Girl groups Fifth Harmony & Little Mix are no stranger to worldwide charts. They’ve dominated numbers in America, Europe, South America, etc. Respectively, both parties’ records have done great debuting damage.
In fact, both Little Mix & Fifth Harmony hold the record for having the highest peak of a girl group album this decade on the Billboard 200 chart at #4. This refers to albums DNA, Little Mix’s debut album & 7/27, Fifth Harmony’s sophomore effort. It’s been awhile since we’ve seen so much girl group success so these kinds of achievements overall play a big role in how the revival and re-interests of these kinds of acts have flourished.
Throughout this decade, we’ve had a great number of new female and male artists enter the industry with a bang. This goes for boy bands like The Wanted and One Direction as well as pop punk bands like 5 Second of Summer. The miraculous thing is that although many artists consume the spotlight in an automatic way, it’s taken Little Mix and Fifth Harmony a little bit of extra hard-work. Luckily, like other artists, they’ve managed to burst onto the scene and have successfully created their own separate paths to success.
We’re sure future girl groups will look at this decades leading ladies and observe how friendship plays such a pivotal role in the success of a group.
The media will always try to create some kind of havoc and untrue rumor to arouse artists but ignoring these kinds of outlets becomes the main key after that. Through thick and thin, you have to trust not only yourself, but your bandmates as well – something Fifth Harmony & Little Mix surely do.
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