Salt-n-Pepa with En Vogue – “Whatta Man” – (1993)

This is one of the most popular songs by either Salt-n-Pepa or En Vogue (the best girl group the 90s, sorry TLC). “What a Man” was originally recorded as a soul track in 1968 by Linda Lyndell. En Vogue covered it and layered a Salt-n-Pepa rap over top of it to generate a top three hit on the Hot 100. It was also nominated for a Grammy. It’s an awesome 90s track.

#38 – En Vogue – “My Lovin’ (You’re Never Gonna Get It)” – (1992)

Okay, I didn’t realize until just know that the title of #39 is “Vogue” and the group name of #38 is En Vogue. Yeah, that’s weird – and unintentional. The gals in this group were very talented vocally – perhaps that is why they were chosen to appear as the guest vocalists on Salt-N-Pepa’s “Whatta Man” (which is an awesome song in its own right). Neither of these songs achieved the success of 1996’s “Don’t Let Go (Love)” – unfortunately, I can never remember what song that actually is from the title alone, although I recognize it immediately upon hearing it.