Mary J. Blige is ushering in the holiday season a little early with her just-released single, 'Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas.' The cover song will appear on her holiday album, 'A Mary Christmas.'
Oscar season is approaching, so it's time for Hollywood to start rolling out those dramatic flicks. One such movie is 'Black Nativity,' Langston Hughes' famed interpretation of the recount of the Nativity story.
Taken under Diddy's wings, Mary J. Blige's debut album, 'What's the 411?,' was released in 1992, and set a new precedent for the female R&B singer's image with a more rough-around-the-edges look.
Despite the change to the R&B aesthetic, Blige impacted the genre so much with her 10 albums -- selling over 50 million LPs worldwide. 'Love &...
Mary J. Blige is facing serious financial drama in her life. The IRS has filed a $3.4 million federal tax lien against the singer, claiming she hasn't paid income taxes for the years of 2009, 2010 and 2011.
When Mary J. Blige dropped her second LP, 'My Life,' in 1994, she showed the same sensibilities found on her debut, 'What's the 411?' The singer continued to spearhead an entirely new subgenre -- Hip-Hop Soul. It's uncertain whether or not that's what she intended to do but 'My Life' definitely set a standard for all other R&B singers who watched hip-hop grow from parties in city parks to conc