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.
Last fall, UK dance duo Disclosure released a brand new version of their track "F For You" that featured none other than Mary J. Blige. The R&B singer had recently taken the stage alongside the group at a show in NYC, and now it seems like their musical partnership will continue on.
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.
The Queen is back! Mary J. Blige just dished out a lot of new information about her upcoming album The London Sessions, which will be her first since 2011's My Life II...The Journey Continues (Act I). She already picked an easier title to say, so she's off to a great start.
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."
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.
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.
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.
"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?