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Collaborations - The World of Mary J. Blige

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Method Man & Mary J. Blige  I'll Be There for You/You're All I Need to Get By (Puff Daddy Mix)   buy on itunes
Busta Rhymes, Mary J. Blige, Missy Elliott & Rah Digga  Touch It (Remix) [Featuring Mary J. Blige, Missy Elliott and Rah Digga]   buy on itunes
Mary J. Blige & Lauryn Hill  All That I Can Say   buy on itunes
Mary J. Blige & U2  One   buy on itunes
Mary J. Blige & Eric Clapton  Give Me You   buy on itunes
Chaka Khan  Disrespectful (feat. Mary J. Blige)   buy on itunes
Mary J. Blige & Ja Rule  Rainy Dayz   buy on itunes
Mary J. Blige & Usher  Shake Down   buy on itunes
Mary J. Blige & Elton John  Deep Inside   buy on itunes
Mary J. Blige  I Don't Want to Do Anything   buy on itunes
Mary J. Blige & Aretha Franklin  Don't Waste Your Time   buy on itunes
Common  Come Close (Main)   buy on itunes
50 Cent & Mary J. Blige  All of Me   buy on itunes
Mary J. Blige, Nina Simone &  About You   buy on itunes
Mary J. Blige & Raphael Saadiq  I Found My Everything   buy on itunes


Hip-Hop taught Mary J. that music is all about collaboration, and the pop icon/B-girl-at-heart is nothing if not a team player. When Method Man asked her to sing the hook for “I’ll Be There for You/You’re All I Need,” he envisioned an eternal pledge of devotion where the crush of poverty and the specter of death were the backdrop of ’hood romance. He got that and a whole lot more. Be sure to check “I Don’t Want to Do Anything,” as Jodeci’s K-Ci Hailey and Mary do it Apollo-style, throwing heads back and testifying with hands in the air from beginning to end. And going toe-to-toe with Bono on a gospel-glorified cover of U2’s hit “One,” Mary pushes past the tears, her voice trembling as it arcs higher and higher, soaring to that place where old spirituals and hymns become balm for the soul. From riffing with childhood idols (Elton John) to honoring her hip-hop roots (50 Cent), we’ve put Mary’s best collaborations where they belong — here at your fingertips.
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