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Top 4 Greatest Hits by “Boyz II Men” One Must Never Forget to Listen!

Boyz II Men is a band all the way from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The actual pronunciation of the band name is boys to men. They are very famous for their emotional ballads and Cappella harmonies. Their debut album was named as CooleyhigHarmony was released in the year 1991. It was a crazy success story for the band. The members of the crew comprised of Nathan Morris, Shawn Stockman, Wanya Morris, and Michael McCary. In 2003, Michael McCary left the band due to medical issues. From the beginning to date, the band has sold over 64 million of awesome albums. Apart from being a sensational icon to the globe, they have achieved plenty of honors and awards from three Grammys, six American Music Awards, three Billboard Music Awards, ten Soul Train Music Awards, and last but not least three NAACP Image Awards. The below given are some of the greatest hits in history by Boyz II Men.

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“Water Runs Dry”

The band, Boyz II Men, composed Water Runs Dry n the year 1994. The famous Babyface produced it. The song-like any other hits by the band is renowned for its certified gold track. They also achieved great heights in ranking second position on Billboard Hot 100 as well as a fourth place on the R&B chart.

“It’s So Hard to Say Goodbye to Yesterday”

This track is considered as the second-best single by Boyz II Men. It is known as an envelope of G.C Cameron’ Cooley High movie which was produced in the year 1975. The film with “It’s So Hard to Say Goodbye to Yesterday,” track was initially released in the year 1991. Just like bagging a lot of trophies, this track also gained the first rank Billboard R&B chart along with the Second rank on the Hot 100.

Goodbye to Yesterday

“In the Still of the Nite (I’ll Remember)”

The crew, Boyz II Men recorded a cappella based on the classic, “In The Still of The Nite” by The Five Satins. It was published in the year 1956 for the TV miniseries named The Jacksons: An American Dream. The track attained the third rank on the Billboard Hot 100 along with the fourth rank on the R&B chart.

“A Song for Mama”

Composed and produced by Babyface, Boyz II Men recorded “A Song for Mama” for a movie named Soul Food in the ear 1997. The actress was named as Vanessa L.Williams. Babyface not only produced and composed but produced the film with his wife as well. This particular track not only gained the top section on the Billboard R&B chart but achieved the most fabulous Grammy Award nomination as well.


There are plenty of reasons why the audience embraced the band into their heart. One of the many reasons is apart from being the best in the industry; they had a philanthropic side of life too. This distinguished group was also great for their Boyz II Men House charity. Here, they rose and funded money to increase and improve the lives of poor people.

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