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The 90s

American R&B group TLC poses at the Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards in Los Angeles, circa 1995. From left to right: Rozonda 'Chilli' Thomas, Tionne 'T-Boz' Watkins and Lisa 'Left Eye' Lopes. Archive Photos/Getty Images hide caption

The 90s


February is Black History Month, and each week, all month, World Cafe correspondent John Morrison will be taking you on a journey of R&B through the decades. In this session, we dig into the '90s, when groups like TLC were offering a modern take on styles that had taken root decades before.

"Vocal groups are a tradition in Black music, whether we are talking about the doo-wop era, Motown, the girl groups of the '60s," Morrison says. "It's like a key, defining characteristic of Black music."

The other crucial facet of nineties emotional intelligence, such as it was, was that while caring about things was not cool, caring about people was, so long as you displayed your care for them by being as damaged as possible and then letting them know that your damaged self had, out of all the other damaged selves in the world, chosen them. Hence, how, in Reality Bites, Troy gets to say this:

This is a truly dark-ass roast with just the right amount of roasty toasty marshmallow before it blows up like a burning asteroid at your kid-friendly bbq party. If you're looking for more of an Italian roast, this is your game. Not for the faint of heart.

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