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You Don't Have To Worry. What's The 411? Reminisce. You Remind Me. Changes I've Been Going Through.
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My Life is the second studio album by American R&B recording artist Mary J. Blige, released on November 29, 1994, by Uptown Records. Many of the topics on My Life deal with clinical depression, Blige's battling with both drugs and alcohol, as well as being in an abusive relationship. Unlike her debut, What's the 411? (1992), Blige co-wrote fourteen of the album's tracks, making it her most introspective and personal album at the time.
What's the 411? Mary J. Blige. Released July 28, 1992. What's the 411? Tracklist. The album’s title came from Mary’s previous job as a 411 operator. She sang backup on Uptown artist Father MC’s hit single I’ll Do 4 U in 1990 before beginning work on her debut album. Her debut single You Remind Me featured two videos-one for her solo version and another for the remix version with rapper Greg Nice. Real Love was the album’s biggest hit single, peaking at on the Billboard Hot 100, while topping both the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and Rhythmic charts as the single achieved gold status
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Before What’s The 411? was released in 1992, commercial soul was largely saccharine-the polar opposite of the rugged hip-hop beats and gritty subject matter pioneered by Blige. Her throaty vocals ache with emotion on uptempo tunes like Reminisce, the plaintive new jack swing of You Remind Me, and the heart-on-its-sleeve modern soul classic Real Love. The combination of edgy street vibe with soaring melodies worked like coffee and cream, deservingly earning her the title Queen of Hip-Hop Soul. What's the 411? Mary J.
What's the 411?," executive-produced by Sean " Puff Daddy" Combs, spent seven weeks at No. 1 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and has sold . million in the . according to Nielsen SoundScan. It has also spawned two Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs No. 1s: "You Remind Me" and "Real Love. One year later (1993), Mary J. Blige released a remix version to her debut album, titled "What's the 411? Remix," in which she took all of the album's songs and added guest features and new producers. What's the 411? Remix".
On 28 July 1992, Mary J Blige released her game-changing debut album, What’s The 411 and introduced to the world a fusion of R&B hooks and hip-hop beats and a sly producer named Puff Daddy. At 18, Blige was the youngest artist and first woman signed to MCA’s hip-hop label, Uptown, founded by Andre Harrell a former VP at Def Jam who signed Blige after hearing her sing a version of Anita Baker’s 1986 hit, ‘Caught Up in the Rapture’ and immediately signed her in 1989. It was there she would hook up with intern-turned A&R man and producer Puff Daddy (Sean Combs) who had taken on the reins.