Active for just a brief period of your time, 2001-2004, metropolitan boy music group B2K enjoyed a whole lot of success, like the number one solitary “Bump, Bump, Bump,” and was the system that group member Omarion launched his single profession. Managed by Chris Stokes, whose additional customers included Marques Houston, B2K was made up of Omarion (delivered Omari Grandberry on November 12, 1984), Lil Fizz (Dreux Frederic; November 26, 1985), Raz-B (DeMario Thornton; June 13, 1985), and J-Boog (Jarell Houston; August 11, 1985). B2K’s debut one, “Uh Huh,” premiered in past due 2001, and their debut record, B2K, implemented in 2002, spawning yet another two singles, “Gots ta End up being” and “Why I REALLY LIKE You.” Two of the three singles (“Uh Huh,” “Gots ta End up being”) charted Best 40, propelling the record to number 2 and gold product sales position. B2K’s second record, Pandemonium! (2002), constructed upon that achievement, ultimately heading platinum and spawning the chart-topping one “Bump, Bump, Bump.” In January 2004 B2K made an appearance within the film YOU HAVE Served and in addition appeared in the film’s soundtrack. For this same period, Stokes announced the group’s break up, claiming inner disagreements for the divide. Omarion meanwhile installed a very well-known solo profession, debuting at number 1 with O (2005).
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|American Dreams||2002||TV Series performer: "My Girl"|
|Barbershop||2002||performer: "Baby Girl"|
|The Master of Disguise||2002||performer: "M.A.S.T.E.R. Part 2"|
|Like Mike||2002||performer: "Dance with You"|
|The New Guy||2002||performer: "Uh-Huh"|
|American Dreams||2003||TV Series||The Temptations|
|The 30th Annual American Music Awards||2003||TV Special||Themselves - Performers|
|The 2002 Billboard Music Awards||2002||TV Special||Themselves|
|Total Request Live||2002||TV Series||Themselves|
|MTV Video Music Awards 2002||2002||TV Special||Themselves|
|MTV Jammed||2002||TV Series||Themselves|
|Diamond Life||2005||TV Series||Himself|
|40 Most Awesomely Bad Dirrty Songs... Ever||2004||TV Special documentary||Themselves (Song "Bump Bump Bump" / Archive Footage|
|Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards '03||2003||TV Special||Themselves|
|Now That's What I Call Music!: The Best Videos of 2003!||2003||Video||Themselves (segment "Bump, Bump, Bump")|
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