Day26 announces breakup

    Day26 is officially calling it quits—at least for the time being.

    A rep for the group released a statement, revealing the news that guys, who came together on "Making the Band 4," are going their separate ways.

    “It is with great sadness and deep pain that we regret to inform you that effective immediately, Atlantic Records Platinum recording group, Day26 have decided to take a break from the group and focus on their own individual projects," the statement read.

    The rep goes on to state, "on behalf of all the members; Willie, Mike, Rob, Brian and even Que, we would like to thank all of the ‘fams’ aka fans, dj’s across the world, promoters, radio programmers, Bad Boy Entertainment, Starstruck Management, BET, VH1 and FUSE and all DAY26 supporters in general, for your unending support throughout these years.”

    Que was the first to leave the group in December 2009, but the group members have been recording separately for quite some time. The remaining members of Day26 did come together last year to record some newer material, and their last music video "Made Love Lately" debuted in February on BET.

    The guys didn’t forget their humble beginnings or the man who made their dreams possible, acknowledging, “We would also like to acknowledge that this journey would have not been made possible without the vision and mastermind of Sean “Diddy” Combs and of course MTV Networks for making a group of unknown men, the stars that they are today."

    Don’t expect this to be the end of the road for the guys, who assured that "the journey does not end here. We continue to wish each other the very best and continued success in all of our individual endeavors, and all we ask of you is to please give each member a chance and the opportunity to shine in whatever they do.”



    —Sonya Eskridge




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