London, Sept 9 : English pop singer Melanie Brown, 33, believes that she can never be as successful as the Spice Girls.
Mel B, as she is famously known, has been going solo ever since the band members went their separate ways.
According to her, she has realised that being in a group of five made it easier to perform than doing it alone.
"I could never be as successful as the Spice Girls - there were five of us in that group, and alone you can only do so much. But it's nice to be able to have a go," the Mirror quoted her as saying.
"I'll have a new album out by January. I don't get nervous about how it will do or feel pressure to have massive success. I believe in what I do and if people like it, great, and if they don't then, whatever.
"The highlight of my career was the girls coming back together and deciding to do a goodbye tour. It was all done on our terms and it was us coming full circle," she said.
For Mel B, the last tour the band had was the best as it brought back good memories, and even though it meant the end of the band, she is not sad as she is still contact with them.
"I'm close to all of the girls, we've known each other for 14 years and when you've been on that kind of a roller coaster with four other girls, there's always going to be that connection," she added.