R&B group WanMor is keeping the talent in the family! WanMor members are the sons of Boyz II Men’s. They hit the Grammys stage on Sunday night with music legends Stevie Wonder and Smokey Robinson for an electrifying Motown tribute. The boys, Big Boy, Chulo, Tyvas, and Rocco – who all share their father’s first and last name, sang alongside Wonder and Robinson to perform The Temptations’ “The Way You Do the Things You Do” and Smokey and The Miracles’ song “Tears of a Clown.”
Last year, the quartet were the first artists to be signed to Mary J. Blige’s new label, Beautiful Life Productions in partnership with 300 Entertainment.
“There’s been so much conversation about the state of R&B and the next generation of R&B artists. This generation has been giving us great R&B, and that feeling, that soul, and that sound remains in our DNA,” Blige shared with VIBE Magazine. “When we heard WanMor sing, we knew we could stop looking. They are IT! Supporting and cultivating true R&B talent is why I started Beautiful Life Productions, and I couldn’t be more proud to do this with these young men.”
In addition to their captivating performance, WanMor rubbed elbows with some of the brightest in the entertainment industry. From Beyoncé and Jay-Z, to Lil Uzi Vert, DJ Khaled and HER, to name a few, the brothers made sure to document their experience.
The brothers, excited to meet the music industry’s luminaries and legends, captioned the photos, “ABOUT LAST NIGHT!!!🤯🤯🤯🤯 Thank you all for making this the BEST NIGHT EVER!!🏆🤩🤩🤩.”
Based on the audience and public reception of their Grammys performance, the group is ready to carry the musician torch from their father. The eldest Wanya Morris shared video of the boys on stage in his Instagram Stories saying, “So proud” and “My boys!”