9 Throwback Pop Christmas Albums to Break Out for the Holidays!

Christmas is round the corner and festivities and filling the air. So, a throwback to the most memorable pop Christmas songs ever is long due! We have taken the liberty to list out some of our all time favorite christmas rythms – please feel to add on yours in the comments section!

Merry, Merry Christmas – New Kids on the Block (1989)

This boy band rocked the 80s. It gives the hallmark of the boy band go Christmas with 10 holiday tracks that hit the late 80s and the 90s. Some of the originals featured include “I Still Believe in Santa Claus” and “Funky, Funky Christmas.”

Snowed In – Hanson (1997)

This boy band followed the new kids on the block with a Christmas carol in the 90s. the band of brothers included medley of Silent Night, O Holy Night and O Come all Ye faithful in their LP. Other good music was also included.

Home For Christmas – NSYNC (1998)

NSYNC was one of the most successful boy bands. When they had their holiday album out, it was posed to be a hit. The band did not disappoint with their rendition of Merry Christmas, Happy Holiday and their own oh-so-90. This is a truly classic album for the festive seasons.

This Christmas – 98 Degrees (1999)

Other than NSYNC’s holiday banger, the 90s enjoyed the sounds of 98 degrees with its subtle Christmas jam. This gift was a hit. The song is good for classical Christmas melody because of its sugar coating that made it hit the charts.

My Kind of Christmas – Christina Aguilera (2000)

Christina certainly created a different kind of Christmas with her melody in 2000. The artist released her coming risqué personal through an interlude that was titled Xtina’s Xmas. She gave the album the diva theme that has remained popular to date.

8 Days of Christmas – Destiny’s Child (2001)

While people were still enjoying the No. 1 album survivor, the trio destiny’s child sang the 8 days of Christmas in a different yet classic way. The wave of success brought the song to everyone’s stereo with the timeless voices of the girls remaining relevant to date.

Santa Claus Lane – Hilary Duff (2002)

This was one of the best Christmas gift from the music world. Duff who was no newcomer to holiday hits, made 200 different with songs like So yesterday and come clean. She also did some Christmas originals with Christina Milan and Lil Romeo.

Santa Hooked me up – B2K (2003)

The album was truly a hook up. The R&B boy band who was popularly known for their Bump, Bump, Bump hit embraced the spirit of Christmas. This is an original throwback with titles like Sexy Boy Christmas that makes it to every Christmas.

Ashanti’s Christmas – Ashanti (2003)

When the beautiful and talented Ashanti gave the spirit of Christmas her voice, the outcome was magical. She penned four original holiday records at her peak. Christmas Time Again and Sharing Christmas were remarkable and are still valued records. The only thing missing is Ja Rule’s voice in it.

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