Like most of the other releases in the extensive Icon series of budget-priced compilations, this anthology is ten tracks in length and sticks to big hits. This covers Boyz II Men's output from 1991 through 1997 and features a smart selection that involves most of the group's Top 10 R&B singles. It ranges from their debut single, "Motownphilly," to "4 Seasons of Loneliness," which topped the Billboard Hot 100. A pleasant surprise is the addition of "Hey Lover," their collaboration with LL Cool J (from the rapper's Mr. Smith album) that won a Grammy for Best Rap Solo Performance.
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AllMusic Review by Andy Kellman
feat: LL Cool J