Fans can now anticipate The Millennium Tour Live Concert featuring B2K to arrive on streaming. It was announced Thursday that Zeus has announced a partnership with R&B crooner Omarian to release the successful tour on their network.
One of the biggest R&B boy bands of the 2000s, B2K consisted of Omarion, J-Boog, Raz-B and Lil' Fizz. Two of the most successful of the groups albums are their self-titled debut album in 2000 and 2002's Pandemonium.
Although they disbanded in 2004, the group's musical catalog still remains a cult fave among many millennials. The group reunited in 2019 for The Millennium Tour, which grossed $28 million in ticket sales.
“We are excited to work with Omarion to bring original content, music and entertainment to Zeus,” said Lemuel Plummer, president and CEO of the SVOD network created by millennials for millennials. “Zeus is a pop-culture platform that continues to push the envelope to bring the best in entertainment to our audience. By working with creators like Omarion we are able to give our viewers relevant programming that keeps them coming back for more.”
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