‘Boyz II Men’ Start 36-Stop Tour – This Band Started Justin Bieber Roots

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The boy band “Boyz II Men” grew up and set out to celebrate their 20th anniversary with a 36-stop tour across the US. They’ll be on the road from February until August. They started their tour off with a concert at Carnegie Hall in NYC this week. This is the band that Justin calls his idols and the teen crooner learned to perform while singing along with their music before he became the star he is today.

The boy band joined Bieber on a track for his “Under the Mistletoe” album last year and the teen pop star was ecstatic. He couldn’t believe that the singers he grew up idolizing joined him in a studio to make music together, according to Huliq. You can hear a slight “Boyz II Men” influence in Justin’s music, especially with his earlier stuff.

Justin’s like a kid in a candy shop when it comes to music. He enjoys learning and he’s been seen in the studio with several of the best musicians today. His recent infatuation with Hip-Hop music and with music makers like Usher, who has spent time with Justin on his music in the past, lets him soak up all the different sounds—some of the sounds he’s successfully incorporated into his music.

The group “Boyz II Men” brought songs to the music scene like, “I’ll Make Love to You,” “On Bended Knee,” and “End of the Road.” You can check their tour page for their concert stops here on the “Boyz II Men” website.

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