Mary J. Blige

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Mary J. Blige
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Mary J. Blige - No More Drama
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Mary J. Blige - No More Drama 7,493,466 views
Mary J. Blige - Be Without You 7,645,698 views
Mary J. Blige, U2 - One 15,242,121 views
Mary J. Blige - I Am 5,931,389 views
Mary J. Blige - Family Affair (BET Version) 8,352,624 views
Mary J. Blige - Take Me As I Am 5,861,136 views
Mary J. Blige - Just Fine 12,532,390 views
Mary J. Blige - We Got Hood Love ft. Trey Songz 3,365,896 views
Mary J. Blige - Someone To Love Me (Naked) feat. Diddy & Lil Wayne 3,573,992 views
Mary J. Blige - Not Gon' Cry (from the Waiting To Exhale Movie Soundtrack, 1995-96) 2,594,861 views
Mary J. Blige - Everything 660,399 views

Mary J. Blige User Comments

David Nazario N. Jan 23, 2013
The Liberation Tour made a stop at the Mann Music Center in Philadelphia this weekend. With D’Angelo and Mary J. Blige headlining, it was no wonder there wasn’t an empty seat in the house or one person who wasn’t on their feet dancing to the classic hits that the two music legends performed Friday night. Starting off the show and getting the crowd warmed up was newest member of Mary’s Matriarch label, Starshell. Starshell impressed the crowd with her singles, “Birthday Girl” and “Superluva”. The official opening act for the night was Roc Nation recording artist, Melanie Fiona. Rocking a sleeveless black and purple cape and black shorts, Melanie hit the stage full of energy and confidence. Performing hits from both of her albums, Melanie was the perfect predecessor to Mary and D’Angelo. “Give it to me Right”, “Fool For You”, “4 AM” and “It Kills Me” were the obvious crowd favorites. Next up was D’Angelo. With four backup singers and a full band on stage, the audience waited in anticipation for D’Angelo to appear. Then out of nowhere he popped up out of the crowd, singing and greeting adoring fans while making his way to the stage. With a guitar hanging from his neck, D’Angelo opened his set with “Brown Sugar”, proving that although it has been twelve years since he has toured regularly, he hasn’t missed one beat. Slowing things down, D’Angelo took a seat at the piano to sing “Me and Those Dreamin’ Eyes of Mine”, Cruisin’ and a slowed down rendition of “How Does it Feel” that had the ladies in the audience screaming in excitement. Closing his set, he then performed a sped up rendition of “Lady” before exiting the stage for the night. At last it was time for MJB! Wearing red shorts, a red top, thigh high black leather boots and red framed sunglasses, Mary came on stage to roaring applause and genuine love from the crowd. She opened the show with her rendition of Chaka Khan’s classic, “Ain’t Nobody”, followed by one of her biggest hits to date, “Family Affair”. “Real Love” and “Enough Cryin’” were two of the hits Mary performed before disappearing from the stage to slip into a sleeveless black gown. With the help of the crowd, MJB ran through classics like “I’m Going Down” and “Sweet Thing”, as well as songs from the My Life II album including, “Mr. Wrong”, “Love a Woman”, “Feel Inside” and “Midnight Drive”. Each and every song was a demonstration of Mary’s ability to captivate the crowd with her powerful voice and personal songs about life and love. In true Mary fashion, she took everyone to church with “No More Drama” shortly after changing into her last outfit for the night (burgundy thigh high leather boots, black tights, a burgundy belt and a black top). Throughout her set Mary gave inspirational words of wisdom to the women in the audience by encouraging them to continue persevering through all obstacles.

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