|none||Mary J Blige* Featuring P.Diddy*||Mary J Blige* Featuring P.Diddy* - Hooked (CDr, Single, Promo)||MCA Records, Universal||none||Japan||2003|
|DBR-26012-1||Mary J. Blige||Hooked (12", Promo)||Not On Label||DBR-26012-1||US||2004|
Mary is the fourth studio album by American singer Mary J. Blige, released August 17, 1999, on MCA Records. The album debuted at number two on the Billboard 200 chart, selling 239,000 copies in its first week. It spent 57 weeks on the chart and produced five charting singles.
I'm hooked, babe (Hooked, hooked) On your love, you got me wondering (On your love Babe) Sexy (Hey, hey, hey, hey) You're the one I want, you got your hooks in m. Love And Life The album comin' soon This is Phase 1 Mary J. Blige P. back together again What's the 411, My Life, Love And Life This the Trilogy, baby Trilogy Please believe it It's gonna be in your stores soon I see you can do Hit me, baby Stevie J, slam And of course the Queen of Hip-hop and.
Listen to music from Mary J. Blige like Family Affair, Real Love & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Mary J. Blige. Overview (current section). In 1992, Blige released her debut album What's The 411?.
When What's the 411 dropped in 1992, critics and everyone else hailed Mary J. Blige as the voice of R&B's future. That's a pretty heavy reputation to live up to (Lauryn Hill might agree with that), but Mary J. has kept up her end of the bargain pretty well.
Biography by Stacia Proefrock. Dubbed the queen of hip-hop soul, with a multi-platinum career ever since her early-'90s debut.
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Right Now. Mary J. Blige Interviewed By Gavin Martin. Ultimate R&B 2008 (Double Album).
When Mary J. Blige's debut album, What's the 411?, hit the street in July 1992, critics and fans were floored by its powerful combination of modern R&B and edgy rap production that glanced off of the pain and grit of the singer's New York upbringing. Compared to Chaka Khan and Aretha Franklin, Blig. .