B2K stars LIL' FIZZ and J-BOOG have given fans of the R&B boyband hope of a reunion after inviting ex-members Omarion and RAZ B to discuss reforming.
The Uh Huh hitmakers rose to fame in 2001 but disbanded just three years later to pursue solo projects.
Lil' Fizz and J-Boog have since reunited in the studio to release songs together, but they're keen to bring their old pals back on board to launch a chart comeback.
J-Boog tells Sister 2 Sister magazine, "If it works out we wouldn't be against it. I think it would be fun. It would be good for the fans. All the true B2K fans that want to see us work together would be excited that we were doing something together."
Lil' Fizz adds, "We're already at the table, we've got two more seats."
Omarion is the only member to achieve notable success as a solo artist with his hit albums O and 21 both charting high in the U.S. Billboard countdowns. He is currently working on his third full release, Ollusion, after signing a new deal with EMI Records.