We're trying to find out what you think is the Greatest Pop Song of the Modern Era, PopCrushers. This bout of March Music Madness brings us two '80s ladies at opposite ends of the spectrum in terms of music and style: Cyndi Lauper and Paula Abdul. Both made big splashes with their debut albums and both peaked with signature hits off of those albums -- but that's where the similarities end.
It can't be considered true March Music Madness until two of the biggest bands of the '80s duke it out! Your vote will determine which will continue to vie for Greatest Pop Song of the Modern Era. Both still rocking and rolling today, Bon Jovi and U2 first made it big three decades ago, albeit with a pair of very different hits that have since become their signature songs.
With March Music Madness upon us, it is up to you, PopCrushers, to pick the Greatest Pop Song of the Modern Era. Now in contention: Two of the fiercest female rivals of the 1980s (and well beyond), Janet Jackson and Madonna!
March Music Madness is in full swing, with your votes determining which tune will be named the Greatest Pop Song of the Modern Era. For this round, it's truly a battle royal, with music royalty (the King of Pop) pitted against music royalty (Prince).