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11 Rockin' Girl Names Inspired by '90s Girl Bands

If you were a kid in the '90s, you probably spent a lot of your time crushing on boy bands like N'SYNC and Backstreet Boys, with all of their sweet moves and their perfect hair. But it's hard to deny that this decade also saw the emergence of plenty of awesome girl groups that were just as talented and cool as their male counterparts. In addition to setting the stage for many modern female acts, these girl groups were made up of women with awesome names. And, if you're looking to raise an equally talented and empowering girl, then these baby names inspired by '90s girl bands are the perfect pick.

From pop to hip-hop to rock, girl groups dominated the charts during the decade. Some of them were one-hit wonders with short-lived careers, while others used their girl group status as means to propel themselves into some pretty major solo careers. But they all had great voices and great style to back it up.

So if you're looking for a name for your baby girl that rocks, take inspiration from some of the names on this. It won't guarantee that your daughter will ever have a hit on the Billboard charts, but it'll give her some serious cred with '90s babies.



In the '90s, she was Posh Spice, but today, the singer, fashion designer, and wife of David Beckham goes by Victoria.



It's hard to believe that Queen Bey had a life before her amazing solo career,. But she got her start as the lead singer of the Houston-based quartet, Destiny's Child.



Before she was a solo act, or even a member of the Pussycat Dolls, Nicole Scherzinger was part of the girl group, Eden's Crush, made of up reality singing show contestants.



TLC was everything in the '90s, and Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes was the personality behind the crazy, sexy, and cool trio.



Before she was a real housewife of Atlanta, Kandi Burress was one-fourth of the badass R&B girl group, Xscape that was known for "Just Kickin' It."



Arguably one of the best female rappers of all time, Lauryn Hill was one-third of the hit-making '90s group, The Fugees.



The front woman of the grunge band Hole , Courtney Love had an infamous relationship with the late rocker, Kurt Cobain.



Though not technically a rocker herself, Frances Bean Cobain, is definitely rock royalty.



R&B beauty Aaliyah, who died tragically in 2001, had some major '90s party hits in her collection.



She has a pretty successful solo career now, but in the '90s, Gwen Stefani was most known for being the lead singer of No Doubt.



I don't know what the heck a seether is, but Nina Gordon of the '90s alternative band, Veruca Salt, told the world that it was the center of it all.