re our 10 favourite ‘90s songs to belt out from the top of our lungs.

R. Kelly – ‘I Believe I Can Fly’

What.A.Tune. This is essential for the not-so-great singers as you can just shout it and it still sounds excellent.

Oasis – ‘Wonderwall’

The song that defined a decade. Sing with your arms behind your back or whilst arguing with a sibling for the authentic Liam Gallagher experience.

Natalie Imbruglia – ‘Torn’

The Aussie’s first ever single. So many feels.

Spice Girls – ‘Say You’ll Be There’

Anyone who says they didn’t love the Spice Girls is a liar.

Kriss Kross – ‘Jump Jump’

The third biggest selling US single of 1992. You definitely owned this on cassette.

The Fugees – ‘Killing Me Softly’

The song is absolutely massive. If you can match Lauren Hill’s range then you win at life.

Dre Dre feat. Snoop Dogg – ‘Nuthin’ But A G Thang’

West Coast hip-hop hit its stride in the ‘90s and this Dre and Snoop collaboration is essential.

Barenaked Ladies – ‘One Week’

Mastering this song is the holy grail of Karaoke.

Sisqo – ‘The Thong Song’

Panic At The Disco’s recent cover proved that despite the doubters, ‘Thong Song’ truly is timeless.

Semisonic – ‘Closing Time’

The quintessential end of the night song.

We’re offering 15% of 4-8 tickets for HS ’91 Karoake. Enter code GRPMCH at

Offer valid from 19.30 Monday 7 March to 19.30 Monday 1 March.



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