Pop/Rap group FakeLife delivered one of the best homages to the 90’s with 2013’s “Find Me in the 90’s”, with references to Fresh Prince, Michael Jordan, Sonic, Mario and much more.
With his sort of resemblance to Sly Stallone, musician(?) Wayne Scott apparently made a song/music video about Rambo sometime in the mid-80’s, but that’s about all the info that exists for this oddity.
An evil version of U2 threatens Bono and the group, so The Edge has to team up with Lara Croft to find a way to stop them in the music video for Elevation, off the Tomb Raider soundtrack.
Co-starring in Romeo Must Die with Jet Li, Aalyiah contributed the lead single off the movie’s soundtrack, “Try Again”, and Li appeared in the music video as the two dance in a hall of mirrors.
For The Scorpion King, director Chuck Russell originally wanted a revamped version of Godsmack’s “Voodoo” but lead singer Sully Erna instead delivered the hard rocking new song, I Stand Alone.
Jack Slater arrives at a sold out AC/DC concert in the music video for “Big Gun” from the Last Action Hero soundtrack.
Although the movie didn’t seem particularly “punk rock”, The Ramones came in to deliver the theme song for 1989’s Stephen King adaptation, Pet Sematary.
Internet songsmith Lemon Demon crafted a slightly creepy ballad using Goosebumps books as lyrics for the, appropriately titled, “Goosebumps”.
Jack Black pays homage to the wonderfully cheesy movie theme songs of the 80’s and 90’s with the official song of the Goosebumps movie, Bumps Gonna Goose Ya.
After watching Nightmare on Elm Street, The Fresh Prince has a terrible nightmare in a song that was ultimately not used for Nightmare on Elm Street 4, Nightmare on My Street.