Boyz II Men

Known for their emotional ballads and a capella harmonies, American vocal group Boyz II Men were originally formed as a quartet in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, but became a trio in 2003 when bass Michael McCrary left, due to health issues. The trio features baritone Nathan Morris and tenors Wanya Morris and Shawn Stockman. Boyz II Men achieved international success during the 1990s, recording on the Motown label. “End of the Road” stayed at number one on the Billboard Hot 100 for thirteen weeks, breaking a record previously held by Elvis Presley. Subsequent singles performed even better. “One Sweet Day,” recorded with Mariah Carey still holds the record jointly at sixteen weeks at number one. Billboard Magazine named them the fourth most successful musical group of the 1990s. As a trio, the group continue to perform and release studio albums.


End of the Road, I’ll Make Love To You, One Sweet Dayy (With Mariah Carey), On Bended Knee, 4 Seasons of Loneliness, Water Runs Dry