Mary J. Blige's 'The London Sessions' album will arrive in a few weeks and the chanteuse has been on the road promoting the new music. She stopped by 'Ellen' yesterday (Nov. 13) to perform her single, 'Right Now.'

Dressed in a tailored pale periwinkle pant suit and pumps, Mary looks chic and stylish on the stage. Meanwhile, her performance shows that her 13th LP has a different vibe but still has the elements of soul and R&B that we've always known her for.

Produced and co-written by Disclosure, with help from Sam Smith, the song is only a hint of what we'll be getting from the new album, which Ellen Degeneres couldn't stop raving about when the two sat down to chat.

"I think it's the best work that you've done,' the TV host and comedian said. "Wait till you hear this CD."

Mary also talks about how the entire project came about, which you can see at the end of the video above.

The Queen of Hip-Hop Soul will also perform at the American Music Awards -- where she's nominated for Favorite Female Artist - Soul/R&B, on Nov. 25 -- 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon' on Dec. 1 and 'A Very GRAMMY Christmas' on Dec. 5.

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