Mary J. Blige at FADER Fort at CMJ 2014 (more by Bao Nguyen) As discussed, Mary J. Blige is releasing her new album The London Sessions next week (12/2) via Capitol and it includes collaborations with British artists such as...
Our favorite voices of the '90s return with albums to remind us that soul still lives in R&B music. In "The London Sessions" Mary J. Blige teams up with London's hottest producers, writers and singers. Her roster includes Emeli Sandé and Sam Smith among other top names in London's music scene. Show More Summary
Three stars for the American soul singer's new album
A ranked selection of notable new recordings we heard in November. 1. Horse Lords, “Hidden Cities” The chaps in this young Baltimore rock quartet are big into the trance-minimalism of Terry Riley, guitar bands from the Western Sahara, the tick-tock of Kraftwerk and the bomp-alomp of Bo Diddley — but they barely have the chops […]
Does Having Friends of The Opposite Sex Ruin Marriages? Some tend to think so. You may have already read Mary J Blige’s recent comments about her 11-year marriage. In the Telegraph, Mary revealed she has all female friends and her husband Kendu has all male friends. She went on to share that there shouldn’t be Keep Reading ?
The AMAs audience just got three minutes of free Therapy! The flawless Mary J. Blige brought some diva magic to the stage with her newest song, co-written by Sam Smith! Ch-ch-check out the video (above) to hear gurl show 'em how it's done with some old school soul!
This week brings strong dance cuts from Mary J. Blige’s Disclosure collaboration and Giorgio Moroder’s first new studio album in decades, plus rising rookie Tobias Jesso Jr., Tink, 1D, and Mark Ronson with Bruno Mars. … Read More
Bronx-born photographer Lisa Leone’s recently released book Here I Am features a comprehensive archive of pre-fame shots of some of rap and r’n b’s biggest stars. Candid, raw shots of everyone from Snoop Dogg and Nas to Mary J Blige… The post Pre-Fame Photos of Snoop Dogg, Nas, Wyclef Jean, Grandmaster Flash & More by Lisa Leone appeared first on Highsnobiety.
Our top 10 entertainment and events highlights this week include Cher, Wonder Woman, Alvin Ailey, Mary J. Blige, and the penultimate chapter of the Hunger Games saga, Mockingjay Part 1. read more
Mary J. Blige recently opened up about her own coping mechanisms for personal struggle while discussing her latest album "The London Sessions," acknowledging her complete reliance on faith.
Jon Caramanica and Ben Ratliff discuss Mary J. Blige and her new album, "The London Sessions."
British electronic duo and providers of house music, Disclosure, return with a new track, “Follow.” It features the vocals of influential R&B singer Mary J. Blige and it’s not the first time the two have come together. The beginning… The post Listen to Disclosure and Mary J. Blige’s New Song “Follow” appeared first on Highsnobiety.
A behind-the-scenes look at the recording of her new album.
The very best musical theme of 2014: Artists returning to their most comfortable sounds to find brand new people—children, basically!—waiting to meet them there. One of the Disclosure boys was born the year before Whats’ the 411? came out; the other was born two years after.
Another new track from the unlikely trio. Read more articles like "New: Mary J Blige & Disclosure, “Follow”" on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing. The post New: Mary J Blige & Disclosure, “Follow” appeared first on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing...
Over the past few years, Mary J. Blige has seen a major resurgence in popularity thanks to her unlikely… Read More
Sounds like: AlunaGeorge, Rudimental Song: Mary J Blige x Disclosure - Follow What's so good? On the 24th, Mary J Blige will be releasing a new album titled The London Sessions. I can't say I'm planning on running out to grab it, but one thing has caught my attention... Disclosure. That's right. Show More Summary
Disclosure recruited Mary J. Blige to sing on a great remix of their Settle single “F For You,” and since then the duo has taken to producing songs for Blige’s upcoming album The London Sessions, including “Right Now.” Another new Blige/Disclosure jam called “Follow” debuted on Zane Lowe’s BBC radio show today, and it sounds [...]
Mary J. Blige, legend of hip-hop soul, has been branching out lately—her forthcoming album, The London Sessions, was made in collaboration with electronic duo Disclosure and British crooner Sam Smith. In the singles we’ve heard, that partnership inflected Blige’s R&B roots with some dancehall beats and doo-wop influences. Show More Summary
Mary J Blige - "Whole Damn Year". A year is a year is a year, inarguable. Each of our years is entirely the same - the same 12 months, January to December, 365 or 366 days. The same and...