This Tuesday, the 14th, BTS shocked fans by announcing a break from the group. According to the members, they will not split up, but will take time to focus on their solo careers.
The South Korean group has piled up hits in recent years, such as Dynamite and Butterand had released an album, proofon the last day 10 with the biggest of them.
During the dinner broadcast BTS’ Partywhen they made the announcement, the idols – as they are called K-pop idols – said they were afraid of disappointing fans, but believed they needed to develop individually.
“I hope you [fãs] don’t see it as a negative thing, but as a healthy plan. I think BTS will become stronger that way,” commented J-Hope, one of the members.
Ads like this are one of the biggest fears of fans of groups and bands. Throughout the history of music, numerous breakups and breaks have marked important developments in solo careers, but they have also broken listeners’ hearts.
To recall other gaps, the Estadão separated five that left fans in anticipation of a possible return.
One Direction’s split is still a touchy subject for fans, who, since 2016, have been waiting for the group’s return. The boyband consisted of Harry Styles, Liam Payne, Louis Tomlinson, Zayn Malik and Niall Horan and was one of the biggest hits of the last decade.
The group was officially formed on July 23, 2010 after individual performances on the British reality show. The X-Factor. From then on, One Direction broke records and became the first group to have four albums at number one in the official music industry rankings in the United States.
In 2015, Zayn announced that he would be leaving the group, which started rumors of separation. In January of the following year, after the release of their last album as a quartet, Made In The AMOne Direction said they would take an indefinite “rest”.
Currently, the former members have been investing in their own individualities and solo careers, especially Harry Styles. The singer has been in the ranking for more than two months that shows the most played songs in the world with the hit As It Waswhich accumulates more than 700 million reproductions.
The trajectory of Fifth Harmony is associated with that of One Direction, as the group was also created after the program The X-Factor, but in the US version. The quintet consisted of Ally Brooke, Normani Kordei, Lauren Jauregui, Dinah Jane and Camila Cabello.
In December 2016, Camila announced that she would be leaving the group, but the rest of the members continued with activities. In March 2018, however, Fifth Harmony officially decided to take a break.
“After six years of non-stop work, we’ve realized that in order to stay authentic to ourselves and to you, we need to take a hiatus from Fifth Harmony to focus on our solo careers,” the group said in a statement at the time.
Today, the biggest highlight of the group is the Cuban Camila Cabello, who was successful with the hit Havanain 2018.
Only those who lived know. A success in the 2000s, Rouge packed parties with the rhythm of Ragatanga and a letter that no one could decipher.
Created in 2002 after the first edition of the program popstarsfrom SBT, the group was formed by Aline, atma, Karin Hils, Lissa Martins and Luciana.
In 2004, Luciana announced that she would leave the quintet, which did not resist and announced the end of Rouge the following year. The group made a comeback in 2017 with new shows, but in 2019, they made a new break.
The group that revealed singer Justin Timberlake, N’Sync marked the 1990s with hits such as Bye Bye Bye, It’s Gonna Be Me and I Want You Back. In addition to Justin, the quintet was also formed by JC Chasez, Lance Bass, Joey Fatone and Chris Kirkpatrick.
On hiatus since 2002, the group came together in 2017 to release a special record in vinyl format, celebrating the band’s first work, and to earn a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Although they were not boyband, the Beatles are the first to be remembered when it comes to striking separations. The iconic surprise show on the roof of the Apple Corps in central London, the last of the group, marked not only the history of pop culture, but also the history of the world.
The band formed by Paul McCartney, John Lennon, George Harrison and Ringo Starr officially came to an end on April 10, 1970. To this day, theories about disagreements and reasons for the Beatles’ separation surround the thoughts of fans.
Late last year, filmmaker Peter Jackson produced the documentary series The Beatles: Get Backwhich showed the months that anticipated the group’s bitter end.
The series originated from a 57-hour edit of footage from the meetings where Paul, John, George and Ringo wrote 14 songs, recorded a new record and prepared for the final show.
The Beatles: Get Back showed that, even close to the separation, the members continued in partnership. “Instead of yelling at each other and blaming each other and kind of freaking out, they roll up their sleeves, they’re professional, they have a sense of humor and they deal with it. And they end up with the triumph of the roof”, commented the director at the time. of the launch.
*Intern under the supervision of Charlise de Morais