In many ways, 1999 was a peak year for the record industry. With millions of kids buying CDs at up to $18 each and the teen-pop juggernaut plowing full speed ahead, major labels were minting money. Who knew that a college kid named Shawn Fanning and his new peer-to-peer file-sharing program Napster were about to change the music business forever? Here's a look back at 10 stars who scored big in '99 and what they're up to now.
By Andy Greene