Some of you see it coming... Well, you got it right...

The manager of U.S. R&B act B2K has announced the band's split, citing their wish to pursue solo careers.

Following the postponement of their current tour, rumours of the band's demise ran wild in the U.S. media and manager Chris Stokes confirmed a split yesterday (January 5).

"We've had a great run together making hit songs, albums and now movies," his official statement read.

"The kids are growing up and are interested in pursing their own careers. I have enormous respect for each of them, and I wish them success in their pursuit of their individual careers.

"B2K was an extremely talented singing group that will surely be missed."

However, it appears that whilst lead singer Omarion may go solo, with Stokes as his management, the remaining members of B2K may wish to continue as a group.

Antonio Demetrius Brown, chairman of entertainment company CMX, contradicted Stokes' statement by claiming that he will manage the rest of the group.

"They see the light," he said. "They've been cleansed. It's a rebirth."