It may be hard to think that girl groups once dominated the Billboard Charts. Many of the groups such as Destiny’s Child, Spice Girls, and TLC went on to become global superstars, sold millions of records and won numerous of awards. Others didn’t have that kind of luck. They either broke up due to conflicts within the group, lost their record deal or someone may have wanted to go solo and venture off in to a different career. Let’s look at some of the girl groups that were once popular and are now forgotten.
Pop group Dream came on to the scene in 1998. They had their biggest hit, He Loves U Not back in 2000. Dream consisted of four singers, Melissa Schuman, Holly Blake, Alex Chester and Ashley Poole. The group was signed to Diddy’s Bad Boy Label until they were dropped in 2003 and the members left the group.
Cherish consisted of four sisters, Neosha, Farrah and twins Fallon and Felisha King. Hailing from Atlanta, GA, Cherish gained success after releasing the hit single, Do It to It, in 2006. They released their debut album, Unappreciated that hit number 4 on the Billboard 200 charts.Source: lolwot.com