New Kids On The Block With 98 Degrees, Boyz II Men
New Kids on the Block became a pioneering boy band that laid the groundwork for the teen pop boom of the late-'90s. During the New Kids' heyday, the group reportedly earned over one million dollars per week, and their string of hit singles--the bulk of which reinterpreted R&B-styled street music for a young female audience--made them one of the era's most successful acts. Following a botched attempt to rough up their clean-cut image with 1994's "Face the Music," however, the boys disbanded, only… Show more
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R&B vocal quartet, inspired by Motown and Philly, whose aching, tremulous harmonies lifted some of the biggest pop hits of the 1990s. ~ Rovi
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