Boyz II Men Teams Up With Brett Young For ‘CMT Crossroads’ Performance

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Feb. 27 2019, Published 8:17 p.m. ET

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Boyz II Men and Brett Young are going to mix their very different music styles in a special performance. The R&B group and country star will appear in Country Music Television's show Crossroads together. Keep reading for more details.

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The group and Brett will collaborate on each other's most popular songs for the special.

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The country crooner will lend his voice to the some of the trio's hits like, "End of The Road" and "I'll Make Love To You."

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He'll get help from the band, too. They'll sing his award-winning songs like "Here Tonight" with him.

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The one hour show will be filmed at Nashville's Grand Ole Opry and air on March 27.

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In previous episodes, the show has united talents like Backstreet Boys with Florida Georgia Line and Katy Perry with Kacey Musgraves.

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What do you think about Boyz II Men performing country music? Let us know in the comments.


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