1990s music stars: Where are they now?

Published On: Mar 26 2012 02:09:46 PM EDT   Updated On: Mar 26 2015 02:00:00 AM EDT

With Mariah Carey celebrating her 45th birthday on Thursday, check up on the singer and some of your other favorite 1990s music stars.

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While the band released four follow-up records, it never recaptured the success it saw with its 1994 debut "Cracked Rear View." With the band currently on indefinite hiatus, Rucker has found a second act as a country singer. He first released a solo R&B album in 2002, but later signed to Capitol Records Nashville and released his first country album in 2008. His first single off that album, "Don't Think I Don't Think About It," made him the first black artist to chart a No. 1 on the Hot Country Songs charts since Charley Pride in 1983. He has since recorded the No. 1 country hits "It Won't Be Like This for Long," "Alright," "Come Back Song," "This" and "Wagon Wheel," the last a Grammy-winner off his third country album, 2013's "True Believers." His next album, "Southern Style," is scheduled for a March 31, 2015, release.


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