Why you should check them out: Every decade of pop music has its teen idols. In the 60s it was the Beatles, in the 70s it was The Monkees and the Osmonds. In the 80s, you had Foreigner and The Police. In the 90s, you had Hanson, Backstreet Boys and ‘NSYNC. In this decade of the 2000s, you have Jonas Brothers, Miley Cyrus, Honor Society and maybe when this decade is said and done, a fivesome from all parts of the country could be added as a major luminary in the pop era.
One look at V Factory and you will immediately get comparisons to a modern-day New Kids on the Block (pre-comeback). And why not? They have the good looks and the good talent to back it all up. Their music is highly addictive, a blend of New Jack urban pop and dance moves that harken back to the height of the late 90s boy-band era.
And while New Kids on the Block continues their comeback, another NKOTB could be rising for the next generation. And that could be V-Factory.
Music: Love Struck