Curating A Playlist In The ’90s Should Have Been An Olympic Sport

Blurry because it was taken in 1996 with a Kodak disposable camera.

Listening to music is like MAGIC these days! All you have to do is press a button to access hundreds of pre-made playlists. But trust me, it wasn’t always this easy. When I was a teen in the ’90s, curating a playlist was more like an Olympic sport! If you think life in the time of Google Home is tough, allow me to give you a crash course in the art of ’90s playlist creation.




A look back on hilarious moments from my childhood that seem too weird to be true, and the inspiration that came from a simpler time- specifically the 1980’s to the 2000’s as a kid in Delco.

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Aubrie Williams

Aubrie Williams

Professional Role Model by day, comedian/writer by night. Huge fan of Dolly Parton and pizza. One half of King Friday Productions with Shannon DeVido.

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