Millennial R&B group B2K won the hearts of preteen girls during their heyday. One of the group's members, Raz-B, turns 30 years old today (June 13).

The former boy band, which consists of Omarion, J-Boog, Lil Fizz and Raz-B, proved they had star potential with their 2001 gold-selling self-titled debut album. They fulfilled it with their sophomore LP, Pandemonium, in 2002. That album featured "Bump, Bump, Bump," the Diddy-featuring single that ended up becoming the group's lone No. 1 hit. Pandemonium went platinum mostly off the strength of that single.

B2K broke up like most boy bands do. Omarion was the one who would become a solo star. Everyone else didn't get as lucky. Raz-B independently released "Fire" in 2007, and it became a minor success. But his career in the states faltered, and he's been spending time touring in China.

Raz-B ran into a little trouble in 2013. The singer was hit in the face with a glass bottle while trying to stop a fight during a Zhejiang, China performance. Raz-B has since recovered and is planning on releasing an album later this year.

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