It's hard to believe the legendary Boyz II Men released their debut album, 'Cooleyhighharmony,' 20 years ago. Signed to Motown, the Philly boys ushered in a new wave of melodic R&B that was a throwback to the '60s, but still fresh and original. With classic No. 1 hits like 'End of the Road,' 'I'll Make Love to You' and 'On Bended Knee,' Shawn Stockman, Michael McCary, Wanya Morris and Nate Morris would rule the '90s -- the four-time Grammy winners were named by Billboard magazine as the most successful musical group of the '90s.

In the video interview below, Shawn Stockman sits down to discuss the foursome's amazing history, the lack of good R&B groups today, a possible reunion with Michael McCary and that old school "beef" with Jodeci. For Boyz II Men, the end of the road might be a little further ahead.


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