The Spice Girls’ Solo Albums Are Actually Bomb as Hell

But make no mistake: We still need a new Girl Power LP.

As a late ’90s/early ’00s baby, the Spice Girls hold a very special place in my heart. They’re the godmothers of Y2K pop. The queens. The OGs. The mantra of girl power was a feminist chant unprecedented at the time. A war cry, really. The girls’ social strides (and fashion moments) live on today, as well as their unmatchable pool of glitzy pop cheese.

The band’s last LP (sans Geri Halliwell), Forever , came out Nov.6, 2000, which means it turned 15 yesterday. After it wrapped, the four girls went on to release solo albums at various levels of success. Commercial impact aside, the girls’ individual music is actually pretty awesome. All ladies have experimented with various types of pop, and the results—without fail—are delicious. (But make no mistake: We still need a fourth group studio album.)

Victoria Beckham (Posh Spice)

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