G-Side, the Alabama act comprised of Yung Clova and ST 2 Lettaz, has officially disbanded. SPIN reports that there wasn’t any major fall out, but the duo agreed that they needed a change in pace creatively.
“It was time to go elsewhere creatively. We've been doing records since 2004. You just grow up and grow out and that's kind of the case,” Lettaz said. “I wish there was something juicy, but it's like, there's no big drama behind it, man. There was no fall-out, no fight, you know what I mean?"
G-Side’s 2011 iSLAND marked a high point for the group, which was favored among critics and fans but didn't give them the proper push. But now that they have separated, 2 Lettaz wants to fully embrace a solo career. What would have been G-Side’s next album, G...Growth & Development, will be a solo effort under ST’s name.
Said 2 Lettaz, "We needed a fresh start or a fresh look; it had gotten stale. Though we were still working, which is the great thing about it—that we were still working—the whole hype had died down."
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