If I Could Which Era I Was Born In Grade 8 Essay

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Anelisa Duma 9E4
If I could choose which era I was born in I would choose...
What do Michael Jordan, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Britney Spears and Walkmans have in common? They were all things that made the American 1990s the best decade ever! If I could choose which era I was born, I would choose the mid-eighties so I could be able to grow up in the Iconic 90s.
Firstly, the 90s had some of the best music. The 90s saw the rise of the greatest bands and artists. NAS and Tupac dominated hip hop charts, while Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey and Celine Dion sung their way to superstardom one note at a time. We were introduced to divas Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera for the first time. No matter what genre- rock, rap, pop, punk, country- the music was incredible.
The decade was filled with sports heroes we could believe in. They broke insane records without the use of power-enhancing steroids (or atleast they were better at hiding it). Michael Jordan took the game of basketball to another level and became known as one of the best athletes of all time. Other sport legends from this time include Brazilian soccer player Ronaldo who was awarded his first FIFA World Player of the Year aw...

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