A new era of the R&B boy band goodness known as B2K may be drawing near.
After being formed by record producer Chris Stokes in 1998, the group rose to fame when their debut self-titled album peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 back in 2002. Unfortunately, the group dissolved two years later, with three members citing their founder, Stokes, as the reason for the break-up.
Now, over a decade later, it looks like the group may be returning to the spotlight.
In a series of comments, former member Raz B shared the “breaking news” that a reunion is on the horizon.
“THE TIME IS NOW,” he wrote. “Fans have been patient.”
He then went on to detail that he has a “faith bigger than you know” and not to “mistake” him for “speaking things into reality.”
So while the reunion news may be a bit vague and open to interpretation, at least one member has come forward to talk about such a possibility.
Check out Raz B’s interesting comments on the subject in the post below.
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