Sometimes a lead singer gets kicked out of a band, or leaves when their head gets too big for them. How well did they do on their own?
Comments & Submittor Name
|N'Sync||Justin Timberlake||While N'Sync had a few hits, Justin Timberlake had many more solo. - UDon'tNeedToKnow1024|
|N'Sync||Justin Timberlake||Even though I'm not liking Justin too much these days I think it's great that he's off doing his own thing. It's just Justin Timberlake not Justin Timberlake and his back up singers. - Celeste|
|The Nazz||Todd Rundgren||His experimentation is wonderful that after the Nazz went their separate ways, Todd was shining. He even re-made 'Hello, It's Me'. - Paul Warren|
|New Edition||Bobby Brown||I don't respect him personally, but I give him props for being the most successful of the overrated New Edition castoffs. - Jimmy Walker Red|
|New Kids On The Block||Jordan Knight||He's doing so much better as a solo artist than he would have had stayed in the group with his brother and three other guys. Jordan and Donnie had equal billing within the group but I always thought that Jordan didn't really have a chance to show what he could do. - Celeste|
|Nirvana||Dave Grohl||Now the lead singer of the Foo Fighters, arguably more popular than Nirvana but not as infuential. He has also played for Tom Petty's Heartbreakers, Queens of the Stone Age, and Nine Inch Nails, and is now in a supergroup called Them Crooked Vultures. - dxman|
|No Doubt||Gwen Stefani||I was never really a huge No Doubt fan, but I think she was better off with that group. Holla Back Gurl sounded like some young ex cheerleader wannabe. - Rob carter|
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