December 24, 2018
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B2K is officially back! Omarion announced via Instagram the beloved R&B boy band is giving us the best Christmas present in a reunion tour. This is the first time we’ll see Omarion, Lil’ Fizz, J Boog and Raz B back together again in 14 years. The Millennium Tour will start in March 2019 and not only feature the boys of B2K, but Mario, the Ying Yang Twins, Lloyd, Chingy, and Pretty Ricky too.
It’s time to break out your flyest Baby Phat outfit, and start practicing those “Bump, Bump, Bump” moves!
Two years ago, Fizz and Omarion teased the idea of a reunion on an episode of Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood, but nothing came to fruition until now.
Michelle La Fleur, Chief Operating Officer of Omarion’s entertainment company, Omarion Worldwide explained why the tour is just now coming together: “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. 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.”
After the announcement, Black Twitter couldn’t contain themselves:
When the ask if I’m going to the B2K Millennium Tour… pic.twitter.com/caRJcR83U0
— DeWayne (@theonly_DeWayne) December 21, 2018
Squad pulling up to the B2K reunion like 🗣🗣🗣 pic.twitter.com/GyGvtUp18q
— Lore D on the DJ decks 🎠 (@loredanacampizi) December 21, 2018
Are we really doing B2K reunion like we did Black Panther? Like really coming with the attire? Because I don’t want y’all to just be talking on twitter. Bring out the Pelles, Baby Phat, Lot 29, Juicy, Jersey Dresses…all of it.
— Maura Chanz (@maurachanz) December 21, 2018
This B2K concert is for the girls that used to rip the posters out the Right On magazine and throw it on their wall.
— Holla Berry (@CodyDominic_) December 21, 2018
— 🙃 (@Hippielife98) December 21, 2018
B2K burst onto the charts in 2001 where they earned four top 40 hits on the Billboard Hot 100, including their No. 1 single “Bump, Bump, Bump.” Their self-titled debut album reached the peak of the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. Shortly after the release of the film “You Got Served,” in which Omarion played the lead, the group broke up and the members embarked on solo careers.
The Millennium Tour will consist of over 20 shows, and tickets will go on sale on January 4.
TELL US: What B2K song are you most excited to hear them perform at the reunion tour?