R&B Group WanMor hit the stage with music legends Stevie Wonder and Smokey Robinson during the 65th GRAMMY Awards on Sunday.
The brothers, who are made up of members Big Boy, Chulo, Tyvas, and Rocco, performed alongside Wonder and Robinson as they sang on 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”.
Stevie Wonder and Smokey Robinson gives a Mowtown tribute at the #GRAMMYs pic.twitter.com/GjQGcEsSy5
— Leon Carrington (@LeonCarrington) February 6, 2023
Wanmor, who are the sons of Wanyá Morris of Boyz II Men, had a great time at the event and even had photo-ops with Beyonce, Jay-z, Lizzo, to name a few. “ABOUT LAST NIGHT!!! Thank you for making this the BEST NIGHT EVER!! They captioned of all their photo-ops.
ABOUT LAST NIGHT!!! 🤯🤯🤯
Thank you for making this the BEST NIGHT EVER!!🏆🤩🤩🤩 (3/3) pic.twitter.com/c7k4ytmpwT
— WanMor (@WanMorOfficial) February 6, 2023
The four boys are the first artists to be signed to Mary J. Blige’s new label, Beautiful Life Productions, and 300 Entertainment. In a press statement, Mary shared why she signed the group to her label.
“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 to 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.”
Wanmor has not wasted anytime with getting new music out to the public. So far, they have released two singles, “Every Pretty Girl in the City” and “Mine”.