Boyz II Men are heading back to the UK stage for a three-date tour in December.
The US vocal harmony group had hits with songs such as End Of The Road and I'll Make Love To You in the 90s and became the most successful RnB vocal group ever, selling 60 million albums worldwide.
Now they are planning to perform for British fans again, with dates at the O2 Academy Birmingham on December 4, IndigO2 on December 5 and Manchester's Albert Hall on December 7, the Daily Mirror has reported.
Boyz II Men's 11th studio album, Collide, is set to be released in September ahead of the tour.
They are one of only three acts ever to take the US Billboard chart's record for most weeks at number one from themselves - they achieved it first with End Of The Road which was number one for 13 weeks, then with I'll Make Love To You which held on for 14 weeks, and finally their collaboration with Mariah Carey One Sweet Day, which stayed at the top for 16 weeks.