It seems VPOP groups are not stable at all, even if these two are the best we got so far. Maybe the group thing don’t fit with vietnamese music culture?
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I think instability is just a natural part of any developing and new business endeavors. You have to remember that these new Vietnamese idol groups are made of young kids, and today’s so-called “Vpop” showbiz industry is rather new.
In the business world, it’s not at all uncommon for people to change jobs when they start out. Furthermore, the turnover rate for those in the startup world is even higher. I think of the Vpop industry as still being in a startup phase. So, instability is to be expected.
There’s multiple factors at play. The lack of a stable financial income could be one factor. You also have to understand that these singers (who are just kids IMO) have all sorts of personal problems to deal with themselves. Do these teenagers even know what they want to do in life at that age? I sure as hell didn’t know. Things like family responsibility and financial pressure can come in and mess things in a heartbeat.
The Kpop groups may seem more stable than these Vpop groups, but that’s like comparing large established corporations to small startups. People only know about the popular Kpop groups who have made it. Well, how about all the failed Kpop groups?