Top 5 artists from the 80s that still iconic

Music lovers always look for a way to connect to the emotions that music produces in them, especially when it reminds them of those good times when they were younger and full of energy, those days continue to shine in their hearts.

That is why in this throwback post, we made for you a compilation of the five exponents, which in one way or another, marked a spectacular decade such as the 80s, musically speaking, and that despite time continue to make history and for being references in the mainstream culture.

That period was the one that had most of the greatest changes because society and the future were taking a new direction and of course, music was not going to be left behind.

Michael Jackson

The undisputed King of Pop contributed greatly to the music and dance codes of the pop genre, which made him an international figure in popular culture for more than four decades, being recognized as the most successful pop music star worldwide. Michael Jackson is estimated to have sold more than 400 million of his musical productions, making him one of the top-selling musicians. He has been inducted into the Rock Hall of Fame twice.


She was one of the most important figures of this decade, and to this day, she continues to talk about it because she is still active in the entertainment industry. Not only is she known as the Queen of Pop, but she was the icon of women’s music of the 80s. She managed with her modern and imposing image, innovative music, and outstanding personality to be successful and known to this day, she remains iconic for generations.

Bon Jovi

This American pop rock and hard rock band, during its early years, was considered one of the characteristic groups of glam metal, standing out for its glamorous image and long well-groomed manes.

What is

The British rock group was formed in 1970 by singer Freddie Mercury, guitarist Brian May, drummer Roger Taylor, and bassist John Deacon. The band enjoyed great success with albums such as ‘Sheer Heart Attack’ (1974) and ‘A Night at the Opera’ (1975), notably for the single ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’, which placed Queen at the forefront of the band music scene. Named the thirteenth best hard rock band of all time on the VH1’s 100 Greatest Artists of Hard Rock list; they were also chosen as “The best British group of all time”.

Bryan Adams

A Canadian singer, songwriter, musician, and photographer. Among his musical styles is rock. Songs like Heaven and Everything I Do I Do It For You positioned him on the top charts.

And for you, which were the singers and bands from the 80s that left their mark on your life?

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