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‘I Got Chills’: Boys II Men’s Wanyá Morris’ Children Blow People Away by Singing Brandy’s ‘Brokenhearted’

WanMor, the group that consists of Boyz II Men‘s Wanyá Morris‘ four sons, blew up the internet with a video tweeted on April 5.

The group — with its name stemming from Morris — sang a rendition of Brandy‘s 1995 song “Brokenhearted.” Morris appears on the remix version of that song, and he’s in the video as well.

Wanyá Morris’ children went viral after singing Brandy’s song “Brokenhearted.” (Photo: Gilbert Carrasquillo/Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images)

In the clip, WanMor sings the cut with help from their two sisters. Four of the children sing solo parts, including both girls, while they all provide smooth harmonies, reminiscent of their father’s famous group.

After the video went viral, people said they couldn’t believe the kids were so talented and sounded so seasoned for their young age.

“OH MY GOD! I Got chillssss!” someone tweeted. “I just love how they study their dad’s adlibs, runs and riffs. These kids are super talented!”

“OMG!! They are so good,” another person wrote. “I’ve seen the boys sing. But I didn’t know he has daughters. The young man who sang the second verse is little Wanya.”

“Tears! Soooo beautiful!!!” someone else tweeted. “Omg they did that! I always loved this song. Where is there Cashapp?! They are beautiful and so talented. This really made my day.”

WanMor consists of Wanyá II, who also goes by “Big Boy,” Wanyá III, otherwise known as “Chulo,” Wanyá IV, also known as “Tyvas” and Wanyá V, who’s nickname is “Rocco.”

The group has already appeared on shows like “Little Big Shots,” “America’s Most Musical Family” on Nickelodeon and “America’s Got Talent.”

Last year, the four boys spoke with Philadelphia’s Power 99 after they performed at the station’s “Peace on the Streets” event and explained how they became a group.

“We started singing at each other’s birthday parties, and everybody thought it was hot, what we were singing and what we were doing,” explained Big Boy. “So our mom was like, ‘You should become a group,’ and we did it.”

The quartet was then asked what it’s like having such a successful father train them.

“Dad’s out there doing his work, so it’s mostly our mother,” Big Boy explained. “She’s the one that’s influencing us and pushing us.”

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