B2K is back.
The R&B boy band is set to reunite for “The Millennium Tour,” marking the first time they have performed together in more than a decade. The group, consisting of Omarion, Raz B, Boog (formerly J-Boog), and Fizz (formerly Lil’ Fizz), dominated the charts in the early 2000s with hits like “Bump Bump Bump,” “Gots Ta Be,” and “Badaboom.”
Fans can expect more than two dozen shows when they hit the road in March, reports Billboard. U.S. dates will be announced Dec. 31 and tickets will go on sale Jan. 4.
In addition to B2K, the nostalgia-filled lineup includes special guests Mario, Lloyd, Pretty Ricky, Ying Yang Twins, Bobby V, and Chingy.
Hey 🌎 pleased to announce The Millennium Tour 2019 🙌🏾✨⚡️ pic.twitter.com/PukvLt4y5y
— OMARION (@Omarion) December 21, 2018
“We are excited to be a part of what will undeniably be a nostalgic and electrifying performance that will awaken cherished memories and create new, indelible ones for the next generation,” Michelle Le Fleur, COO at Omarion Worldwide, tells Billboard. “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.”
Both of B2K’s albums, 2002’s B2K and Pandemonium!, entered the top 10 on the Billboard 200 and earned them four top 40 hits on the Billboard Hot 100, including their No. 1 single “Bump, Bump, Bump.” They disbanded in 2004 to launch solo careers.