Sons Of Boyz II Men’s Wanya Morris Perform At Grammys For Motown Medley With Stevie Wonder And Smokey Robinson
R&B Group WanMor, aka the sons of Boyz II Men‘s Wanya Morris, hit the Grammys stage with music legends Stevie Wonder and Smokey Robinson for an electrifying Motown tribute.
Big Boy, Chulo, Tyvas, and Rocco— who are the sons of R&B legend Wanya Morris of Boyz II Men — sang alongside Wonder and Robinson as they performed The Temptations’ “The Way You Do The Things You Do,” Smokey and The Miracles’ song “Tears Of A Clown,” as well as Wonder’s hit song “Higher Ground” with Chris Stapleton.
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Following the performance, many took to Twitter to share their reactions to WanMor participating in the incredible tribute.
They got Wanya Morris’ sons performing with Stevie Wonder at the Grammys. That’s the power of TikTok.
— Anders J. Hare (@andersjhare) February 6, 2023
These kids have such a bright future! Meet WanMor. The sons of R&B legend Wanya Morris of Boyz II Men. #Grammys pic.twitter.com/kHup3te0K3
— Makho Ndlovu (@makhondlovu) February 6, 2023
LOVE that the group WanMor backed legend Stevie Wonder – Big Boy, Chulo, Tyvas + Rocco are brothers AND the sons of Wanyá Morris of Boyz II Men! #Grammys2023 #Grammys
They’re the first signing to Mary J. Blige’s Beautiful Life Productions – @RatedRnB https://t.co/dOhsifkMoa
— #blkcreatives netwrk🏁 (@blkcreatives) February 6, 2023
Finding out Wanya Morris’ sons are on the stage singing with Stevie Wonder… 👏🏽 #Grammys
— Candace Cordelia (@CandaceCordelia) February 6, 2023
WanMor, who currently have more than 500,000 followers on TikTok, have been performing together for the past five years and have given performances on major stages across the nation, including Madison Square Garden and the Crypto.com Arena.
The four boys are the first artists to be signed to Mary J. Blige’s new label, Beautiful Life Productions, and 300 Entertainment, which she couldn’t be more excited about.
“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 expressed in a statement, per Vibe. “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.”