Mary J. Blige

Close to celebrating her 20-year career in the music industry, Mary J. Blige released her ninth studio album “Stronger with Each Tear,” on Monday, December 21.

The album, which contains the work of some of the best producers and artists in the industry, includes production by Rodney Jerkins, who produced the up-tempo lead single, “The One,” which features rapper Drake. The album also features “Tonight,” produced by The Runners, as well as “Said and Done” and “Closer” produced by Ryan Leslie.

Trey Songz appears on “We Got Hood Love” and T.I. lends his southern sound to the bouncy track “Good Love.” But the album would not have been complete without other producers like The Dream and Tricky Stewart, who produced the old school track “Kitchen.” Raphael Saadiq contributes to “I Can See In Color,” the incredible heart-wrenching song that is featured on the “Precious” soundtrack.

Blige started her impressive career in 1992 with the release of her multi-platinum debut album, “What’s the 411?” The album produced “You Remind Me,” a popular summer jam that reached number one on the R&B singles chart. The second single, “Real Love,” became Blige’s first top ten Hot 100 single, peaking at number seven.

After nine Grammy awards, eight multi-platinum records and more than 40 million albums sold, mogul and philanthropist Mary J. Blige is once again bringing fans her unique recipe of mainstream appeal mixed with a steady and soulful R&B beat.

Written by Valerie Varasse

Mary J. Blige feat. Drake – Stronger

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