Mary J. Blige Songs

  • Follow
    As she's shown by linking up with younger up-and-comers and performing as a surprise headliner at The Fader's trendy CMJ showcase, Mary J. Blige is anything but irrelevant 22 years after she dropped her debut album. Along with Sam Smith and Emeli Sande, another one of the big-name Brit artists collaborating with Blige on her upcoming London Sessions project is Disclosure, the brotherly duo responsible for one of last year's best electronic albums. 
  • Not Loving You
    Not Loving You
    Mary J. Blige is back in a big way with her new The London Sessions album. Following four VERY HOTTTTT-certified records featuring the likes of Sam Smith and Disclosure, the queen is back with "Not Loving You." A minimalist track that emphasises Mary's powerful vocals, this one will likely have a hard time fitting in with the EDM-influenced sound of today's top forty stations--a fact that real R&B fans should be more than grateful for.
  • When You're Gone
    When You're Gone
    It sounds like Mary J. Blige is coming back for her title as the "Queen of R&B" with this new The London Sessions album. Featuring input from the likes of Sam Smith, Disclosure, Emeli Sande, and producers Jimmy Napes, Naughty Boy, Sam Romans and MJ Cole, the project has earned nothing but acclaim from our readers since the first song debuted back in September.
  • Nobody But You
    Nobody But You
    Wow, Mary J. Blige is really going for the "no half measures" approach to her new album, The London Sessions. Immersing herself in the UK capitol's music scene, the veteran R&B singer recruited names such as dance duo Disclosure, pop singer Sam Smith, R&B star Emeli Sande, and producers Jimmy Napes, Naughty Boy, Sam Romans and MJ Cole for the upcoming project. On the album's latest track, "Nobody," Blige nabs Sam Smith and MJ COle for the collab.
  • Therapy
    Mary J. Blige was a guest on The Breakfast Club the other day, where she spoke on recording her new album The London Sessions in, you guessed it, London. It sounds as though the entire experience she had in London was therapeutic. Following up her new single "Whole Damn Year" which we just heard yesterday, Mary is back with the soulful "Therapy." The record comes for free when you pre-order The London Sessions via iTunes.
  • Whole Damn Year
    Whole Damn Year
    Mary J. Blige steps away the upbeat music that populated the majority of her Think Like A Man Too soundtrack and returns to heartfelt R&B on "Whole Damn Year." The first official single from The London Sessions, the track finds Mary pouring her heart out after a rough break-up. 
  • Right Now
    Right Now
    Disclosure has proven their ability to craft a hit with British soulman Sam Smith, so linking up with R&B legend Mary J. Blige seemed like a good match for the UK production duo. The two acts first came together at the top of the year for "F For You", and with the announcement of Mary's new record, Mary J. Blige: The London Sessions it seems we'll be getting plenty more where that came from.
  • All Fun & Games
    All Fun & Games
    Mary J. Blige surprised many when she announced she would be contributing 14 original songs to the Think Like A Man Too soundtrack. She's already shared plenty of songs from the soundtrack-- one almost every day, in fact --and today is no exception. "All Fun & Games" is the latest offering from Blige, which is a slow-building, mid-tempo number. It sits comfortably between balladry and danceable territory, which may be Mary's strongest suit.
  • Kiss & Make Up
    Kiss & Make Up
    Mary J. Blige has been dropping new records consistently this week. The singer contributed four new tracks to the Think Like A mAn Too soundtrack, and today has shared the latest of the bunch. "Kiss And Make Up" is a mid-tempo pop jam, which has a modern feel while still feling like a classic Mary joint (though the trappy drum-rolls are a bit much). If you're looking for some of her other recent tracks, look no further than "Propose" which dropped just yesterday.
  • Propose
    Mary J. Blige BEEN dropping music this week. So far every day this week we've received a new cut from the OG r'n'b singer, all of which live on the upcoming soundtrack for the film "Think Like A Man Too." 
  • Vegas Nights
    Vegas Nights
    Mary J. Blige is basically handling the entire movie soundtrack for the upcoming "Think Like A Man Too" film, thus almost making it a new LP for the r'n'b singer. We've received three original records thus far, including one yesterday titled "See That Boy Again" featuring Pharrell. The latest release from the film's soundtrack is "Vegas Nights" featuring the Radio Killa himself, The-Dream.  How's the collaboration sound? 
  • See That Boy Again
    See That Boy Again
    Mary J. Blige is heavily involved in the music for the upcoming sequel "Think Like A Man Too," starring Kevin Hart, Gabrielle Union and more. After hearing her record "A Night To Remember" off the soundtrack, she returns today with another soundtrack cut, this time enlisting Pharrell for a feature on the jazzy number "See That Boy Again."
  • A Night to Remember
    A Night to Remember
    Mary J. Blige may just be the film industry's favorite R&B diva. On top of appearing as herself in HBO's industry-based series Entourage, Blige has contributed to more than 50 soundtracks over the course of her 15 year career. What makes Think Like a Man Too special, however, isn't that Blige recorded a track for the soundtrack.
  • Suitcase
    While things have been quiet for Mary J. Blige since the release of her Christmas album last year, the veteran songstress is finally ready to share some new music with us today. With her bags packed and ready to leave, Mary delivers this breakup record titled “Suitcase”, which is very relatable song for anyone that has been through a rocky relationship. Not the most uplifting record for the summer months, but a very necessary one at that. Check it out.
  • It's A Wrap
    It's A Wrap
    Mariah Carey is in full album mode for Me. I Am Mariah...The Elusive Chanteuse. She kicked things off in a new direction following a decision not to use the previous album, The Art Of Letting Go, with the track "Thirsty" featuring Rich Homie Quan. Today she takes things back to her roots with fellow female r'n'b singer by her side, Mary J. Blige. The track was actually recorded in 2010 but never officially released until now.
  • Crowned The Greatest
    Crowned The Greatest
    "Crowned The Greatest" is a standout cut from New Rochelle, New York artist Corason The Great's new Privileged Struggle mixtape, hosted by DJ Suss One and Mary J. Blige.  Fellow New York emcee Jadakiss assists. How's the chemistry here? Quotable Lyrics
  • Rise Up Shepherd And Follow
    Rise Up Shepherd And Follow
    Stream Rise Up Shepherd And Follow, the newest drop from Mary J. Blige which features Nas. The cut was released on Thursday, October 31st, 2013. Things are looking better for Mary J. Blige with each new release, which Rise Up Shepherd And Follow has proven yet again. It's worthy addition to the impressive body of work Mary J. Blige has been developing over the years. We're looking forward to hearing what's next.
  • This Christmas
    This Christmas
    Listen to This Christmas, the latest track from Mary J. Blige. The cut dropped on Thursday, September 19th, 2013. Mary J. Blige's future brightens with every new release, and This Christmas certainly isn't an exception. It's a fitting addition to a solid catalogue that Mary J. Blige has been developing since stepping foot in the game. We're excited to hear more.
  • Everyday People
    Everyday People
    Listen to Everyday People, the latest track from Mary J. Blige. The cut dropped on Thursday, September 27th, 2012. Mary J. Blige's future brightens with every new release, and Everyday People certainly isn't an exception. It's a fitting addition to a solid catalogue that Mary J. Blige has been developing since stepping foot in the game. We're excited to hear more.
  • Reach Out (CDQ)
    Reach Out (CDQ)
    Bump Reach Out (CDQ), the latest cut from Nas which features Mary J. Blige on the assist. It dropped on Thursday, July 5th, 2012. Nas's horizons are broadening with each new release, and Reach Out (CDQ) is no exception. It's a worthy addition to a catalogue that has seen much growth since Nas stepped foot in the rap game. We're looking forward to hearing more. Have you heard Nas's Bye Baby? If you're down, make sure to visit Nas's profile page for the newest info, news, songs, and mixtapes.