Section 2: TheTop 40

After 7 hit the Billboard Top 40 with “Heat of the Moment” “Ready Or Not” “Can’t Stop” “Nights Like This” and “’Til You Do Me Right”

Christina Aguilera had three hits in the ‘90s – “Genie in a Bottle” “What A Girl Wants” and “The Christmas Song,” the first two of which went to #1.

Ahmad’s lone hit “Back in the Day” hit the top 40 in 1994.

Alabama remade “God Must Have Spent a Little More Time On You” with *NSync in ’99 giving them their only top 40 hit of the decade.

Tatyana Ali is multitalented. She took “Daydreamin’” all the way to #6 and made nerdy girls look sexy as Ashley Banks in the Fresh Prince.

Alias also hit the top 40 with “More Than Words Can Say” and “Waiting For Love.”

All-4-One took “So Much In Love” “I Swear” “I Can Love You Like That” and “Someday” into the top 40.

All Saints’s “I Know Where’s It’s At” and “Never Ever” both cracked the top 40.

Allure hit the top 40 twice with “Head Over Heels” and “All Cried Out.”

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