Team Work Didn’t Make The Dream Work: Performers Who Kicked Their Groups To The Curb

August 8, 2013 ‐ By Davisha Davis

Groups may be a good way to get on, but when it came time for these standout singers and rappers to really make a name for themselves, they had to kiss their group members goodbye.

Source: Columbia

Source: Columbia


Bey started off her career as 1/4 of the group Destiny’s Child. We think after all that controversy surrounding Beyonce regarding the problems in the group, she must of said forget this, I rather do this alone! She ultimately made one of the best decisions for her career.

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  • Erin

    Please note. A part (with a space between the words) means included. Apart (with no space) means separate.

  • therealnumber1

    Tiny became famous after xsacpe too and now one of the scott sisters is on R&B divas…Kandi solo career as a singer was NOT successful…just saying…

  • Momma Dee Tha Q.U.E.E.N

    Shawty-Lo was in D4L??!!? I thought he was just some radom dude who just popped outta nowhere…Well til now i woulda thought Fa-bo (thats him right) was the breakout star of D4L…

  • Sage

    what does it mean to go “A-wall”? Do you mean AWOL, the acronym for Absent Without Official Leave? As in, absent without explanaiton?