B2k Greatest Hits CD (2004)

Artist: B2k

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B2K garnered mainstream recognition long before the release of their self-titled debut CD. J-Boog, Lil'Fizz, Omarion and Raz-B spent two and a half months in the summer of 2001 opening for Lil' Bow Wow and later appeared in the video for his recent hit "Ghetto Girls." Critics and fans alike agree--B2K had young concert fans going wild, but their energetic stage presence also brought back some great memories to older audiences, evoking the spirit of the Jackson 5 and New Edition. The smooth and seductive debut single "Uh Huh," produced by C. "Tricky" Stewart (Blu Cantrell, Usher), introduces the CD and showcases spicy "boy meets girl" verses from each B2K member. The accompanying music video for "Uh Huh," produced by Hype Williams, offers the perfect visual compliment to the song's flashy production, and gives B2K a chance to perform some of their most exuberant dance moves. "Last Boyfriend" features a lovelorn Omarion's terse vocals about a girl who seems to afraid to get involved too deeply because of sour feelings from her last relationship. Produced by perennial hit-maker Jermaine Dupri, it's got the Atlanta modern hip-hop soul flavor. Sure to be a single contender, "B2K Is Hot" proclaims that the boys are on the scene and here to inspire youngsters into a party spirit. "Hey Little Lady," a production from Platinum Status features heavenly multi-layered harmonies, but this time, the boys talk about meeting and impressing an around-the-way girl. Yes, B2K puts their hearts on the line with their music...and makes the ladies sigh. But most importantly, B2K crosses all color, age and musical barriers--indeed, these boys are determined to win over fans of all kinds. They do their thing with flair, style and a genuine love for both their fans and their music.


Label Cbs/epic/wtg Records
SKU 60629324
UPC 827969203323
UPC 14 00827969203323
Format CD
Release Date 3/23/2004
Author B2k
Associated Artist/Work Original Soundtrack
Technical Info
Engineer Dave Russell; Christian Salyer; Robert Williams; Orlando Calzada; Hern n Santiago; Rob Paustian; Charles McCrorey; Abel Garibaldi; Brian "B-Luv" Thomas; Laney Stewart; Tim Donovan; Andy Gallas; Ian Mereness
Producer C. "Tricky" Stewart; Damon Thomas; Harvey Mason, Jr.; Charles Ferrar; P. Diddy; R. Kelly; Steve Russell; Troy Taylor
CatalogID 92033
Lable Name Sony Music Distribution (USA)
Released 03/23/2004
Original Release 2004
Number of Discs 1
SPARE Code n/a
Length 40m : 50s
Mono/Stereo Stereo
Studio/Live Studio
UPC 00827969203323
Musical Guests
P. Diddy
Album Notes and Credits
B2K: Lil Fizz, Omarion, Razz B, J-Boog (vocals).
Additional personnel: P. Diddy, R. Kelly.
Personnel: B2K (vocals, background vocals); Xavier Marquez, Donnie Lyle, Garry O Briain (guitar); Steve Russell (keyboards, drum programming, background vocals); DJ Ron G., Abel Garibaldi, Andy Gallas, Ian Mereness (programming); Marques Houston (background vocals).
Audio Mixers: Kevin "KD" Davis; Dave Russell ; Hern n Santiago; Jean-Marie Horvat; Mike Patterson; Diddy; R. Kelly; Troy Taylor; Ian Mereness; Brad Gilderman.
Recording information: Battery Studios, NY; Character Music, New York, NY; Chicago Recording Company, Chicago, IL; Circle House Studios, Miami, FL; Daddy's House Recording Studios, New York, NY; Kathlina Hakim Studios, NY; Rock Land Studios, Chicago, IL; Rockland Studios, Chicago, IL; The Cutting Room, New York, NY; The Underlab, Los Angeles, CA; The Weight Room, New York, NY; Tree Sound Studios, Atlanta, GA; Triangle Sound Studios, Atlanta, GA.
Photographer: Keith Major.
Arrangers: R. Kelly; Troy Taylor.
Dance/hip-hop outfit B2K burned short but bright before fading out. In about three years, they released their two studio records, a couple of remix EP's, a soundtrack to a movie starring two B2K members, and even a Christmas album. The four young men of B2K crooned sensual and imperious with a mature manner belying their age. The pulsating, vaguely sinister "Uh Huh" introduced them to the public, but it was the smoother-than-smooth, P. Diddy-sporting pop hit "Bump Bump Bump" that made them household names.
Of course, both these tracks are present on GREATEST HITS along with fetching ballads like "Everything," and bumping dance hits like the Pied Piper remix of "Girlfriend" (the original is also present among the ten tracks). This collection covers the short-but-successful career of a group that combined boy-band harmonies with the funk of modern R&B, and serves as a reminder of how much the foursome had to offer.
Disc 1
1 Bump, Bump, Bump - (featuring P. Diddy)
2 Gots Ta Be
3 Girl Friend - (pied piper remix)
4 Bump That
5 What A Girl Wants
6 Why I Love You
7 Girlfriend
8 Baby Girl
9 Uh Huh
10 Everything
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