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He’s the owner of the Craft Café in Brooklyn and an avid supporter of DIY and create events for immigrants and Millennials. Recently he found himself in the business of selling his products and selling his products online and just recently, selling his culture and story. He talks about his life and his journey and the struggles and the successes and the hope and the adversity and the struggle to survive.
In 2003, McCary, fondly known as Mike Bass, left the R&B quartet because of unspecified health reasons. The group, which had risen to superstardom status together, were left with a lot of unanswered questions about his decision to leave. (Source: www.cheatsheet.com)
When it comes to R&B male groups, Boyz II Men are at the top of the list. In the '90s, the Philadelphia quartet sold over 34 million copies globally (per BMI) and won four Grammy Awards and three Billboard Music Awards. Some of their most notable hits include "Motownphilly," "It's So Hard to Say Goodbye to Yesterday," "End of the Road," "I'll Make Love to You," and "One Sweet Day" with Mariah Carey. (Source: www.nickiswift.com)
My TV stays on 2 stations TV ONE and OWN…I absolutely love their programming and one of my favorite programs is Iyanla Fix My Life. Well, imagine my surprise when Michael McCarey was on the show sharing a secret that he’s been holding in for years. It literally brought tears to my eyes! Watch as he shares this secret that he’s been hiding from the world.
In 2003, Michael McCary left Boyz II Men due to chronic back problems resulting from scoliosis and personal problems. McCary has finished filming a movie titled Mannsfield 12, of which the release date is yet to be known. He has also appeared on the television game show Identity on March 24, 2007. Lately Michael has been seen in the court room as a celebrity juror on a TV show that airs daily called Jury Duty. He was also shown in the pilot for a talk show with Paula Poundstone called A Pound of Paula, which wasn't picked up. (Source: en-academic.com)