By Ariana Bacle
March 05, 2017 at 02:15 PM EST

Tommy Page, a musician best known for hit ’90s song “I’ll Be Your Everything,” has died, Billboard reports. He was 46.

Page notably toured with New Kids on the Block in the ’80s and later collaborated with some of the boy band’s members for 1990’s “I’ll Be Your Everything”: Jordan Knight and Danny Wood co-wrote the track, which went on to peak at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100.

Both Knight and Wood paid tribute to Page on Twitter after news of his death broke. “So sad to hear about this,” Knight wrote. “My deepest condolences to his family and loved ones.”

Page’s “A Shoulder to Cry On” and “When I Dream of You” also made it onto the Hot 100, where they peaked at No. 29 and No. 42, respectively.

In more recent years, he worked on the business side of the music world at Warner Bros./Reprise Records, Pandora, Cumulus Media, and The Village Voice. He also served as Billboard‘s publisher from 2011 to 2013.

“Ever since childhood, I’ve had big aspirations for my music career,” Page previously told Billboard. “In the inscription below my senior picture in my high school yearbook, I actually wrote ‘Billboard charts, here I come!’ — a hopeful pipe dream from an ordinary Jersey kid.”

Other members of NKOTB — including Donnie Wahlberg, who co-produced “I’ll Be Your Everything” — have also paid tribute to Page on social media, along with musicians like Josh Groban and Full House star Andrea Barber. See their reactions below.