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Customer Reviews

Auto-Tune Needs to Go!!!!!!

This is ridiculous. Kanye and T-Pain have an ear for melody and make it work. They make it work. But now rappers want to sing or talk into the device? Umm......Please. Then real singers are jumping on the bandwagon. Reba uses it as a "safety net" in live performances. Mariah Carey, one of the worlds most talented voices, drops her voice through the processor on Obsessed. It's not a bad song, but sing for real. And Mary J Blige???? She is an amazing vocalist. Grammy nods do not come from an auto-tune. It comes from pure singing. MJB, this is not a bad song, but leave auto-tune nation and sing for real.

she is the one!

MJB is back and is going dumb hard with this one, even with newbie Drake on the track...anyone who hates on her for using auto-tune is foolish, Mary has paid her dues in this biz so she can do as she

Ms. Mary J. Blige is BACK!!

This song shows another side of Mary.She is constantly reinventing herself. It is without a doubt going to be a summer hit!!! And with Drake in the song it is great.


Born: January 11, 1971 in New York, NY

Genre: R&B/Soul

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

When Mary J. Blige's debut album, What's the 411?, hit the street in July 1992, critics and fans were floored by its powerful combination of modern R&B and edgy rap production that glanced off of the pain and grit of the singer's New York upbringing. Compared to Chaka Khan and Aretha Franklin, Blige had little in common stylistically with either of those artists, but like them, she helped adorn soul music with new flavors. With her blonde hair, self-preserving slouch, and combat boots, Blige personified...
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