Boyz II Men
Released the album Collide.
Headlined a "Love Cruise" in honor of their 20th anniversary as a group.
Recorded and released the album The Remedy and released it exclusively in Japan, where the group had a rabid fan base.
Released the album Throwback, Vol. 1, a collection of covers of classic R&B songs.
Created the independent label MSM Music Group.
McCary left the group, leaving them to perform as a trio.
Signed a new contract with Arista Records.
Released the album Full Circle, which sold roughly one million copies worldwide.
Saw the release of their third studio album, Evolution, meet with lesser success than previous records, selling just three million copies.
Released their sophomore album, II. It sold over 12 million copies and became one of the best selling albums by an R&B group of all time.
Released the single "End of the Road," which would remain at Number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 for thirteen weeks.
Released their first album, Cooleyhighharmony on Motown Records. It would sell nine million copies and win a Grmamy Award.
Known for such albums as "II" and "Cooleyhighharmony"
First formed under the name Unique Attraction.
Was formed by friends attending Philadelphia High School for the Creative and Performing Arts.
Michael McCary joined the group when he entered a school bathroom where Nathan Morris, Marc Nelson, Wanya Morris, and Shawn Stockman were practicing their harmonies and he decided to join in. He proved himself immediately.
Sneaked backstage at a New Edition concert in 1989 and sang for Michael Bivins, who agreed to manage and help produce their group.
Marc Nelson left the group early on, leaving them with a quartet lineup.