When I first saw Mary J. Blige appearing in the Dee Rees directed Netflix offering Mudbound
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When Mary J. Blige dropped the explosive summer album "What's the 411?" in 1992, her impact was so swift and thorough that she instantly became known simply by her first name. When
Released twenty years ago today (April 25, 1995), Method Mans Ill Be There for You/Youre All I Need to Get By featuring Mary J. Blige was not the first duet in Hip-Hop, nor the fir
Nine Grammy Awards. 50 million records sold. Some remember Mary J. Blige as the Queen of Hip-Hop soul, rocking Timberland boots, fatigues and a cap pulled low while nodding he
Are you ready for round two of "Where Will Dwight Howard Play Next?" D12 looks over it already. Talking to the media following his early exit from the NBA Playoffs, Dwi
Angela Bassett and Mary J Blige combine to star in an upcoming Lifetime movie “Betty & Coretta.” The film details the bond formed between Coretta Scott King and B
Mary J. Blige to star as a time-traveling assassin with a serious attitude in an upcoming Netflix comic book adaptation.
I can't even front on how much Mary J. Blige has grown as an actress. The two-time Oscar-nominated "
Directed by Dee Rees, the Netflix movie Mudbound tells the parallel stories of two families living on a farm in Mississippi near in the end of the European theater of World War II.
She was the girl everyone was being introduced to and yet they all felt they had known forever. She was cool and gritty, yet soft and pretty. She shot up the charts and defined wha