From Netflix's upcoming Full House revival to Brooklyn's inaugural 90sFest, nostalgia for the decade that brought us Friends, Michael Jordan, Tamagotchis (remember those?!) and the "Macarena" has reached a fever pitch..
The '90s are also the backdrop for Dope, a coming-of-age flick from writer director Rick Famuyiwa (The Woods). The Sundance darling follows high-school senior Malcolm (Shameik Moore) and his fellow group of teen nerds as they navigate adolescence in Inglewood, Calif., bonded by '90s punk/hip-hop/counterculture.
ET caught up with the multicultural cast to find out their favorite fashion trends and music from the last great decade.
ET: What is your favorite clothing item from the '90s? Blake Anderson: "Fanny Packs... I feel like we need a fanny pack acceptance. They really are helpful." Rick Fox: "Unfortunately, I got caught up in the NBA-era of zoot suits." Chanel Iman: "I love like a high-waisted paint... and crop tops and big earrings." Keith Stanfield: "I like the overalls. I had a pair that was flooded
What is your favorite song from the '90s? Blake Anderson: "Something by E-40 or Too Short. We'll say 'Captain Save A Hoe.'" Allen Maldonado: "'Pumps and a Bump.' Was that MC Hammer? Was that the '90s?!" Rick Fox: "I'm a Soul to Soul guy--'Back to Life.' 'I Left My Wallet In El Segundo' was a big one for me [by] A Tribe Called Quest. Lot of early,early hip-hop and R&B." Chanel Iman: "It would be A Tribe Called Quest song so that would be 'Benita Applebum.'" Rick Famuyiwa (Director): "'Scenario'--A Tribe Called Quest." Keith Stanfield: "I still listen to everything from the '90s. 'Gangster's Paradise' by Coolio."