Just two weeks after the release of its third album, urban boy group B2K has disbanded. The Epic/Sony Urban Music quartet cites disagreements as the reason behind the breakup.

Just two weeks after the release of its third album, urban boy group B2K has disbanded. The Epic/Sony Urban Music quartet cites disagreements as the reason behind the breakup. Group member Omarion will continue to be managed by B2K's longtime management firm, Chris Stokes' The Ultimate Group. Lil Fizz, J-Boog and Raz-B have switched to CMX Management.

Powered by the success of lead single "Uh Huh," B2K's self-titled 2002 debut bowed at No. 1 on Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and No. 2 on The Billboard 200. The album has sold 891,000 units in the U.S., according to Nielsen SoundScan. Second studio set "Pandemonium!" has sold 1.2 million. The act's latest, "You Got Served," released Dec. 23, racked up 103,000 units its first week. The album is the soundtrack to B2K's Screen Gems movie of the same name, which bows nationwide on Jan. 30.

B2K launched a major-market tour at the end of December. At deadline, there was no word regarding the fulfillment of these or future performance commitments.