| B5 (2005–2009)
The band took part in tours and appearing in shows by the likes of Mario Winans, Kanye West, Ginuwine, Usher, Fantasia, Bow Wow and others. They also performed in Monte Carlo in presence of Prince Albert of Monaco. In Atkanta, they were introduced to executive producer Kevin Wales of "World Wide Entertainment" who signed the group, and eventually "Bad Boy Entertainment" and P. Diddy, who took out some of the top producers in the business to work on B5's self-titled debut album, B5. Among the producers were Rodney Jerkins, Ryan Leslie, Sean Garrett, Corna Boyz, Veit Renn and P. Diddy himself. The lead single, "All I Do", a cover of the The Jackson 5's single "All I Do Is Think of You", similar to a cover released by Troop, was suggested to them by Jerkins and they recorded it without hearing either of the other two versions. Patrick acknowledges that their version is more reminiscent of the Troop cover than the original version.
B5 had their self-titled album B5 on the Billboard 200 and reached number seven on the Top R&B/Hip Hop Chart, after entering at #19 in its first week of release on the Billboard 200 and #11 on the Billboard Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. Their images dignified fanzine covers month after month. They created a craze wherever they went or visited. In 2005 they nearly caused for a mall to shut down, a Minneapolis mall when approximately 2000 fans rushed towards the stage during a free concert that took place there. The debut gave the hit singles "All I Do" and "U Got Me" which peaked at Radio Disney at #9 and hung on the BET "106 & Park" Top 10 for weeks.
In their second album Don't Talk, Just Listen, B5 tried their hand at writing a few songs, with the help of producers such as Bryan Michael Cox, Mario Winans, Soul Diggaz, Danja, Blaze, The Underdogs, Insomoniax, and Mischke. "Hydrolics", featuring Bow Wow, was the first single from their second album. The CD is produced by Sean "P. Diddy" Combs, Kevin Wales, and Harve Pierre. It was released on September 11, 2007, which was their last album on Bad Boy records