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Boyz II Men

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Although they went through a myriad of criticisms there is no questioning the success of Boyz II Men.  The Philly based group were a combination of R&B, Doo Wop and the New Jack Swing movement.  Sure, there was a bit of a boy band feel to it, but there was no group who flew the R&B flag of any kind who sold more records than they did in the 90’s.  They will have to ride that wave of success as the amount of detractors they have are enough to keep them out.





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Country of Origin:

U.S.A. (Philadelphia, PA)


NIHOF’s Favorite Album:

II (1994)


NIHOF’s Favorite Song:

Motownphilly (From Cooleyhighharmony, 1991)

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0 #1 Jenny 2012-10-25 08:48
Are you kidding me? The biggest-selling R&B group of ALL TIME, who smashed Elvis' record among others, sold bajillions of albums, can REALLY SING and have true talent and still tour the world doing about 150 shows a year, dancing rings around cats half their age? Of COURSE they should be in there! It's ridiculous they're not already after a 20+ year career.

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