At some point during a Boyz II Men concert, one of the three members will address the crowd and ask if there are any “Boyz II Men babies” in the house. It’s a witty reminder that the group has recorded a lot of romantic songs as well as a testament to their immense popularity and staying power. After All, Boyz II men are the widely viewed as the most successful R&B group ever.
Another significant aspect of a Boyz II Men tour stop is their ability to connect with their audience. They connect through singing and banter. They are known to go into a crowd, help fans record videos on their phones, and even pass out roses. So get Boyz II Men tickets as close to the stage and aisle as possible.
Last but not least is the group’s indelible harmony. Even after all these years, Boyz II Men still sound amazing live. Each of the three members possesses a good singing voice, but when they sing together that’s when the real magic happens.
Who Are Boyz II Men?
Boyz II Men are Nathan Morris, Shawn Stockman, and Wanya Morris. They formed in 1985 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania as a quartet. They became a trio in 2003 when Michael McCary left the group due to back problems.
What Is Boyz II Men’s Greatest Single?
In 1992, Boyz II Men’s “End of the Road” stayed at number one for 13 weeks. At the time, it was a record. Then Boyz II Men broke their record… not once but twice.
“I’ll Make Love to You” held the ultimate position for 14 weeks. Then the single they recorded with Mariah Carey, “One Sweet Day,” remained at number one for 16 weeks.
“One Sweet Day” still holds the mark for the longest run at number one in the history of Billboard Hot 100.
“I’ll Make Love to You” was usurped by “On Bended Knee,” another Boyz II Men single. In doing so, the group became just the third act (the other two being The Beatles and Elvis Presley) to replace themselves at number one on the Billboard Hot 100.