4) En Vogue This iconic California quartet has racked up Grammys, MTV Video Music awards, Soul Train awards and many other honors in higher numbers than almost any other female group in the 90s. From their beginnings in 1989 they charted the way for all other female groups of their era. Before any of the other women on this list and long after some, there was En Vogue.

We love the 90s! Looking back there are so many things about music that have changed, but no genre is more missed than the golden age of 90s R&B.

Many talented artists joined forces to make R&B groups that dominated the decade. In another Black Music Month installment theGrio is emphasizing groups that came together to make music the industry will never forget.

See if your favorite male or female group made the top ten.