You awkwardly danced to "End of the Road" at your middle school dances. You sang along to "I'll Make Love to You" on the radio, even if you didn't fully understand the subject matter. "Motownphilly" will always be back again.
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After taking a break for several years, the Boyz behind these early '90s classics -- Nathan Morris, Wanya Morris and Shawn Stockman (bass singer Michael McCary left the group in 2003 due to health issues) -- are back. Taking time off from their Las Vegas residency, various TV gigs and recording a new album, Boyz II Men perform tonight at Staples Center. It's part of their Package Tour, which also features boy bands 98° Degrees and headliners New Kids on the Block.
Boyz II Men are the openers, and perform 30 minutes of their most familiar tunes. Nonetheless, the sound of screaming women is just as loud now as it was twenty years ago, says Stockman and Nathan Morris. "We were blessed with Ferraris to drive," says the latter, speaking of their song catalog metaphorically. "The women fell in love with those cars." Below, they discuss their biggest hits!
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