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Mary J. Blige Joins Disclosure for ‘F For You’ Video

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Mary J. Blige is no stranger to collaborations. The R&B singer has worked with Beyoncé, Drake, Rick Ross, Lil Wayne and Diddy — just to name a few. Out of all of the MJB-collabos, none go as far into the realm of ’90s-house like the just released team-up with Disclosure, ‘F For You.’

Released last night, the clip features animation over live shots of the sibling duo and the R&B chanteuse. Mary dances carelessly over her signature vocals in a leather jacket and hoop earrings. Even the ‘F for You’ visuals manage to conjure memories of ’90s-past.

Disclosure is coming off a great couple of days. Last week, Guy and Howard Lawrence spent four days in New York City, which ended on two high notes. One included Mary joining them at their show this past Sunday at Terminal 5. The second being a U.S. television debut on ‘Late Night with Jimmy Fallon’ this past Monday.

Next up for the group is seeing if they’ll take home a Grammy this Sunday. Their latest album, ‘Settle,’ is nominated in the Best Dance/Electronica album category.

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