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In the late 1980's, a group of kids from Boston jumped on stage, and into the International spotlight. They were young, cute, talented, and called themselves the New Kids On The Block. For ten years, they became a phenomenon that seemed unstoppable, causing teenaged girls around the world, to swoon and scream in sheer delight.
They released their first album in 1986, to less than rave reviews. They were managed by R&B guru, Maurice Starr. Their second album, titled Hangin’ Tough, was again received by less than exciting results. However, it was thanks in part to a radio station in Florida, that their first release became popular. In the end, the album spent more than 130 weeks on the charts, and won two American Music Awards.
Though they had become one of the most popular boy bands of the time, the boys split in 1994. After parting ways with their long time manager, they tried to produce their final album on their own. However, their popularity had already begun to wane and because of severe anxiety attacks, Johnathan Knight left the group. From there, it was only a matter of time before the rest of the boys gave up.
That only lasted until April of 2008, when the New Kids On The Block confirmed rumors that they were getting back together. They released their first single in May of that year, and the full album, “The Block”, was released in August, reaching #2 position in September. Though they’re not kids anymore, it’s quite clear that the NKOTB are still one of the hottest groups in the world.
The 1980's were known as the MTV generation. Many musical groups would probably not have been as popular as they had been, if it weren’t for MTV and the venue of the music video. One group, in particular, gained immense popularity from this media phenomenon. The New Kid On The Block Videos were one of the main reasons that these five boys from Boston played to such large arenas of screaming fans.
As their popularity began to climb, their videos became some of the most watched pieces on MTV. It gave girls all over the world a chance to decide which of the Boston boys was their favorite, and gave the boys a chance to showcase their own talents. Each of the kids had a particular vibe that set them apart from the rest of the group.
Though the group broke up in 1994, they reunited in 2008 to outstanding reviews. They released a new album, along with a couple of new singles. And, in true NKOTB form, they made a video to go along with the song “Summertime”. It proved that although the boys are all grown up, they can still make good music and cause the girls to swoon over their videos.
Over the years, girls of all ages have fallen in love with these Boston boys. From the mid-80's, through the 21st century, the music of this famous boy band has been brought to the forefront of the music industry, thanks in part to the New Kids On The Block Videos.
In the late 80's, the big hair music was making way for the grunge music that would define the 90's. But in the middle of it all, came a group of kids from Boston that would take the world by storm, and send millions of teenaged girls into a screaming fit. It was because of the New Kids On The Block Greatest Hits, that girls of all ages could be found squealing, screaming and even crying over these five Boston boys.
Their first real hit came in 1988 with the release of the song Please Don’t Go Girl. At first, it didn’t seem that this song would do much better than any from their first album, but thanks to a Florida radio station, the song began to catch on and eventually peaked at #10, becoming the group’s first real hit song.
From there, the NKOTB came out with huge hits such as “Hangin’ Tough”, which was also the name of their second album. “The Right Stuff” became their next hit, reaching #5 on the charts, and then the song “I’ll Be Loving You” was their achieving moment when it reached the #1 position early in 1989. In May of the following year, they released the album and title single, “Step by Step”, which also hit #1. However, it would be the last time they would have a #1 single as a group.
Though the boys did reunite in 2008, with the release of a brand new album, it’s the the New Kids On The Block Greatest Hits that will live in the hearts of fans for many years to come. They might be older now, but we’ll always love these kids.