Click-B (클릭비) is a seven-member South Korean pop and hip hop group. They were formed in August 1999 under DSP Media, the same company as Fin. K.L. and the former Sechskies. Click-B started out as a band combining rock and dance beats in their music.
The band split in 2002, with 4 members remaining. They joined the k-pop duo, J-Walk (consisting of two previous Sechskies members Jang Su Won and Kim Jae Duc) to form JnC. Then member Kim Tae Hyung left the group after their 4th album to pursue personal interests.
In 2006, Click-B (with the previous arrangement of 3 remaining members Oh Jong-hyuk, Woo Yun-suk and Kim Sang-hyuk) released their 5th album "Smile".
On December 14, 2013, DSP Media organized a concert 'DSP Festival' at Jamshil Arena where Click-B performed as a group along with other artists under the same management. A few members were absent for various reasons: Evan (Yoo Ho-suk) was still serving his military obligation, Kim Sang-hyuk was on hiatus from the entertainment industry and Kang Hoo (Kim Tae-hyung) was busy with his acting career.
In August 2015, it was reported that all seven members would return for a new album slated for release at the end of this year. A month later, DSP Media confirmed that the group will make its comeback in October. DSP Media announced the group would hold its first concert after thirteen years since debut, "7-3=7" on November 21. The group would be released "Reborn" on October 21.