Music Review- Tiffany Alvord and Future Sunsets: 90s Pop MASHUP!

What happens when two Millennial YouTube singers team-up to create a amalgam of all of your favorite 90s tropes? You get a pretty fun, cool, totally awesome remixed version of some of the hits that you hate now, but loved when you were a kid. It is okay to admit it. Tiffany Alvord and Future Sunsets sing a duet that they have titled 90s Pop MASHUP that features some songs you love and others you want to forget.

Tiffany Alvord and Future Sunsets both have talented voices to be able to mash-up the song the way they did. They weaved together all sorts of hits from the 90s, including the theme song to ‘Friends,’ One More Time, Barbie Girl, All Star, and so many others from those bygone days.

While the music video is simple, it contains so many obvious and some very subtle Easter eggs that only a child of the 90s would understand. You see old school Nickelodeon references including Rugrats and Ren & Stimpy. There’s a mysterious Waldo who constantly makes a cameo in the background. For the first time, you finally spotted the mysterious person. Speaking as a former gamer, it was also pretty to see the Street Fighter reference as they were singing.  Both the artists singing nailed the nostalgic sound of the 90s, that epic pop sound that has never gone away, even as we enter the 2020s. Definitely check it out.

That is my review. What did you think? Let me know in the comments below. Click on the link in the picture to view it. Check out my thoughts on Lindsey Stirling’s cover of Green Day’s Boulevard of Broken Dreams. Don’t forget to like, share, and subscribe for more posts like this one.

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