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Boyz II Men announce new album 'Twenty'

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Boyz II Men in concert, Nice, France

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Boyz II Men have revealed plans to release a new album later this year.

The group will celebrate their 20th anniversary with the release of a new LP titled Twenty on October 24 in the UK and October 25 in the US.

The record will contain 20 tracks over two discs including ten new songs and ten re-recorded and updated versions of the boyband's famous hits including 'End of the Road' and 'I'll Make Love to You'.

"We started with a pure love for music, so to be here 20 years later still doing what we love has been a pure blessing," bandmember Wanya Morris explained.

Shawn Stockman continued: "From day one our fans have been amazing, they've seen us grow, so we owe all our success to their continued support."

Nathan Morris added: "We are excited to be in the studio again with the guys who have been a part of some of our biggest hits to date, it's a really good feeling."

The album's new material will be the group's first in ten years. The trio have worked with a number of high-profile producers on the LP including Babyface (Beyoncé), Rob Knox (Justin Timberlake) and Julian Bunetta (Leona Lewis).

Boyz II Men have sold over 60 million albums worldwide to date, making them one of the most successful R&B groups in music history.

The act have continued as a three-piece following the departure of their former bass singer Michael McCary in 2003.

Watch the music video for Boyz II Men's classic hit 'End of the Road' below:

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