98 Degrees, '2.0' Album: Boy Band To Release New Music
The '90s revival continues! 98 Degrees announced Wednesday that the boy band will release its first album in more than ten years.
Led by Nick Lachey, 98 Degrees will drop "2.0" on May 7, 13 years after the release of the group's last album of new material, 2000's "Revelation."
"We are really excited to bring our fans new music and get out on the road," Nick Lachey said in a statement. "This is a long time coming."
Just weeks after the release of "2.0," 98 Degrees will hit the road with Boyz II Men and New Kids on the Block for "The Package Tour," hitting major U.S. cities before wrapping in Minneapolis on July 13.
"We're excited to get back together and doing what we do," Lachey said about the tour. "We feel reinvigorated by our bond and by our group, so we're very excited by that."
"Revelation" performed well for 98 Degrees, reaching No. 2 on Billboard's Top 200 Chart and providing singles such as "Give Me Just One Night (Una Noche)" and "My Everything."