KMazur/WireImage Nostalgia for the early 2000s is still a thing. Billboard reports that B2K is reuniting for a U.S. tour in 2019.
Omarion, Raz B, Boog and Fizz are coming together for the first time in more than a decade for The Millennium Tour, which will kick off in March. The official lineup of dates will drop at 9 a.m. on December 31, and tickets go on sale for selected dates on January 4; the rest of the dates will go on sale January 11.
And it’s not just B2K who’ll be transporting you back to those days: Mario, Ying Yang Twins, Lloyd, Pretty Ricky and Chingy are also part of the tour.
B2K first hit the charts in 2001 and scored four top-40 hits, including “Uh Huh,” “Gots Ta Be,” “Girlfriend” and the #1 single, “Bump, Bump, Bump,” featuring P. Diddy. Both their studio albums were top-10 hits.
B2K split in 2004 amid controversy, following the release of their movie You Got Served, and the members launched solo careers. Omarion was arguably the most successful of the group, scoring two #1 albums and hits like “Post to Be.”
In a statement to Billboard, the COO of Omarion Worldwide, which is co-producing the tour, said, “While admiring their solo successes, the fans have consistently demanded a B2K reunion and, with the determination of an incredibly talented team, that dream is now a reality.”
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