*Motownphilly is most definitely back again. EntertainmentWeekly.com premiered the first taste from Philly R&B trailblazers Boyz II Men’s new CD release, Twenty.

Bolstered by production and guest vocals from Gap Band legend Charlie Wilson, the vintage soul of “More Than You’ll Ever Know” is a confident standout on the new release.

Now the song has been added to iTunes. Sample it at the link below.

To LISTEN To Boyz II Men’s “More Than You’ll Ever Know (Feat. Charlie Wilson)” from Twenty, click HERE.

Buy “More Than You’ll Ever Know (Feat. Charlie Wilson)” here at iTunes.

Of course, a digital single isn’t all fans can snag at iTunes. Late last month, The Boyz launched their own Mobile App for iPhone and Android devices. The app creates a network for the group’s over 60 million fans to be the first to hear about new music, videos and concerts. Features include live broadcasts from Boyz II Men, music videos, social media feeds, giveaways and much more. The Boyz II Men App also provides a medium for their fans all over the world –whom they’ve affectionately dubbed (S.O.L.) “Soldierz of Love” — to connect with each other, discuss music and plan trips to concerts through the Boyz II Men user profile.

Get The Boyz II Men App HERE.

The fittingly-titled Twenty is a celebration of a band reclaiming its stride exactly two decades into one of the most fruitful careers in R&B history, which has led to their upcoming installation of a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The double album, due October 25th, features eight new songs and twelve updated versions of Boyz II Men classics. Following on the heels of their successful covers releases A Journey Through Hitsville USA and Love, Twenty will mark the release of the group’s first new material in over 10 years. To celebrate their return, the trio of Wanya Morris, Shawn Stockman and Nathan Morris called on a veritable who’s who of R&B production — Babyface, Teddy Riley, Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis, Dallas Austin, and more. The result won’t be available in full until October 25th, but for the time being the Charlie Wilson-assisted “More Than You’ll Ever Know” will surely whet appetites.

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