Shania Twain and Faith Hill were pioneers, ushering women of country music into the pop music world in the late '90s. Twain is literally the Queen of Country-Pop. She's the only woman in music to score three consecutive diamond-selling albums. Hill was already an established country darling when she dropped "This Kiss" in 1998, becoming her first top 10 hit on the Billboard Hot 100. She's gathered several multi-platinum albums and the biggest hit of 2000 with "Breathe." Who's your favorite? 🎤
Favorite pioneering '90s country-pop icon: Shania Twain or Faith Hill?
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