All of these songs did not appear on
Cooleyhighharmony (both versions), Christmas
Interpretations, II,The Remix Collection,Evolution, and Nathan Michael Shawn Wanya. All of Boyz II Men or one or more members of Boyz II Men appear in each one of these songs. I have the lyrics to some of the songs. If a song is underlined and blue, you can see the lyrics to the song just by clicking on the song. Also, many of these songs can be found on Napster.
Jungle Fever Soundtrack: Boyz II Men sing in the
background with Stevie Wonder on "Jungle Fever."
Coolin' at the Playground, Ya Know! by Another Bad Creation: Boyz II Men sing in the background on "Little Soldiers," "Playground," "Iesha," "That's My Girl," (Nate co-wrote that song) and "Jealous Girl."
Lovers Lane by M.C. Brains: Boyz II Men sing in the
background on "Brainstorming" (Nate and Shawn co-produced),
"Boyz II Men" (The Sequel) (Nate and Shawn co-wrote), and
"Brains Goin' Cra-ze."
A Very Special Christmas 2: Boyz II Men sing the
"Birth of Christ," (written by Shawn and Nate).
It Ain't What U Wear, It's How U Play It by Another Bad Creation: Nate and Shawn wrote and produced "Show Me the Way" and Wanya wrote, produced, and sang in the background on "One More Try." (Thanks to Tina!)
Provocative by Johnny Gill: Boyz II Men sing in the background to "I Got You" (Nate, Shawn, and Wanya wrote).
Just Between Us by Norman Brown: Boyz II Men sing background vocals along with Stevie Wonder on a song called "Too High." (Thanks to Travis)
It's Long Overdue by Keith Martin: Mike sings in the background and co-wrote "One Mile From Paradise." (Thanks to Chris!)
Jason's Lyric by Various Artists: Boyz II Men
particpate in the song "U Will Know" performed by various male
"Fallin'" by Boyz II Men: Brian McKnight wrote this
song, and it appears on the internationally released version of II and the single for "Thank You."
History by Michael Jackson: Boyz II Men sing in the
background for the song, "History."
Inner City Blues, the Music of Marvin Gaye by various artists: Boyz II Men sing, "Let's Get It On."
NFL Jams by Various Artists: Boyz II Men wrote and co-produced "Work It Out" with Troy Taylor, Charles Farrar, and N. Mack. They sang "Work It Out" with Garrison Heast from the San Francisco 49ers and Nafis.
Bethelaham by Brian McKnight: Boyz II Men & Brian McKnight made a new version of "Let it Snow '98" for 1998. It was written by Wanya & Brian McKnight.
The Prince of Egypt Motion Picture Soundtrack & Inspirational Version both by various artists: On the Motion Picture soundtrack, the a capella version of "I Will Get There" (written by Diane Warren), and a song by various artists called "Humanity" which Boyz II Men appears in. On the Inspirational version, the original version of "I Will Get There" is on it.
The Down in the Delta Soundtrack by various artists. Shawn makes another solo song, "Just a Little Luv," written and produced by Shawn.
Tim Rice & Elton John's Aida Soundtrack by various artists: Tim Rice wrote, Elton John played the music, Boyz II Men produced and sang "Not Me."
Destiny by Myron: Shawn co-wrote, produced, sang in the background, co-mixed the track, and played all the instruments to "Give My All to You." (Thanks to Travis)
The Hurricane Soundtrack by Various Artists: Clark and Summer Anderson wrote and Boyz II Men sing the song "So Amazing."
The Nutty Professor Soundtrack: The Klumps by Various Artists: I have no clue who wrote this song. It actually never appeared on the The Nutty Professor Soundtrack: The Klumps, it was a bonus track. Boyz II Men sing the song "Everything is You"
Nathan Michael Shawn Wanya by Boyz II Men: There were many bonus tracks and import tracks on Nathan Michael Shawn Wanya and they are: "Marry Me," "Rose and a Honeycomb," "I Miss You," and "Darlin'." All of these songs should be easy to find on Napster.
"Thank You in Advance" single: "Leaders of the Pack" (bonus track). Boyz II Men wrote the song and co-produced it with MAS-PD.
Disappearing Acts (HBO movie): Shawn's third solo song, "Head Over Heels." Shawn wrote the song.
Kingdom Come Soundtrack: Shawn's fourth solo song, "Stand." He wrote and produced the song.