11 Music Videos With Hidden '90s References
By Rose Wythe
November 21, 2019
Nostalgia for the ‘90s is alive and well — and you really have to look no further than the 10 music videos below for proof. Artists from The Weeknd to Destiny’s Child to Katy Perry are all about paying homage to the best decade of all in their vids, and we’re, like, totally here for it. Check out 10 music videos below that managed to sneak in a ‘90s reference or several.
Charli XCX & Troye Sivan's "1999" has ALL of the 90s references. Titanic, Sketchers, Spice Girls, AOL Instant Messenger. You name it, it's in the video.
The Weeknd’s “Party Monster” video references Goosebumps.
Iggy Azalea’s “Fancy” video feat. Charli XCX references Clueless.
Katy Perry’s “TGIF” video references Hanson (and much more.)
Britney Spears’ “Oops!...I Did It Again” video references Titanic.
The Wanted’s “Walks Like Rihanna” video parodies ‘90s boy bands.
Destiny’s Child “Girl” references “Sex and the City.”
Charli XCX’s “Break The Rules” references The Craft.
My Chemical Romance’s “Ghost of You” video references Saving Private Ryan.
Big Sean’s “Play No Games” feat. Chris Brown & Ty Dolla $ign references “Martin.”
Andddd Kimbra’s “‘90s Music” video references everything ‘90s.
Celebrate all of your favorite 90s music on iHeartRadio’s iHeart90s station.