Boys II Men, the most successful R&B band of all time, took to the stage as the BVI Music Festival concluded with an incredible finale.
The group which has sold over 60 million recordings, is celebrating twenty years in the music business and during their performance, reminded the audience of the legacy Boyz II Men has built. An hour long performance proved that the three member group that includes Nathan Morris, Shawn Stockman and Wanya Morris had not lost their touch and connection with their fans, both male and female alike.
The group who found fame with Motown Records in the 1990s, spoke highly of Motown music which they believe has the most influential music on the planet. In the 1990s, the quartet won four Grammy Awards and in 2009 the trio was nominated for two Grammies.
Following the event on Sunday night, President of the BVI Music Festival Cane Garden Bay Ltd, Daniel ‘Pops’ Cline thanked everyone for supporting the event and he was very happy that they had a good time. He said the committee were elated. Cline also thanked Producer for the event, Neil Blyden of Neil Blyden and Associates who he said made it all possible. Neil Blyden promised the audience that bigger acts will be coming to the BVI. ‘If you think that this is big just wait,this is the kind of entertainment you will see in the BVI from now on, more and more internationally famous acts to come,’ he said.