boy band

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boy band

n
(Pop Music) an all-male vocal pop group created to appeal to a young audience
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boy band

n (Mus) → Boygroup f
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When he asked if seven are too many for a boy band, one person in the audience, who introduced herself as an attorney having passed the bar exam a couple of days ago, said there were other Korean boy bands that have even more than seven.
the thing with boy bands that can also lead to their eventual demise is that when listeners are bombarded relentlessly with their music, it can become sickening and tiresome even for a fan to keep hearing their songs played over and over again.
Debut author Moldavsky tackles the world of obsessed fan girls and the boy bands they follow.
Seo Taiji and Boys, one of the original Korean boy bands who became popular in the '90s, is "credited for helming the shiny, explosive, fabulously pre-fab Korean pop scene that we know today, kicking everything off with their game-changing 1992 debut single, 'Nan Arayo ('I Know').
NEW YORK -- New Kids on the Block are ready to take new boy bands on the block to school.
Boy bands have a long history of VMAs hysteria and much-hyped appearances (think 'N Sync and its 2013 reunion rumors).
In fact, in the '90s through to the '00s, boy bands ruled the world.
DAMAGE star Ras Bromfield reckons boy bands should spice up their riders for their Scottish dates.
SEVEN boy bands are joining forces for a new tour which will end in Newcastle.
Most boy bands are doomed to disbandment as most of the band members try to find ways in thriving as a solo artist.
They signed a record deal in 2012, their debut single Carry You reached number six in the charts when it was released last summer and like many charttopping boy bands they have hit social media by storm - gathering more than a million Twitter followers.
JLS, one of the most successful boy bands of the 21st century, have sold more than 10 million records worldwide and landed five UK number ones.