If you are a 90s kid and have grown up listening to pop music, then I am sure *NSYNC would be one of your favourite pop artists. Justin Timberlake, JC Chasez, Chris Kirkpatrick, Joey Fatone, and Lance Bass, the boy band was able to choreograph and sync as one of the bestselling artists for all ages. So here we have hand-picked the top ten *NSYNC tracks based on the chart success and popularity.
1. This I Promise You
Released as the third single from their second studio album No Strings Attached(2000), the song pedestaled at fifth on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, reaching among top-ten single in the US. The song has a strong message about the promises in any strong relationship.
2. Girlfriend feat. Nelly
Released as the final single from their final studio album, Celebrity (2001), this R&B-inspired track was among the top ten of the Billboard Hot 100. It is a blend of some serious dance moves and when we say “serious”, we mean it.
This grammy-nominated track describes the hardships and difficulties when someone goes through a breakup. It is one of the best performing love ballads by the group.
4. Here We Go(1998)
It is the third single from their self-titled album *NSYNC and has some serious dance moves and upbeat tune. It was among the top ten songs in Switzerland, Austria and off course Germany, which was the only country where the song was officially released as a single.
5. (God Must Have Spent) A Little More Time On You
Soul-touching and kind-hearted are the ideal words that summarise this track. The song proves the group’s ability to compose soft ballads. Released as the third single from the self-titled album, it ranked in the top ten of the Billboard Hot 100.
6. Tearing Up My Heart
With more impressive dance moves and synchronisation to perfection, the is the second single from the group’s self-titled album *NSYNC. As catchy as it sounds, the pop track lifted the band’s career to greater heights.
Released as the first single from their final studio album Celebrity(2001), the track has a quirky mixing of sounds.
8. I Want You Back
This worldwide debut track again came out from their self-titled album. The group’s video took the choreography to the next level. By this track, they gave the world a preview of their exciting music execution.
9. It Is Gonna Be Me
This chart-bursting song, from their second studio album, revolved around a girl who can’t commit to a man. This time, the band nailed it with the track reaching number one on the Billboard Hot 100. The video is as impressive and the track sounds.
10. Bye Bye Bye
Well, this was the biggest hit of their entire career, reaching among the top ten songs in several countries. It was nominated in 2001 for record of the year. Its video shows the band members being controlled by a master of puppets.