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Boyz II Men are back with a new album of Motown hits




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Grammy winning group is considered as one of the most successful R&B group of all time, selling inestimated, get this 60 million records. They’ve dominated the charts with their classic Motown hits. And now, the boys are back. We’re so thrilled to be joined by Boys II Men today as they unveil their brand new album “Motown, A Journey through Hitsville USA”. Thanks so much for being here.

Hey! Hello. Good to be here. Good to be here. Yes, it is. Yes, it is.

So the album, it sounds fantastic, (Thank you!) tell me about it, coz it’s the classic, (Yes, yes, yes!) why did you guys decide to do that?

Well, it was an idea that came to our management by actually a group of guys, who were thinking about doing something like this, David Sumonie anda couple of other people. They actually came to management and said, “you know what the guys’ll be interested in?’ When they came to us with the idea, we were like “Oh, it sounds like something that’ll be very very interesting to do kinda nostalgic, because we started off from Motown”. So, you know, now being back on Universal after taking, er, the high 80s from record labels for a many being independent. We came back to Universal, and now we’re doing Motown songs. So it’s like a full-circle-type thing.

It’s great that you guys coz you have been, you've been two decades in the business. So you have the ability to say, no, it's not the time. We can wait. (Yeah! yeah, that's it!) And have you guys, you know, stayed together, and they seem to get along, but do you really behind the scene?

Absolutely we get along, I mean just like any brotherhood or any family type or into situation, you know. We have ups and downs, we have our problems you know, a little, you know, a little secrecies there, we, you know kinda like showing off, this guy is bugging right now. But in our actuality you know we love each other, we’re bothers. And the beautiful thing about it is music made us love each other. As long as music is here, and as long as we are gonna be here with each other.

Yes, it’s based on the real thing. It’s not about we wanna a contrived group, we want a group that was made by some manager guy that sort of putting together a bunch of dudes that sing harmony, we put ourselves together. And it’s just like Wanya said it’s the music, and a love with the music that we mutually have, and that’s the tie that binds.

And I have to ask coz you’re working with Randy Jackson, (Yes!) an American Idol fame who’s also a Grammy winning producer. Tell me how, what was that like?

Well it was a great experience for all of us. I mean, We’ve known Randy for years, but we never really had a chance to work with him, in this type of fashion. And when we came up with the idea for the album, we weren’t sure how we want to produce the actual music inside of it. But we came up with an idea to produce it all-live, all-live instruments which was a great thing for us. And the list of producers that we had kinda got narrowed down when we went that direction. And Randy was the one who seemed to best fit the bill for what we were trying to do. And he is just a great guy, and I mean, he is a good dude, very insightful and he is very honest, and he is one of those guys you can bounce a lot of ideas off. He’ll soon give you his honest opinions. It was just a great relaxed atmosphere and it was nothing rush, so we didn’t have to… you know we didn’t have our backs up against the wall for time or whatever. We just went in, tried to follow into the characters of the songs we were singing. It was just a great atmosphere altogether.

Alright, and it comes throughout the album. And you know I can’t let you go without asking for a little sample. Can you sing me a little song, ok?

Okay! We’re gonna give you a little sample, we actually redid one of our own songs on the album, “End of the Road”. We did add a capella with our good friend Brain McKnight, he helped us out on the production on that part. So we are gonna give you just give you a little, a little snippet.

Okay!

Although we've come to the end of the road
Still I can't let you go
It's unnatural, you belong to me, I belong to you
Come to the end of the road
Still I can't let you go
It's unnatural, you belong to me, I belong to you


Oh, fantastic, that is ballad right there. Thank you guys so much, it's such a fun to have you here. Thank you so much.

Definitely.


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Grammy anchor is considered one of the most successful R&B groups of all time, selling an estimated 60 million records. They’ve dominated the charts with their classic Motown hits. And now, the boys are back. We’re so thrilled to be joined by Boys II Men today as well as their brand new album “Motown, A Journey through the Hitsville USA”. Thanks so much for being here.

Hello. Good to be here. * to be here. Yes, it is. Yes, it is.

So the album, it sounds fantastic, tell me about it coz it’s the classic? Why did guys decide to do that?

Well, it was an idea that came to our management by actually a group of guys, who were thinking about doing something like, Dasey M*, a couple of other people. They actually came to management, “you know would the guy be interested?’ When they came to us with the idea, we were like “Oh, it sounds like something being very very interesting to do kind of stuffs, you know we started it on Motown”. You know, now being back on Universal and after take a high * record label for being independent. We came back to Universal, and now we’re doing a Motown song. So it’s like a full-circle-type thing.

It’s crazy you guys coz it has been two decades in the business. So you have the ability to say, no, not the time. Would you wait? I know you guys, you know, stay together, and they seem to get along, do you really behind the scene?

Absolutely we get along, I mean just like any brotherhood or any family type or situation, you know. We have up and down, we have problems you know, a little secrecy, you know kind of like Shawn, this guy is bugging right now. But in lots of reality you know we love each other, we’re bothers. And the beautiful thing about it is the music that makes us love each other. As long as the music is here, as long as we’re gonna be here with each other.

Yes, the basis of the real thing is not about we wanna a contrived group, we want a group that was made by some manager sort of putting together, a bunch of guys, doing the same harmony. We put ourselves together. And it’s just like Wanya say it’s the music, we love the music that we mutually have, and that’s the type of us.

And I have to ask coz you’re working with Randy Jackson, American idol * also Grammy winning producer. Tell me what was that like?

Well it was a great experience for all of us. We’ve known Randy for years, but we never had a chance to work with him, in this type of perfection. And when we came along with the idea for the album, we want to make sure who can produce the music inside of it. But we came with the idea to producers Al L*. Al L* is someone we’re so thankful for. And the least producer that we have, kind of get Nathan down. When we met Randy, Randy is the one who seems the best bill we try to do. And he is just a great guy, I mean, he is a good dude, very insightful and he is very honest, and he is one of those guys you can bound lots of ideas or give you sound opinions. It was just a great relaxed atmosphere and nothing rush, we didn’t have … you know we didn’t have our back against the wall for time or whatever. You know, we just went in, tried to follow the character of the song and this is the song we were singing. It was just a great atmosphere all together

Alright, and you come through the album. You know I can’t let you go without asking for a little sample. Just sing a little, ok?

We’re gonna give a little sample, we actually re-did one of the new songs on the album, “End of the Road”. We did add a pallor with our good friend Brain, he helps me on the production on that part. So we just give you a little sneak.

(All singing…)

Oh, fantastic, there is a ballad right there. See you guys have so much touch here. Thank you.

Definitely.




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Grammy winning group is considered what is the most successful R&B group of all time, selling an estimated, get this 60 million records. They’re dominated the charts with their classic Motown hits. And now, the boys are back. We’re so thrilled to be joined by Boys II Men today as well as their brand new album “Motown, A Journey through the Hitsville USA”. Thanks so much for being here.

Hello. Good to be here. * to be here. Yes, it is. Yes, it is.

So the album, it sounds fantastic, tell me about it coz it’s the classic? Why did you guys decide to do that?

Well, it was an idea that came to our management by actually a group of guys, who thinking about doing something like this, David Sumonie anda couple of other people. They actually came to management and said, “you know would the guy be interested in?’ When they came to the idea, we were like “Oh, it sounds like something to be very very interesting to do kind of a nostalgia, because we started all from Motown”. So, you now being back on Universal \ after taking a high recordly wistful many being independent. We came back to universal, and now we’re doing a Motown song. So it’s like a full-circle-type thing.

It’s great you guys coz you have been two decades in the business. So you have the ability to say, no, not the time. Would you wait? I know you guys, you know, stay together, and they seem to get along, do you really behind the scene?

Absolutely we get along, I mean just like any brotherhood or any family type or into situation, you know. We have ups and downs, we have problems you know, a little secrecies got we, you know kind of like Shawn, this guy is bugging right now. But in our actuality you know we love each other, we’re bothers. And the beautiful thing about it is the music that made us love each other. As long as the music is here, as long as we don’t be able to leave with each other.

Yes, the base tone of the real thing is not about we wanna a contrived group, we want a group that was made by some manager guy that sort of putting together, bunching, doing the same harmony, we put ourselves together. And it’s just like Wanya said it’s the music, we love the music that we mutually have, and that’s the tight binds.

And I have to ask coz you’re working with Randy Jackson, American idol fames also a Grammy winning producer. Tell me what was that like?

Well it was a great experience for all of us. We’ve known Randy for years, but we never have a chance to work with him, in this type of perfection. And when we came over with the idea for the album, we weren’t sure how we want to produce the actual music inside of it. But we came over with the idea to produce it all live, all live \ which is a great thing for us. And the listed producers we had kind of got narrowed down \ when we went that direction. Randy was the one who seemed to best for build for what we try to do. And he is just a great guy, I mean, he is a good dude, very insightful and he is very honest, and he is one of those guys you can bounce lots of ideas of. He’ll soon give you honest opinions. It was just a great relaxed atmosphere and nothing rush, we didn’t have … you know we didn’t have our back against the wall for time or whatever.\ We just went in, tried to follow the character of the songs \ we were singing. It was just a great atmosphere all together

Alright, and it comes through the album. You know I can’t let you go without asking for a little sample. Just sing a little, ok?

We’re gonna give a little sample, we actually re-did one of our old songs on the album, “End of the Road”. We did add a pallor with our good friend Brain, he helps me on the production on that part. So we just give you a little snippet.

(All singing…)

Oh, fantastic, that is a talent right there. Thank you guys have so much touch to have you here. Thank you so much.

Definitely.
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Grammy anchor is considered one of the most successful R&B groups of all time, selling an estimated 60 million records. They’ve dominated the charts with their classic Motown hits. And now, the boys are back. We’re so thrilled to be joined by Boys II Men today as well as their brand new album “Motown, A Journey through the Hitsville USA”. Thanks so much for being here.

Hello. Good to be here. pleasedto be here. Yes, it is. Yes, it is.

So the album, it sounds fantastic, tell me about it coz it’s the classic? Why did guys decide to do that?

Well, it was an idea that came to our management by actually a group of guys, who were thinking about doing something like, Dasey M*, a couple of other people. They actually came to management, “you know would the guy be interested?’ When they came to us with the idea, we were like “Oh, it sounds like something being very very interesting to do kind of stuffs, you know we started it on Motown”. You know, now being back on Universal and after take a high * record label for being independent. We came back to Universal, and now we’re doing a Motown song. So it’s like a full-circle-type thing.

It’s crazy you guys coz it has been two decades in the business. So you have the ability to say, no, not the time. Would you wait? I know you guys, you know, stay together, and they seem to get along, do you really behind the scene?

Absolutely we get along, I mean just like any brotherhood or any family type oriented situation, you know. We have ups and down, we have problems you know, a little, you know,it was secrecy, thatyou know kind of like Shawn, this guy is bugging right now. But you knowin lots of reality you know we love each other, we’re bothers. And the beautiful thing about it is the music made us love each other. As long as the music is here, as long as we’re gonna be here with each other.

Yes, the basis of the real thing is not about we wanna a contrived group, we want a group that was made by some manager guy sort of putting together, a bunch dudes, to seek harmony. We put ourselves together. And it’s just like Wanya say it’s the music, we love the music that we mutually have, and that’s the tie upon us.

And I have to ask coz you’re working with Randy Jackson, American idol fame also Grammy winning producer. Tell me what was that like?

Well it was a great experience for all of us. We’ve known Randy for years, but we never had a chance to work with him, in this type of faction. And when we came with the idea for the album, we want to make sure who can produce the excellent music side of it. But we came with the idea to produce all live. All live is what a great thing for us.And the least producer that we have, kind of get narrow down. When we met Randy, Randy is the one who seems the best bill we try to do. And he is just a great guy, I mean, he is a good dude, very insightful and he is very honest, and he is one of those guys you can bound lots of ideas or give youhis honest opinions. It was just a great relaxed atmosphere and nothing rush, we didn’t have … you know we didn’t have our back against the wall for time or whatever. You know, we just went in, tried to follow the character of the song and this is the song we were singing. It was just a great atmosphere all together

Alright, and you come through the album. You know I can’t let you go without asking for a little sample. Just sing a little, ok?

We’re gonna give a little sample, we actually re-did one of the new songs on the album, “End of the Road”. We did add a pallor with our good friend Brain, he helps me on the production on that part. So we just give you a little sneapy.

(All singing…)

Oh, fantastic, there is a ballad right there. See you guys have so much touch here. Thank you.

Definitely.
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Grammy winning group is considered one of the most successful R&B groups of all time, selling an estimated, get this, 60 million records. They’ve dominated the charts with their classic Motown hits. And now, the boyz are back. We’re so thrilled to be joined by Boys II Men today as they unveil their brand new album “Motown, A Journey through / Hitsville USA”. Thanks so much for being here.

Hello... Good to be here. Pleasure to be here. Yes, it is. Yes, it is.

So the album is, it sounds fantastic, tell me about it coz it’s the classic? Why did you guys decide to do that?

Well, it was an idea that came to our management by actually a group of guys, who were thinking about doing something like, there's Dave Salmonia, and a couple of other people. They actually came to management and said“you know what would the guy be interested in ?’ When they came to us with the idea, we were like “Oh, it sounds like something that will be very very interesting to do, kind of nostalgic, because we started / off on Motown”. So, you know, now being back on Universal / after taking a , behind hades from record labels for a minute, and being independent. We came back to Universal, and now we’re doing / Motown songs. So it’s like a full-circle-type thing.

It’s great that you guys coz you all have been here for two decades in the business. So you have the ability to say, no, it's not the time. We should wait. (yeah, yeah, that's it) And have you guys, you know, stay together, and you, they seem to get along, but do you really behind the scenes?

Absolutely we get along, I mean just like any brotherhood or any family type-oriented situation, you know. We have our ups and downs, we have our problems you know, a little, you know, and there're secrecies that we, you know kind of like showing off, oh, this guy is just bugging right now. But you know in actuality, you know we love each other, we’re bothers. And the beautiful thing about it is / music made us love each other. And as long as the music is here, as long as we’re gonna be here with each other.

Yes, it's based on real thing, it is not about, we weren't a contrived group, we weren't a group that was made by some manager guy that sort of putting together, a bunch of dudes to sing harmony. We put ourselves together. And it’s just like Wanya say it’s the music, and the love with music that we mutually have, and that’s the tide of bonds.

Alright. And I have to ask coz you’re working with Randy Jackson, American idol fame, who's also a Grammy winning producer. Tell me, how, what was that like?

Well it was a great experience for all of us. I mean we’ve known Randy for years, but we never really had a chance to work with him, in this type of fashion. And when we came up with the idea for the album, we weren't sure how we were gonna produce the actual music side of it. But we came up with an idea to produce it all-live. All-live instruments which was a great thing for us. And the list of producers that we had , kind of got narrowed down when we went that direction. And Randy was the one who seemed to best fit the bill for what we were trying to do. And he is just a great guy, man, I mean, he is a good dude, he's very insightful, he is very honest, and he is one of those guys just you can bounce a lot of ideas off, he's gonna give you some honest opinion/. It was just a, it was just a great relaxed atmosphere, there was nothing rush, for we didn’t have to, you know we didn’t have our backs up against the wall for time or whatever. / / we just went in, tried to follow into the characters of the songs that we were singing. And it was just a great atmosphere altogether.

Alright, and it comes throughout the album. You know I can’t let you go without asking for a little sample. Can you sing me a little focus, ok?

We’re gonna give you a little sample, we actually re-did one of our own songs on the album, “End of the Road”. We did / an a cappella with our good friend Brian Mcknight, he helped this out on the production on that part. So we are gonna give you just a little, littele sneak peek. Ok

(All singing…)

Oh, fantastic, that is / ballad right there. Thank you guys so much, it's such a fun to have you here. Thank you so much.

Definitely...



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Grammy winning group is considered one of the most successful R&B groups of all time, selling an estimated, get this, 60 million records. They’ve dominated the charts with their classic Motown hits. And now, the boyz are back. We’re so thrilled to be joined by Boys II Men today as they unveil their brand new album “Motown, A Journey through / Hitsville USA”. Thanks so much for being here.

Hello... Good to be here. Pleasure to be here. Yes, it is. Yes, it is.

So the album is, it sounds fantastic, tell me about it coz it’s the classic? Why did you guys decide to do that?

Well, it was an idea that came to our management by actually a group of guys, who were thinking about doing something like, there's Dave Salmonia, and a couple of other people. They actually came to management and said“you know what would the guy be interested in ?’ When they came to us with the idea, we were like “Oh, it sounds like something that will be very very interesting to do, kind of nostalgic, because we started / off on Motown”. So, you know, now being back on Universal / after taking a , behind hades from record labels for a minute, and being independent. We came back to Universal, and now we’re doing / Motown songs. So it’s like a full-circle-type thing.

It’s great that you guys coz you all have been here for two decades in the business. So you have the ability to say, no, it's not the time. We should wait. (yeah, yeah, that's it) And have you guys, you know, stay together, and you, they seem to get along, but do you really behind the scenes?

Absolutely we get along, I mean just like any brotherhood or any family tie-oriented situation, you know. We have our ups and downs, we have our problems you know, a little, you know, and there're secrecies that we, you know kind of like showing off, oh, this guy is just bugging right now. But you know in actuality, you know we love each other, we’re brothers. And the beautiful thing about it is / music made us love each other. And as long as the music is here, as long as we’re gonna be here with each other.

Yes, it's based on real thing, it is not about, we weren't a contrived group, we weren't a group that was made by some manager guy that sort of putting together, a bunch of dudes to sing harmony. We put ourselves together. And it’s just like Wanya say it’s the music, and the love with music that we mutually have, and that’s the tide of bonds.

Alright. And I have to ask coz you’re working with Randy Jackson, American idol fame, who's also a Grammy winning producer. Tell me, how, what was that like?

Well it was a great experience for all of us. I mean we’ve known Randy for years, but we never really had a chance to work with him, in this type of fashion. And when we came up with the idea for the album, we weren't sure how we were gonna produce the actual music side of it. But we came up with an idea to produce it all-live. All-live instruments which was a great thing for us. And the list of producers that we had , kind of got narrowed down when we went that direction. And Randy was the one who seemed to best fit the bill for what we were trying to do. And he is just a great guy, man, I mean, he is a good dude, he's very insightful, he is very honest, and he is one of those guys just you can bounce a lot of ideas off, he's gonna give you some honest opinion/. It was just a, it was just a great relaxed atmosphere, there was nothing rush, for we didn’t have to, you know we didn’t have our backs up against the wall for time or whatever. / / we just went in, tried to follow into the characters of the songs that we were singing. And it was just a great atmosphere altogether.

Alright, and it comes throughout the album. You know I can’t let you go without asking for a little sample. Can you sing me a little focus, ok?

We’re gonna give you a little sample, we actually re-did one of our own songs on the album, “End of the Road”. We did / an a cappella with our good friend Brian Mcknight, he helped this out on the production on that part. So we are gonna give you just a little, littele sneak peek. Ok

(All singing…)

Oh, fantastic, that is / ballad right there. Thank you guys so much, it's such a fun to have you here. Thank you so much.

Definitely...

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Grammy winning group is considered one of the most successful R&B groups of all time, selling an estimated, get this, 60 million records. They’ve dominated the charts with their classic Motown hits. And now, the boyz are back. We’re so thrilled to be joined by Boys II Men today as they unveil their brand new album “Motown, A Journey through / Hitsville USA”. Thanks so much for being here.

Hello... Good to be here. Pleasure to be here. Yes, it is. Yes, it is.

So the album is, it sounds fantastic, tell me about it coz it’s the classic? Why did you guys decide to do that?

Well, it was an idea that came to our management by actually a group of guys, who were thinking about doing something like, there's Dave Salmonia, and a couple of other people. They actually came to management and said“you know what would the guy be interested in ?’ When they came to us with the idea, we were like “Oh, it sounds like something that will be very very interesting to do, kind of nostalgic, because we started / off on Motown”. So, you know, now being back on Universal / after taking a , behind hades from record labels for a minute, and being independent. We came back to Universal, and now we’re doing / Motown songs. So it’s like a full-circle-type thing.

It’s great that you guys coz you all have been here for two decades in the business. So you have the ability to say, no, it's not the time. We should wait. (yeah, yeah, that's it) And have you guys, you know, stay together, and you, they seem to get along, but do you really behind the scenes?

Absolutely we get along, I mean just like any brotherhood or any family type-oriented situation, you know. We have our ups and downs, we have our problems you know, a little, you know, and there're secrecies that we, you know kind of like showing off, oh, this guy is just bugging right now. But you know in actuality, you know we love each other, we’re bothers. And the beautiful thing about it is / music made us love each other. And as long as the music is here, as long as we’re gonna be here with each other.

Yes, it's based on real thing, it is not about, we weren't a contrived group, we weren't a group that was made by some manager guy that sort of putting together, a bunch of dudes to sing harmony. We put ourselves together. And it’s just like Wanya say it’s the music, and the love with music that we mutually have, and that’s the tide of bonds.

Alright. And I have to ask coz you’re working with Randy Jackson, American idol fame, who's also a Grammy winning producer. Tell me, how, what was that like?

Well it was a great experience for all of us. I mean we’ve known Randy for years, but we never really had a chance to work with him, in this type of fashion. And when we came up with the idea for the album, we weren't sure how we were gonna produce the actual music side of it. But we came up with an idea to produce it all-live. All-live instruments which was a great thing for us. And the list of producers that we had , kind of got narrowed down when we went that direction. And Randy was the one who seemed to best fit the bill for what we were trying to do. And he is just a great guy, man, I mean, he is a good dude, he's very insightful, he is very honest, and he is one of those guys just you can bounce a lot of ideas off, he's gonna give you some honest opinion/. It was just a, it was just a great relaxed atmosphere, there was nothing rush, for we didn’t have to, you know we didn’t have our backs up against the wall for time or whatever. / / we just went in, tried to follow into the characters of the songs that we were singing. And it was just a great atmosphere altogether.

Alright, and it comes throughout the album. You know I can’t let you go without asking for a little sample. Can you sing me a little focus, ok?

We’re gonna give you a little sample, we actually re-did one of our own songs on the album, “End of the Road”. We did / an a cappella with our good friend Brian Mcknight, he helped this out on the production on that part. So we are gonna give you just a little, littele sneak peek. Ok

(All singing…)

Oh, fantastic, that is / ballad right there. Thank you guys so much, it's such a fun to have you here. Thank you so much.

Definitely...
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... group is considered what is the most successful R&B group of all time, selling an estimated, get this 60 million records. They’re dominated the charts with their classic Motown hits. And now, the boys are back. We’re so thrilled to be joined by Boys II Men today as well as their brand new album “Motown, A Journey through the Hitsville USA”. Thanks so much for being here.

Hello. Good to be here. Good to be here. Yes, it is. Yes, it is.

So the album, it sounds fantastic, tell me about it couse it’s the classic. Why did you guys decide to do that?

Well, it was an idea that came to our management by actually a group of guys, who thinking about doing something like this, David Sumonie and a couple of other people. They actually came to management and said, “you know would the guy be interested in?’ When they came to the idea, we were like “Oh, it sounds like something to be very very interesting to do kind of a kind of nostalgia, because we started all from Motown”. So, you now being back on Universal after taking a high recordly wistful many being independent. We came back to universal, and now we’re doing a Motown song. So it’s like a full-circle-type thing.

It’s great you guys coz you have been two decades in the business. So you have the ability to say, no, not the time. Would you wait?

Yeah, yeah, that's it.

I know you guys, you know, stay together, and they seem to get along, do you really behind the scene?

Absolutely we get along, I mean just like any brotherhood or any family type or into situation, you know. We have ups and downs, we have problems you know, a little, you know, secrecies got we, you know kind of like Shawn, this guy is bugging right now. But in our actuality you know we love each other, we’re bothers. And the beautiful thing about it is the music that made us love each other. As long as the music is here, as long as we don’t be able to leave with each other.

Yes, the base tone of the real thing is not about we wanna a contrived group, we want a group that was made by some manager guy that sort of putting together, bunching, doing the same harmony, we put ourselves together. And it’s just like Wanya said it’s the music, we love the music that we mutually have, and that’s the tight binds.

And I have to ask cause you’re working with Randy Jackson, American idol fames also a Grammy winning producer. Tell me what was that like?

Well it was a great experience for all of us. We’ve known Randy for years, but we never have a chance to work with him, in this type of fation. And when we came over with the idea for the album, we weren’t sure how we want to produce the actual music inside of it. But we came over with the idea to produce it all live, all live it seemed which is a great thing for us. And the listed producers we had kind of got narrowed down when we went that direction. Randy was the one who seemed to best for build for what we try to do. And he is just a great guy, I mean, he is a good dude, very insightful and he is very honest, and he is one of those guys you can bounce lots of ideas of. He’ll soon give you honest opinions. It was just a great relaxed atmosphere and nothing rush, we didn’t have to...you know we didn’t have our back against the wall for time or whatever. We just went in, tried to follow the character of the songs we were singing. It was just a great atmosphere all together

Alright, and it comes through the album. You know I can’t let you go without asking for a little sample. Just sing a little, ok?

We’re gonna give a little sample, we actually redid one of our old songs on the album, “End of the Road”. We did add a pallor with our good friend Brain, he helps me on the production on that part. So we just give you a little snippet.

(All singing…)one, two, three...
Although we’ve come to the end of the road
Still I can’t let you go
It’s unnatural, you belong to me, I belong to you
Come to the end of the road
let you go
It’s unnatural, you belong to me, I belong to you

Oh,it's fantastic, that is a talent right there. Thank you guys have so much touch to have you here. Thank you so much.

Definitely.

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... group is considered what is the most successful R&B group of all time, selling an estimated, get this 60 million records. They’re dominated the charts with their classic Motown hits. And now, the boys are back. We’re so thrilled to be joined by Boys II Men today as well as their brand new album “Motown, A Journey through the Hitsville USA”. Thanks so much for being here.

Hello. Good to be here. Good to be here. Yes, it is. Yes, it is.

So the album, it sounds fantastic, tell me about it couse it’s the classic. Why did you guys decide to do that?

Well, it was an idea that came to our management by actually a group of guys, who thinking about doing something like this, David Sumonie and a couple of other people. They actually came to management and said, “you know would the guy be interested in?’ When they came to the idea, we were like “Oh, it sounds like something to be very very interesting to do kind of a kind of nostalgia, because we started all from Motown”. So, you now being back on Universal after taking a high recordly wistful many being independent. We came back to universal, and now we’re doing a Motown song. So it’s like a full-circle-type thing.

It’s great you guys coz you have been two decades in the business. So you have the ability to say, no, not the time. Would you wait?

Yeah, yeah, that's it.

I know you guys, you know, stay together, and they seem to get along, do you really behind the scene?

Absolutely we get along, I mean just like any brotherhood or any family type or into situation, you know. We have ups and downs, we have problems you know, a little, you know, secrecies got we, you know kind of like Shawn, this guy is bugging right now. But in our actuality you know we love each other, we’re bothers. And the beautiful thing about it is the music that made us love each other. As long as the music is here, as long as we don’t be able to leave with each other.

Yes, the base tone of the real thing is not about we wanna a contrived group, we want a group that was made by some manager guy that sort of putting together, bunching, doing the same harmony, we put ourselves together. And it’s just like Wanya said it’s the music, we love the music that we mutually have, and that’s the tight binds.

And I have to ask cause you’re working with Randy Jackson, American idol fames also a Grammy winning producer. Tell me what was that like?

Well it was a great experience for all of us. We’ve known Randy for years, but we never have a chance to work with him, in this type of fation. And when we came over with the idea for the album, we weren’t sure how we want to produce the actual music inside of it. But we came over with the idea to produce it all live, all live it seemed which is a great thing for us. And the listed producers we had kind of got narrowed down when we went that direction. Randy was the one who seemed to best for build for what we try to do. And he is just a great guy, I mean, he is a good dude, very insightful and he is very honest, and he is one of those guys you can bounce lots of ideas of. He’ll soon give you honest opinions. It was just a great relaxed atmosphere and nothing rush, we didn’t have to...you know we didn’t have our back against the wall for time or whatever. We just went in, tried to follow the character of the songs we were singing. It was just a great atmosphere all together

Alright, and it comes through the album. You know I can’t let you go without asking for a little sample. Just sing a little, ok?

We’re gonna give a little sample, we actually redid one of our old songs on the album, “End of the Road”. We did add a pallor with our good friend Brain, he helps me on the production on that part. So we just give you a little snippet.

(All singing…)one, two, three...Although we’ve come to the end of the road.Still I can’t let you go.it’s unnatural, you belong to me, I belong to you
Come to the end of the road.let you goIt’s unnatural, you belong to me, I belong to you.

Oh,it's fantastic, that is a talent right there. Thank you guys have so much touch to have you here. Thank you so much.

Definitely.

Woo ah, no no no
Woo ah, oh mercy mercy me
Ah things ain't what they used to be, no no
Grammy winning group is considered of one of most successful R&B group of all time, selling an estimated, get this 60 million records. They’re dominated the charts with their classic Motown hits. And now, the boys are back. We’re so thrilled to be joined by Boys II Men today as well as their brand new album “Motown, A Journey through the Hitsville USA”. Thanks so much for being here.

Hello. Good to be here. Good to be here. Yes, it is. Yes, it is.

So the album, it sounds fantastic, tell me about it couse it’s the classic. Why did you guys decide to do that?

Well, it was an idea that came to our management by actually a group of guys, who thinking about doing something like this, David Sumonie and a couple of other people. They actually came to management and said, “you know waht the guy would be interested in?’ When they came to the idea, we were like “Oh, it sounds like something to be very very interesting to do kind of a kind of nostalgia, because we started all from Motown”. So, you now being back on Universal after taking a high recordly wistful many being independent. We came back to universal, and now we’re doing a Motown song. So it’s like a full-circle-type thing.

It’s great you guys coz you have been two decades in the business. So you have the ability to say, now it's not the time. Would you wait?

Yeah, yeah, that's it.

I know you guys, you know, stay together, and they seem to get along, do you really behind the scene?

Absolutely we get along, I mean just like any brotherhood or any family type or into situation, you know. We have ups and downs, we have problems you know, a little, you know, secrecies with we, you know kind of like Shawn, this guy is bugging right now. But in our actuality you know we love each other, we’re bothers. And the beautiful thing about it is the music that made us love each other. As long as the music is here, as long as we don’t be with each other.

Yes, the base on the real thing is not about we wanna a contrived group, we want a group that was made by some manager guy that sort of putting together, bunching, doing the same harmony, we put ourselves together. And it’s just like Wanya said it’s the music, we love the music that we mutually have, and that’s the tight binds.

And I have to ask cause you’re working with Randy Jackson, American idol fames also a Grammy winning producer. Tell me what was that like?

Well it was a great experience for all of us. We’ve known Randy for years, but we never have a chance to work with him, in this type of fation. And when we came over with the idea for the album, we weren’t sure how we want to produce the actual music inside of it. But we came over with the idea to produce it all live, all live it seemed which is a great thing for us. And the listed producers we had kind of got narrowed down when we went that direction. Randy was the one who seemed to best for build for what we try to do. And he is just a great guy, I mean, he is a good dude, very insightful and he is very honest, and he is one of those guys you can bounce lots of ideas of. He’ll soon give you honest opinions. It was just a great relaxed atmosphere and nothing rush, we didn’t have to you know we didn’t have our back against the wall for time or whatever. We just went in, tried to follow the character of the songs we were singing. It was just a great atmosphere all together

Alright, and it comes through the album. You know I can’t let you go without asking for a little sample. Just sing a little, ok?

We’re gonna give a little sample, we actually redid one of our old songs on the album, “End of the Road”. We did add a pallor with our good friend Brain, he helps me on the production on that part. So we just give you a little snippet.

(All singing…)one, two, three...Although we’ve come to the end of the road.Still I can’t let you go.it’s unnatural, you belong to me, I belong to you
Come to the end of the road.let you go .It’s unnatural, you belong to me, I belong to you.

Oh,it's fantastic, that is a talent right there. Thank you guys have so much touch to have you here. Thank you so much.

Definitely.

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Woo ah, oh mercy mercy me
Ah things ain't what they used to be, no no
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Grammy winning group is considered one of the most successful R&B groups of all time, selling an estimated get this 60 million records. They've dominated the charts with their classic Motown hits, and now the Boyz are back. We are so thrilled to be joined by Boyz II men today as they unveil their brand new album, Motown, a journey to Hitsville USA, thanks so much for being here.


Good to be here. Yes, it is. Yes, it is.
So the album is it sounds so fantastic ,tell me about it, coz it's the classics, why did you guys decide to do that?


Well, it was an idea that came to our management by, actually a group of guys who were thinking about doing some stuff like this, Davis Molly, and a couple of other people. They actullay came to management and said you know what would the guys be interested in. When they came to us with the idea, we would like hoo, it sounds like something will be very very intersting to do,a kind of nostalgic, because we start it all from Motowns. You know, now being back on universal after taking a behind it is from recordly for _, and being independent, we came back to universal and now we are doing motown songs, so it's like a full-circle- type thing.

That's crazy you guys, coz you have been, you've been in two decades in a business. So you have the ability to say no, not the time, we should wait. And have you guys, you know, stay together, they seem to get along, but do you really behind the scene?

Absloutely, we get along, i mean, just like any brotherhood, i mean, family type or into a situation, you know, we have our ups and downs ,we have our problems, you know, a little secrecies that we, you know a kind of like share of the whole of this guy is bugging right now. but in our actuality, you know, we love each other, we're brothers. And the beautiful thing about it is the music made of us love each other. And as long as the music is here. Yeah, as long as we're gonna be here with each other.

Yeah, based on real thing, it's not about, we weren't a contrived a group, we weren't a group that was made by some manager guy that sort of putting together, a bunch to do to sing harmony . We put ourselves together, and ,and it's just like molly said it's the music and the love with music that we mutually have. And that's the tide of bonds.

I have to ask, coz you are working with Rendi Jackson, American idol fame, who's also a Grammy winning producer, tell, tell me how, what was that like.

Well, it was a great experience for all of us. I mean, we've know Rendi for years, but we never really had a chance to work with him, in this type of fashion. And when we came with the idea for the album, we weren't sure how we wanna produce the actual music side of it. But we came up with an idea to produce it all live, all live instruments which was a great thing for us. And the list of producers that we had, a kind of got narrowed down when we went that direction. And Rendi was the one who seemed to best fit the bill for what we were trying to do. And he is a great guy, i mean, he is a good dude, he's very insightful, he is very honest. And he is one of those guys that you can bounce a lot of ideas off , he's gave you some honest opinion. It was just a great relaxed atmosphere and it was nothing rushed ,we didn't have to ,you know, we didn't have our backs up against the war for time, whatever. We are just went in, tried to follow into the characters of the songs that we were singging. It was just a great atmosphere altogether.


And it comes soon with the album. And u know i cant let you go without asking for a little sample.
Can you sing me l little_ ,ok?
We are gonna give you a little sample. We actually ,we did one of our songs on the album "end of the road". We did an a cappella with our good friend Brian Mcknight ,he helped this out on the production on that part. So we are gonna give you just a little, little sneak peek.
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Grammy winning group is considered what is the most successful R&B group of all time, selling an estimated, get this 60 million records. They’ve dominated the charts with their classic Motown hits. And now, the boys are back. We’re so thrilled to be joined by Boys II Men today as well as their brand new album “Motown, A Journey through / Hitsville USA”. Thanks so much for being here.

Hello. Good to be here. * to be here. Yes, it is. Yes, it is.

So the album, it sounds fantastic, tell me about it coz it’s the classic? Why did you guys decide to do that?

Well, it was an idea that came to our management by actually a group of guys, who were thinking about doing something like this, David Sumonie anda couple of other people. They actually came to management and said, “you know what the guys’ll be interested in?’ When they came to us with the idea, we were like “Oh, it sounds like something that’ll be very very interesting to do kind of a nostalgia, because we started all from Motown”. So, you know, now being back on Universal \ after taking a high recordly wistful many being independent. We came back to Universal, and now we’re doing / Motown songs. So it’s like a full-circle-type thing.

It’s great you guys coz you have been two decades in the business. So you have the ability to say, no, not good time. We can wait. And how have you guys, you know, stayed together, and they seem to get along, do you really behind the scene?

Absolutely we get along, I mean just like any brotherhood or any family type or into situation, you know. We have ups and downs, we have problems you know, a little secrecies there, we, you know kind of like Shawn, this guy is bugging right now. But in our actuality you know we love each other, we’re bothers. And the beautiful thing about it is the music that made us love each other. As long as the music is here, as long as we don’t be able to leave with each other.

Yes, it’s based on the real thing. It’s not about we wanna a contrived group, we want a group that was made by some manager guy that sort of putting together a bunch of dudes that sing harmony, we put ourselves together. And it’s just like Wanya said it’s the music, we love the music that we mutually have, and that’s the tie that binds.

And I have to ask coz you’re working with Randy Jackson, an American Idol fan who’s also a Grammy winning producer. Tell me what was that like?

Well it was a great experience for all of us. We’ve known Randy for years, but we never have a chance to work with him, in this type of fashion. And when we came over with the idea for the album, we weren’t sure how we want to produce the actual music inside of it. But we came over with the idea to produce it all live, all live \ which is a great thing for us. And the listed producers we had kind of got narrowed down \ when we went that direction. Randy was the one who seemed to best for build for what we try to do. And he is just a great guy, I mean, he is a good dude, very insightful and he is very honest, and he is one of those guys you can bounce lots of ideas of. He’ll soon give you honest opinions. It was just a great relaxed atmosphere and nothing rush, we didn’t have to… you know we didn’t have our back against the wall for time or whatever.\ We just went in, tried to follow the characters of the songs \ we were singing. It was just a great atmosphere altogether

Alright, and it comes through the album. You know I can’t let you go without asking for a little sample. Can you sing a little, ok?

We’re gonna give a little sample, we actually re-did one of our old songs on the album, “End of the Road”. We did add a pallor with our good friend Brain, he helps me on the production on that part. So we just give you a little snippet.

(All singing…)

Oh, fantastic, that is a talent right there. Thank you guys have so much touch to have you here. Thank you so much.

Definitely.
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Grammy winning group is considered one of the most successful R&B groups of all time, selling an estimated, get this, 60 million records. They’ve dominated the charts with their classic Motown hits. And now, the boys are back. We’re so thrilled to be joined by Boys II Men today as they unveil their brand new album “Motown, A Journey through Hyattsville USA”.
Thanks so much for being here.
Hello... Good to be here. Pleasure to be here. Yes, it is. Yes, it is.

So the album is, it sounds fantastic, tell me about it coz it’s the classic? Why did you guys decide to do that?

Well, it was an idea that came to our management by actually a group of guys, who were thinking about doing something like, there's Dave Salmonia, and a couple of other people. They actually came to management and said “You know what the guy would be interested in it. When they came to us with the idea, we were like “Oh, it sounds like something that will be very, very interesting to do, kind of nostalgic, because we started off on Motown”. So, you know, now being back on Universal after taking a behind hade from record labels for a minute, and being independent. We came back to Universal, and now we’re doing Motown songs. So it’s like a full-circle-type thing.

It’s great that you guys coz you all have been here for two decades in the business. So you have the ability to say, no, it's not the time. We should wait. (Yeah, yeah, that's it) And have you guys, you know, stayed together, and you, they seem to get along, but do you really behind the scenes?

Absolutely we get along, I mean just like any brotherhood or any family type-oriented situation, you know. We have our ups and downs, we have our problems you know, a little, you know, and there're secrecies that we, you know kind of like showing off, oh, this guy is just bugging right now. But you know in actuality, you know we love each other, we’re bothers. And the beautiful thing about it is music made us love each other. And as long as the music is here, as long as we’re gonna be here with each other.

Yes, it's based on real thing, it is not about, we weren't a contrived group, and we weren't a group that was made by some manager guy that sort of putting together, a bunch of dudes to sing harmony. We put ourselves together. And it’s just like Wanya say it’s the music, and the love with music that we mutually have, and that’s the tide of bonds.

Alright, and I have to ask coz you’re working with Randy Jackson, American idol fame, who's also a Grammy winning producer. Tell me, how, what was that like?

Well it was a great experience for all of us. I mean we’ve known Randy for years, but we never really had a chance to work with him, in this type of fashion. And when we came up with the idea for the album, we weren't sure how we were gonna produce the actual music side of it. But we came up with an idea to produce it all-live. All-live instruments which was a great thing for us. And the list of producers that we had, kind of got narrowed down when we went that direction. And Randy was the one who seemed to best fit the bill for what we were trying to do. And he is just a great guy, man, I mean, he is a good dude, he's very insightful, he is very honest, and he is one of those guys just you can bounce a lot of ideas off, he's gonna give you some honest opinion. It was just a, it was just a great relaxed atmosphere, there was nothing rush, for we didn’t have to, you know we didn’t have our backs up against the wall for time or whatever we just went in, tried to follow into the characters of the songs that we were singing. And it was just a great atmosphere altogether.

Alright, and it comes throughout the album. You know I can’t let you go without asking for a little sample. Can you sing me a little focus, ok?

We’re gonna give you a little sample; we actually re-did one of our own songs on the album, “End of the Road”. We did an acappella with our good friend Brian Mcknight, he helped this out on the production on that part. So we are gonna give you just a little, little sneak peek. Ok.

(All singing…)

Oh, fantastic, that is ballad right there. Thank you guys so much, it's such a fun to have you here. Thank you so much.

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Grammy winning group is considered one of most successful R&B group of all time,selling an estimated ,get this 60 million records,they 're dominated the charts with their classical motown hits and now the boys are back.We are thrilled to be joined by boys II men as they unveil their brand new album today --motown :a journey to hitsville USA,thanks so much for being here!
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So the album is sound fatastic ,tell me about it, coz it's classic,why did you guys decide to do that?
well it was an idea that came to management by acturally a group of guys who were think about doing something like this , David Mony and a couple of other people.They actrually came into the management and said you know would the guys be interested in,when they came through the idea we were like to do ,this songs were like to be very interested to do,kinda nostalgic ,because we started off on motown, and now being back on Universal after a take of a behind hades from record labels for a minute and being independence, we came back to Universal,and now we are doing motown songs ,so it's like a full- cycle- type thing.
It's crazy you guys coz you haven't been in two decates ,in the bussiness,so you have the ability to say no,not the time,would you wait?And have you guys,you know,stay together,they seem to get along,but were you really behind the scenes?
Absolutly we get along,I mean, just like any brotherhood or just like any family type-oriented situation we have ups and downs, we have our problems,you know,a little secrecies that we,you know kinda like showing off ,this guys is bugging right now,you know in actuality ,we love each other,we are brothers,and the beautiful thing is music made us love each other,as long as music is here, as long as we gonna be here with each other.It's based on real thing,is not about we want to contrive a group that was made by some manager guy that thought of putting together and bonch dudes sing harmony,we put ourselves together,It's just like Wanya said that music ,that the love of music that we muturally have ,and that's the tides of bonds.
Alright .And I have to ask coz you guys work with Randy Jackson,an American idol fame and also Grammy winning producer,tell me, how was that like ?It was a great experience all of us and we,ve known Randy for years but we never had the chance to work with him,and in this type of fasion,and when we come with the idea for the album to show how we want to produce the actural music side of it.But we came with the idea to produce it all live,and all live is something that is greatest thing for us ,and the at list produce we had kinda got narrow down when we went to that direction that Randy was the one who seems the best one for the album we try to do ,and he is a great guym,man ,I mean,he is a good dude, and very insightful,and he is very honest,he was one of those guys you can bounce a lot of ideas of ,and he gives you the honestest opinion,It was a great relaxed atomersphere and nothing rushed,you know we don't have our backs up against the wall for time ,whatever ,we just went in, tried to follow into the characters of the song we were singing,and it was just great atomersphere altogether, and come throughout with the album.you know,I can't let you go without asking for a little sample ,we're gonna give you a little sample,we actually re-did one of our own songs on the album end of the road,we did acpeller with other good friend Brain Mcknight, he helped us on the production on that part.So we're gonna give you a sneak peek.
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It's fantasitic,that is a talent right there .thank you guys so much .It's such a fun for having you here.



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