Funzo & Baby Loud announce that they are separating: “Before the years and everything that comes with music wear down our relationship”

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Funzo & Baby Loud burst onto the music industry in 2017 when they released Sad Wind. They presented a project that was going to be characterized by the fusion of styles that were going to mark a new wave in music. They didn’t know it, but their voices were going to become references of the New Wave of Spanish pop.

Millions of views began to accumulate on their songs, carrying the Negative Cloud motto as their flag. “It is the image of Funzo and Baby Loud. It is not the name of the group, it is the name of the collective. Whoever wants to be from Negative Cloud can,” they said in an interview with RTVE. But this December 10, Funzo & Baby Loud’s career has ended forever.

At least that is what they have revealed on their social networks, where they have shared an emotional video and a statement in which they announce their separation as a group. “This is the most important news of our entire lives. And we are going to say it bluntly. Funzo & Baby Loud is over. Nothing personal has happened between us. We are very good together but we want to continue our separate path. Of course. No We are going to leave without saying goodbye. This 2024 we are going to release our last album Forwardand our last tour that we have decided to call Negative Cloud Forever. This Monday the 11th we will release the tour poster with the cities and all the information and on Sunday the 17th tickets will go on sale at 12 noon. And we know that many artists have used the end of their career as marketing and have deceived us to sell more. This is not marketing. Enjoy the ending, guys, because we’re serious. Everything we have created is already eternal, and that is why Negative Cloud is forever.”they say in the video.

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Furthermore, in the description of the publication they make it clear that “the love” they have “as brothers is above money and fame,” but they need to follow their professional paths “separately before the years and everything that entails expire.” music wears out the relationship.

In April of this year, the Alicante duo gave a concert at the WiZink Center in Madrid with a sold-out sign hanging. They showed that their music has inspired thousands of people, so the news of their separation has not taken long to occupy the covers of all the media.

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