Nexus is the second and final studio album by English boyband Another Level, released on 13 September 1999 in the United Kingdom by Northwestside records. The album includes the theme from Notting Hill, "From the Heart", released by the band in May 1999. The album includes the singles "Summertime" and "Bomb Diggy", which became the band's final single. The album peaked at number 7 on the UK Singles Chart. A limited edition version of the album (limited to 10,000 copies) with a bonus disc was made available on the day of release.
Another Level were originally conceived by Nick Raphael and Christian Tattersfield for their new record label project, Northwestside Records, a BMG sub-label in the United Kingdom that had also signed Jay-Z's Roc-A-Fella Records unit in 1998. They felt there was a gap in the market for an interracial boyband. Raphael and Tattersfield asked future Epic A&R Jo Charrington to put the group together and then manage them. Charrington recruited the members by auditioning singers from the BRIT School and modelling agencies, with the band originally consisting of a fifth member, Michael Kempster, who left the band shortly after recruitment to pursue a solo career. Due to Northwestside's position as an urban marketed record label, a number of R&B and hip hop stars guested on Another Level's second album. TQ appears on the track "Summertime", while Blacksmith MC Fats appears on the track "What You Know Bout Me". Jay-Z had previously appeared on "Be Alone No More", and Ghostface Killah, previously appeared on the single version of "I Want You for Myself".