B5 are an R&B boy band comprised of the five Breeding brothers Dustin, Kelly, Patrick, Carnell and Bryan who formed the band in 2001 whilst living in St. Petersburg, Florida prior to basing themselves in Atlanta, Georgia. Initially the group were a four-piece going by the name of the TNT Boyz but reinvented themselves as B5 after their youngest brother Bryan augmented the lineup. Their self-titled debut album was released in 2005 and was notable for the galaxy of stars involved in its production, these included producers Sean Combs (aka P. Diddy) and Ryan Leslie, rapper Rodney Jerkins (aka Darkchild) and chart-topping songwriter Sean Garrett. The album reached number seven in Billboard's Hip-Hop Chart and spawned the hit singles 'U Got Me' and 'All I Do'. After releasing their second album 'Don't Talk, Just Listen' in 2007 the band decided to change their name to Audio but after experiencing only modest success they decided to revert to B5 and announced their comeback single 'Say Yes' in 2013. After the release of the single the band went into another hiatus until in 2018 when they released 'Do That', their first new material in five years.