The 80s and 90s century is mainly known as the “Golden Era” of music industries. It is said that the 90s inspired many youth talents to build carrier and you will find records that many good music tracks were created in this century. Also, the 90s is not the age of 100% successors for music artists, Most of them tried, failed, and destroyed their carrier.
If you are a fan of ’90s music, Then we have collected some 90s music trivia with facts to reduce your research effort and help to get precise knowledge about 90s music.
General 90s Music Trivia
Question: What was the original title decided for the song “Wonderwall”?
Answer: “Wishing Stone”
Question: When did the song “You Oughta Know” released?
Question: Who were the two characters featured in “You Oughta Know” from “Red Hot Chili Peppers”?
Answer: Guitarist Dave Navarro and Bassist Flea
Question: When did Taylor Hawkins join foo fighters?
Question: What was the first pop song made by using auto-tune?
Question: What Pop song from the “Millennium” album was the biggest hit of all time?
Answer: I Want It That Way
Question: In the 90s century, What was the most popular song by William Phillips?
Answer: Hold On
Question: What was the best-selling pop music single in Britain created in the 90s?
Answer: “Candle in the Wind 1997”
Question: The “Buddy Holly” was released on whose songwriter’s birthday?
Answer: Rivers Cuomo
Question: In the 90s, what longest song reached the top 10 on Billboard’s hot 100 charts?
Answer: November Rain
Question: Who was the first drummer for Nirvana?
Answer: Aaron Burckhard
Question: What was the 90s longest-running song on Billboard Hot 100?
Answer: One Sweet Day
Question: The “Boy Is Mine” spent how many weeks on top of the billboard 100?
Answer: 13 Weeks
Question: When did Taylor Hawkins play drums for Alanis Morissette?
Question: The song “It’s Oh So Quiet” was inspired by which french musical movie?
Answer: The Umbrellas of Cherbourg
Question: The name of the rock band “Collective Soul” came from which novel?
Answer: The Fountainhead
Question: Who accidentally composed the song “Losing My Religion”?
Answer: Peter Buck
Question: After watching Jeff Buckley play, Who recorded the vocals to “Fake Plastic Trees”?
Answer: Thom Yorke’s
Question: Who gets the royalties for the song “Bitter Sweet Symphony”?
Answer: Mick Jagger and Keith Richards
Question: The “Rebel Girl” song is about the friendship of whom?
Answer: Kathleen Hanna and Juliana Luecking
Question: The song “Tears in Heaven” was all about whose death?
Answer: Conor (Clapton’s four-year-old son, Conor)
Question: Who was the primary composer of the song “What’s My Age Again?”?
Answer: Mark Hoppus
Question: Elizabeth Fraser was the lead singer for which band?
Answer: Cocteau Twins
Question: “Teardrop” was the song by which trip-hop group?
Answer: Massive Attack
Question: Who did the vocal on “Born Slippy”?
Answer: Karl Hyde
Question: Who has written the song “Gangsta’s Paradise”?
Question: In 1999, Eminem’s mother filed a $10 million slander lawsuit against Marshall Mathers for which song?
Answer: “My Name Is”
Question: Who gave the voice for the most popular song of Titanic “My Heart Will Go On”?
Answer: Celine Dion
Question: “Smells Like Team Spirit”‘s title idea came from where?
Question: When did Aerosmith’s song reach the billboard hot 100 for the first time?
Answer: September 1998
Question: What was the most controversial song of the 90s?
Answer: Blurred Lines
Question: What was the longest song of the 90s?
Answer: Blue Room by Orb
Question: What is the duration of the album version “November Rain” song?
Answer: 8 Minutes 57 Seconds
Question: On a live event, Rage Against The Machine ordered doughnuts for how many police officers?
Question: The song “Mrs. Potter’s Lullaby” is about a real person, What was her name?
Answer: Monica Potter
Question: What song by Aerosmith got the Oscar for Best Original Song?
Answer: “I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing”
Question: When was the song “Buddy Holly” released?
Question: When did the boy band Backstreet Boys release their first album “Millennium”?
Answer: May 18, 1999
Question: In 1994, What song by East 17 contains no band?
Answer: Stay Another Day
Question: Who made Eminem change the Lyrics of “My Name Is”?
Answer: Labi Siffre
90s Rap Music Trivia
Question: At what age Nas released his first album?
Question: The American hip-hop group EPMD stands for what?
Answer: Erick and Parrish Making Dollars
Question: Eminem has sold how many copies of his 1996 debut album “Infinite”?
Question: What song was once played by the Australian youth radio station for 24hr?
Answer: Express Yourself
Question: What was the first record released by Bad Boy Records?
Answer: Flava in Ya Ear (1994)
Question: When did Chubb Rock drop out of his medical school to start a rap career?
Question: When did Nas Co-Wrote Will Smith’s song “Gettin’ Jiggy With It”?
Question: What was the original title of the song ” No Way Out”?
Answer: Hell Up in Harlem
Question: Who is credited as the “creator of scratching”?
Answer: Grandwizard Theodore
Question: What decades are known as the “Golden Age ” of Hip-Hop songs?
Answer: 80s and 90s