Music Monday: Mary J. Blige #TheLondonSessions #O2O

Track Listing
1. Therapy
2. Doubt
3. Not Loving You
4. When You’re Gone
5. Right Now
6. My Loving
7.Long Hard Look
8. Whole Damn Year
9 .Nobody But You
10. Pick Me Up
11. Follow
12. Worth My Time

Mary J. Blige has had quite a career so far -8 multi-platinum albums, 9 Grammys (and thats from THIRTY ONE nominations!), a Golden Globe nom, and 4 AMAs! She has sold more than 50 million albums worldwide – and I had never listened to one of her albums in its entirety until I listened to The London Sessions.  And all I have to say for myself is – Why did I wait so long? She is phenomenal!  Mary J. Blige crossed the Atlantic to collaborate with some wonderful UK talents on this album – Disclosure, Eg White, Emile Sande, Jimmy Napes, Naught Boy, SAM ROMANS and Sam Smith.

The London Sessions will be released by Capitol Records on December 2nd – and I urge you to buy it (Here are some handy links to buy it on iTunes or Amazon!)  My favorite tracks on the album are Therapy and Right Now, but they are all really great songs and I am sure that if you like Mary J. Blige even a tiny bit – or if you’ve never even heard any of her stuff – you will enjoy this album.  It is definitely worth checking out!

According to Capitol Music Group Chairman Steve Barnett, “Mary J. Blige created a one-of-a-kind blend of hip-hop and soul that has excited fans for more than 20 years, making her one of the most successful and acclaimed artists in any genre of music. The London Sessions is a fantastic album; another step forward for this great and enduring artist, and I am thrilled that she is now an important member of our Capitol Records family.”   “It’s all about the London Music scene and I’m so excited to have been part of it, to record my album,” says Blige. “The songs are fun, therapeutic and soulful. This is a beautiful change for me and I’m proud of what we have done here.”

I participated in the Mary J Blige The London Sessions album review program as a member of One2One Network. I was provided a free album to review but all opinions are my own.

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