The single "Get a Life", which featured Lewis on lead vocals, charted at number 3 on the UK Singles chart.
The song also sold over 60 thousand copies in the United Kingdom.
The group managed to tour for a brief time throughout 1993.
In November 1993, the group released their greatest hits album Volume IV The Classic Singles 88–93.
The song only charted at number 63 on the UK Singles Chart, which failed to create a huge buzz for the group.
Their follow-up single "Feel Free", which featured Doreen on lead vocals also failed to make a huge buzz as it only charted at number 64.
With a new official lineup, the group released their second album Vol.
II: 1990 – A New Decade, which peaked at number 1 on the UK Albums Chart.
During recording sessions, Jazzie B recruited guest singers Richie Stephens, Kofi, Penny Ford, Rick Clarke, along with the re-addition of Caron Wheeler to record on the album.
In late 1989, Waddell and Windross departed from the group.
Marcia Lewis, a cousin of Jazzie B, joined the group.
In April 1992, Soul II Soul released their third album Volume III Just Right.
The album's lead single "Joy" performed by Stephens achieved major success on the charts.
The album's second single "A Dream's a Dream", which features Victoria Wilson James on lead vocals, performed success on the chart.