Not sure about you guys, but the soundtrack of my childhood is punctuated by my dad’s favorite music just as much as my own. Now that I'm a parent, it's a powerful thing to realize that our music choices could have just as much of an effect on our kids as my dad’s did on me. I don't take this lightly, especially when it comes to introducing my son to famous singers of the past, and specifically, the best '90s music.
I mean, the first concert my dad ever took me to ended up being the same music he and I danced to at my wedding, so yeah, I don't want to mess this up. What's the saying again? "With great power comes great responsibility?" Something like that. And I consider it my personal responsibility — nay, my personal honor — to introduce my son to both current classics and those of yesteryear. Will my favorites stand the test of time like my dad’s did? Both my current obsessions (looking at you, Bieber) as well as my previous ones (NICK CARTER, I'VE GOT YOUR BACK, ALWAYS. Call me. We can just talk.) considered, I’m thinking yes. We Millennials are a nostalgic bunch, and our celebration of '90s music is a prime example. And for your convenience, we now have a list of the best car music for moms, broken down into specific moods (because I've got your back too).