Before 2014 comes to an end, the American Music Awards brings together music's biggest and brightest to honor their achievements and welcome them to the stage. And of course, our favorite artists made sure to get all glammed up for the occasion.
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.'
Although Mary J. Blige released a video for 'Right Now' earlier this month, the Queen of Hip-Hop Soul decided to drop another one. This time, the songstress serves up a more glossier visual than the previous black-and-white clip.
After delivering heartbreaking ballads like 'Therapy' and 'Whole Damn Year,' Mary J. Blige returns with an uptempo track to lift your spirits. The single, 'Nobody But You,' is a dance number from the Queen of Soul's upcoming album, 'The London Sessions.'
After Mary J. Blige released another new song, 'Whole Damn Year,' from her long-awaited album, ‘The London Sessions,' this week, now we find out the titles of the other tracks on the project. The singer unveils the 12-song tracklist.
No one can sing heartbreak and pain like Mary J. Blige. On Monday (Sept. 22), the Queen of Hip-Hop Soul released a powerful ballad called 'Whole Damn Year.' The song is from Blige's album 'The London Sessions,' which is due out on Dec. 2 via Capitol Records.
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