Mary J. Blige
Common, Mary J. Blige and Jazmine Sullivan also make appearances.
As the name implies, the song deals with emotional turmoil.
This Earth Day, don’t just plant a tree, head on down to Washington, D.C. a few days early for a concert that is looking to help end extreme poverty and force some environmental policy changes around the world.
Headliners Kendrick Lamar and Mary J. Blige will be joined by Common, Erykah Badu, India.Arie and more at this year’s Essence Festival.
The normal soundtrack includes 11 songs from the show, with a deluxe version bumping the number to 18.
Other newly announced collaborations include Brandy Clark with Dwight Yoakam, Ed Sheeran with Herbie Hancock, Questlove and John Mayer, and also Sheeran with ELO’s Jeff Lynne.
The queen of hip-hop soul opens up about Best New Artist GRAMMY nominee Sam Smith and why his music is like medicine.
Ariana Grande, Pharrell, Sam Smith & Tim McGraw Get in The Holiday Spirit For ‘A Very GRAMMY Christmas’
Ariana Grande, Pharrell, Mary J. Blige, Maroon 5, Sam Smith and Tim McGraw performed their hits and shared their favorite holiday and GRAMMY memories.
The clips splices black and white footage of the singer with scenes of dramatized abusive.
“Once I started writing with these artists and producers, we just clicked,” Mary J. Blige told Radio.com of her new album, which drops today.
It’s Blige’s first album since 2013’s A Mary Christmas.
Blige reveals she’s been sober for the last two years and now she’s speaking out about the kinship she felt to another musician who faced the same struggle.
It’s all the more reason to be counting down the days until The London Sessions drops on Dec. 2.
Mary J. Blige talks designers, Instagram throwbacks, and the importance of appearance: “[style] is everything when it comes to our fan base and being a trailblazer.”
‘A Very GRAMMY Christmas’ adds two new faces to brighten the holiday extravaganza.
Mary J. Blige released a very different (for her, at least) song from her upcoming album.