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Do you have a major girl group fan in your life, but have no clue what to get them this upcoming holiday season? Looking for the perfect gift for a superfan is hard enough as it is. Luckily for you, we compiled a list of all the major girl groups going as far back as the 60s.
Featuring hip-hop and pop (k-pop, too) groups including Salt-N-Pepa, Fifth Harmony, Destiny’s Child, Little Mix, Blackpink, TLC, Spice Girls, The Supremes, and The Pussycat Dolls, we have something for literally everybody.
Though The Supremes aren’t hip-hop or pop, the Detroit singing group from the 60s featured exceptionally talented artists including the infamous Diana Ross. Fast forward some 20 years and New York City’s Salt-N-Pepa emerged onto the hip-hop scene with classics such as “Push It!” and “Whatta Man.” TLC reigned the 90s with “Creep” and “No Scrubs,” which we often bump to this day. Destiny’s Child also got their start at this time, but it wasn’t until the late 90s/early 00s that they really blew up and seemingly took over the world. Right up there with them was the UK’s Spice Girls, who literally had a world of their own, Spice World — and for superfans, this comedic feature film is gold.
In the world of modern-day pop, as we know it, The Pussycat Dolls had a chokehold on the industry with “Buttons,” featuring Snoop Dogg. Little Mix put UK pop groups back in the mix in 2011, while Fifth Harmony, aka 5H, came about a year later in 2012, giving us such solo artists Camila Cabello and Normani making hits for us today. Finally, the most powerful super-girl group of today single-handedly goes to K-poppers Blackpink. They’ve made amazing collaborations with Selena Gomez, Dua Lipa, Lady Gaga, and even Cardi B!
Check out our master list of all the major popular girl groups below: