The Latin Boys band announced today the separation of the 22-year-old member on its official Instagram page
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The Latin Boys band announced today on its official Instagram page that 22-year-old Joel Pimentel will leave the band, turning the successful quintet into a quartet.
“We regret to tell you that after five and a half years of unforgettable five years have changed our lives, May 14 (Friday) will be the last day for Joel to become a CNCO member. We hope you know Although Joel leaves and will seek new opportunities, we will always be brothers. The rest of the members, Richard Camacho, Erick Brian Colón, The letters from Christopher Vélez and Jabdiel de Jesús say that we will support him in his next chapter and he will always be our family.
“We know this news is sad and will be difficult for us and you, but we thank you for your support. Although the situation will be different, we are happy to show you the new era of CNCO, and we look forward to it soon See everything we store for you.”
The members of CNCO are between 20 and 25 years old and were established in 2015 in the Univision music competition “La Banda” initiated by Ricky Martin and Simon Cowell. CNCO also announced that the band will hold the final quintet performance on Friday.
“You are the ones who move us forward, because with you, we will be more united and stronger than ever before. Therefore, we want to give him one last gift.” They talked about the next concert, the concert Will be broadcast live via streaming media. “We love you so much, see you soon!”
CNCO has achieved great success on the Latin Music Chart, with eight songs in the top 10 of the Billboard Latin Pop Chart, including No. 1 “Reggaetón Slow (Let’s Dance)” and “Se Becomes Loca”. The band’s songs have attracted listeners from all over the world, and they have performed particularly well in countries such as Colombia, Mexico, Spain and Argentina.
CNCO’s first two albums, “Primera cita” in 2016 and “CNCO” in 2018, ranked first in the Latin music charts of all categories and ranked in the top 40 on the Billboard 200 album chart. His latest work is the cover album “DéjàVu”, which was released in February last year.
The organization has received multiple accolades in the Latin American Music Awards, the Billboard Latin Music Awards and the iHeartRadio Music Awards. Their “MTV Plug in at Home” won the Best Isolation Performance Award at the MTV Music Video Awards last year, and was nominated for the Latin Grammy Awards for Best Newcomer in 2017.
Over the years, many popular boy bands have lost members, with mixed results: some members were replaced, some groups were disbanded, and others continued to move forward. Zayn Malik left One Direction in 2015, the band moved on without him, and’N Sync never released music after Justin Timberlake’s debut as a solo artist in 2002.
In a second statement to the Associated Press, CNCO stated that the band “has become a family, a sibling brother, and we hope CNCCN owners (they call them fans) know that this situation will never change. .”
“We are stronger than ever, and this is just the beginning of us. We are dealing with many interesting things, which will appear soon, and we hope to share with you!” the group continued in the statement. “We like CNCOwners very much. They are the people who make us move forward. That’s why we want to provide them with this live show as a gift so that they can see the five of us for the last time.”