Brett Young has teamed up with Boyz II Men for his CMT Crossroads special that will air on the 27th of March.
CMT Crossroads is an American television program that is broadcasted on CMT that meshes together country music artists and other musicians from other music genres. Sometimes, the format goes from trading off performances. Other times, they would perform duets together.
It debuted on the 13th of January, 2002 with new wave artist Elvis Costello and rock, folk, and blues musician Lucinda Williams. Since then, it has delivered with multiple memorable pairings, including Ray Charles and Travis Tritt; Kelly Clarkson and Reba McEntire; Def Leppard and Taylor Swift; Sting and Vince Gil; John Mayer and Keith Urban; Alicia Keys and Maren Morris; Smokey Robinson and Cam; and many more.
Brett Young and Boyz II Men
For the next installment of CMT Crossroads, the Grammy-winning RnB group Boyz II Men will be paired off with a multi-platinum selling artist Brett Young.
Since his debut in 2016, Brett has scored multiple number one hits, which include “Like I Love You,” “Mercy,” and “In Case You Didn’t Know.”He has released his sophomore album, Ticket to L.A, in December 2018.
Boyz II Men cemented their place as one of the most iconic RnB groups in all of music history. In their lengthy career, they have redefined RnB and have created timeless hits that appeal across time and across generations.
Young tweeted about his enthusiasm with the boys after the announcement has been made:
“These dudes are LEGENDS! Let’s go!”
And Boyz II Men replied to Young’s praise via their Instagram account in the most humble ways possible:
“We just landed ….on our way homie ….y’all got food ?? Need to eat ! Lol.”
The hour-long show premieres on Wednesday, the 27th of March at 10 PM ET/PT and would feature artists that collaborate on each other’s hits.