- Distruction Boyz have announced their separation and it is a tough one to accept
- Goldmax and Que have both assured the public that there is no beef between them, just a need to grow as individuals
- Both Goldmax and Que are working on solo albums and are excited for this new venture
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Award-winning gqom legends Distruction Boyz have left fans heartbroken with the news of their break-up.
It always sucks when your favourite group splits – they're never the same even as solo artists.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Goldmax and Que felt it was time to go their separate ways and grow their music careers as solo artists.
Goldmax recently dropped a solo single called Iphupho Lami, the first step in his solo career. The full album is set to be released in July.
Speaking to Sunday Sun, Goldmax made it clear that there is no beef between him and Que, it was simply what they felt was best for both of them.
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“There’s no bad blood between us, it’s just that we’re now focusing on our solo careers.”
Que has also been in the studio working on his first solo release and cannot wait to share it with fans.
Despite both Goldmax and Que denying any beef, some still believe there was conflict between the two that lead to the split.
There have been a few rumours going around claiming that the two wanted to get into showbiz, but we will have to wait and see if this is true or not.
At the end of the day, going on what Goldmax and Que have said and the industry norm, it really does just look like a business move and a need to find career growth as individuals. Time will tell.
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