Mary J Blige

Mary J Blige

Mary J. Blige is married to Kendu Isaacs.

Mary J. Blige, Blige was born on January 11, 1971 in the Bronx, grew up with his mother and sister to leave her father’s family on 4 years old. After the smallness of difficulties showed drug problems and left high school early. 17 years wandering in a shopping center in New York City, an impromptu way, songs sung in a field of Anita Baker’s “Caught Up In The Rapture” said the song and the song was recorded. Stepmother to listen to his father’s record label results Mary J Blige, was signed the first contract.

In 1992, it was time to check the project’s first album name Blige and Sean “Puffy” Combs. “What’s The 411?” It was successful and the album’s first single album with the name “You Remind Me”, reached number one on the list of hip-hop.

At the end of 1994, Mary J Blige’s 2nd album “My Life” was published. Puff Daddy was doing again, but this time produced the album and wrote songs as different as Mary J was taking place in the album. 1995, Mary J Blige was also a year in which many are interested in the project as well.

In 1997, “Share My World” album was released. As a result of conflicts of interest in this album disrupt their partnership with Mary J. Blige, Puff Daddy, Daddy album to compensate for the absence worked with a very famous producer. As a result, the number one album on the Billboard charts.

In 1999, the 4th album “Mary,” was proof that Blige’s developed his own sound and music. “Mary” in support of the album include Elton John, Bernie Taupin, there were big names such as Stevie Wonder and Lauryn Hill.

In 2001 the “No More Drama” in that place again guest artists Mary J. Blige, the first single from the album, “Family Affair” as well as a producer Dr. He worked with Dr. Dre and published by the singles in the list Blige became the first number one single.

In 2003, together with his P.Diddy “Love and Life” is number one album list disastrous game was also the first single and album sales went very badly with this single’l. This album was the most commercially unsuccessful album, Blige.

In 2005, Blige’s “Reminiscence” is named ‘greatest hits’ album is expected to release, “The Breakthrough” has 7 studio album was released. U2’s “One” song from beginning to review the group, Mary J. Blige, a sold more than 700,000 in the first week with this album.

In November 2006, “Reflections – A Retrospective” compilation album released in time Mary J. Blige, also has included four new songs on the album.

  1. Mary J Blige – Case Woodard
  2. Mary J Blige – K-Ci Hailey
  3. Mary J Blige – Nas
  4. Mary J Blige – Kendu Isaacs

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