B2K Is Back! R&B Group Announces Comeback Tour

Published: Friday 21st Dec 2018 by David

2019 is already off to a brilliant start.

For, years after its untimely demise, B2K is to be reborn.

Fantastic news below…


‘The Millennium Tour’ will see the group reunite for a live venture backed by Pretty Ricky, Mario, Lloyd, Bobby V, the Ying Yang Twins and Chingy and rock venues across the country in the New Year. Its dates will be publicised on New Year’s Eve and see the band lead the way for what some industry murmurs say could be a comeback project.

Fans hoping to see the show can expect to see all performing acts grace them with set lists made up of their biggest hits and welcome a number of surprise guests to the stage in selected cities.

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  1. olusheyi banjo December 21, 2018

    Good news, I did like their 3 projects

  2. Roshawn December 21, 2018

    Nah we good over here they can keep it.

  3. Miko December 21, 2018

    What kind of 106 & Park lineup is this….lol

    This concert gonna be like an hour cuz each of them only got like 2 songs that were popular.

  4. Tyler December 21, 2018

    This is about to be messy and I’m here for it chile lol.

  5. DanYiel Iman December 21, 2018

    Hopefully they’re going across the USA… it seems nobody is making much money without the groups funding!!??‍♂️

  6. Casual December 21, 2018

    This is going to be a huge success and a good move for all involved. I just hope the headlining group, B2K, has really put their issues behind them.

  7. Daniel Johnson December 21, 2018

    Damn no bow wow that’s sad he gets no love no more

  8. December Love December 21, 2018

    “I like it when you do it right thur!!!” *does the chicken head in a circle*

  9. whut December 21, 2018

    Wow, clearly folks are dissatisfied with this generations’ musical acts lol. These 90’s throwback tours have been more successful than tours of the current stars lol.

  10. Tino December 21, 2018

    bump bump bump

  11. thanosoftitans December 21, 2018


  12. Mark111 December 21, 2018

    I’ll go, these artists had a moment in the 2000s, pretty Ricky first two albums are classics imo. This is what artist from yesteryear suppose to do, tour. Black people are laughing, but want to cry online that Black artist don’t get supported. You got rock bands in their 80s still tour and topping the highest grossing tour list every year and they haven’t been “relevant” since the 80s.

    And this is smart, this what what r&b female artist need to do, team up.

  13. ERIC December 21, 2018

    It makes sense to repeat the Scream Tour lineup from the early part of the millennium if they’re gonna call it the Millennium Tour, but they’re gonna find a very small group of people who want to see them out of shape vocally and physically performing songs that have been forgotten for good reason. The only artist I would want to see is Mario, because his music and his voice has continued to mature. So if I buy a ticket, I’m leaving after Mario.

    • S.U.P.E.R.S.T.A.R.!. December 21, 2018

      @Eric – “So if I buy a ticket, I’m leaving after Mario.” – LMFAO!
      #Tell Us How You Really Feel

  14. Tino December 21, 2018

    Mario should honestly be the be headliner

  15. BYISI December 21, 2018

    B2K was a horrible group, the only one who could carry a tune was Omarion. They were good to look at and could dance. That really warrants a reunion tour? Nostalgia will have you blinded.Pretty Ricky has classic albums? Where? If y’all don’t GTFO with that bs ??I’m all for supporting black acts but we continue to support the wrong ones collectively. I can’t believe people are excited to hear material from two very forgettable albums and a bunch of has been that only have two or three hits. At least we know the run time will be short for this tour.

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