Remember Those Handsome Teens from 'B5'? Check out What Happened to Them through the Years
The boys from the band "B5" are all grown up and have just released a new single that may put them back on top.
That was back in 2009, and since then, the 5 brothers have come a long way.
FIVE BROTHERS DESTINED FOR SUCCESS
The B5 was formed by the Breeding brothers: Dustin, Kelly, Patrick, Carnell, and Bryan, who were all teenagers at the time.
Now, Bryan - the youngest of the 5 - is all of 25; Dustin is 32, Kelly is 30, Patrick is 29, and Carnell is 28.
In 2018, brothers started working together again writing new music and recording.
BIG CHANGES FOR THE 5 BROTHERS
After Bryan and Patrick left B5, Dustin, Kelly, and Carnell renamed themselves Men in Black(MIB) and continued with their music. Later, Dustin and Carnell had their own kids, and Dustin went solo.
WAVE 🌊 pic.twitter.com/qjq27Yvvr2— B5 (@B5Online) March 23, 2019
KELLY BREEDING BECAME A RAPPER
Kelly became a rapper, leaving behind his R&B roots, and Carnell left the recording industry to devote himself to his growing young family. Fortunately for fans, the 5 brothers have been working together again.
We’re in the Christmas spirit, here’s o holy night pic.twitter.com/iDkU33bMcN— B5 (@B5Online) December 23, 2018
B5'S RETURN TO MUSIC
In 2018, brothers started working together again writing new music and recording. They released their first single "Do That" on Spotify, Apple Music, and it was well received by their fans.
MAKING WAVES WITH A NEW SINGLE
In March 2019, B5 released a brand new single, "Wave." The song is described as "bouncy" and some of the best work the brothers have ever done, with daring lyrics and a more mature outlook:
“Every time I hit she call me daddy / Put them legs around my head, you know I like it nasty / Love it when I hit it from the back, it gets so splashy / Freaky little thing but know that she gone to keep it classy.”
The song is reportedly about the five brothers' bedroom fun and games with their ladies. Yes, B5 grew up, all right.
"Wave" is part of the group’s first album since the 2007 release of "Don’t Talk, Just Listen."