One Direction Members Just Made Major Boy Band History
January 5, 2018 - one direction
Remember when child bands would mangle adult and fleece whole fan bases? And particular members would blur divided into cocktail enlightenment shade after unwell to recapture a band’s common sorcery in solo form? And sometimes, one dermatitis member competence arise to luminary standing while a others wouldn’t get even close? Consider a comfortless post-group cocktail account ancient history.
Case in point: One Direction done child rope story in 2017 after all 5 strange members expelled songs that strike a Top 40, Nielsen reports.
Zayn led a container with his partnership with Taylor Swift, “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever,” off the Fifty Shades Darker soundtrack, that garnered 350 million streams and 1.4 million purchases to date. Niall Horan‘s “Slow Hands” had a second many sales, pulling 1 million purchases.
Meanwhile, Horan’s strike singular counted 214.5 million streams, a few million brief of Liam Payne‘s “Strip That Down” featuring Quavo, that pulled 251.7 million streams. (In rather of a contrariety to his considerable streaming data, Payne’s solo entrance pulled 805,000 sales.)
Harry Styles‘ classical rock-tinged “Sign of a Times” was another complicated hitter, pulling 594,000 sales and some-more than 182 million streams. Rounding out a One Direction organisation (which is technically on a hiatus), Louis Tomlinson‘s Bebe Rexha and Digital Farm Animals collaboration, “Back to You,” strike 122,400 sales and 109.2 million streams.
However, this isn’t a initial time a rope has done history, even while on break. In Oct 2017, a organisation became a initial child rope given The Beatles to have three members strech a tip of a Billboard 200 draft with solo albums.
Horan’s Flicker, Styles’ eponymous manuscript and Zayn’s Mind of Mine (2016) any strike No. 1 on a Billboard 200 on their release.
In 2012, One Direction broke their initial record by apropos a initial U.K. to entrance during No. 1 with their initial album, Up All Night.
Keep it up, boys!