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Mary J. Blige

Mary J. Blige will go down in R&B and hip hop history, she has received 9 Grammy Awards, a record-breaking 30 Grammy nominations, and has more than 8 albums that’ve reached multi-platinum status. According to Rolling Stone, Time, and Vibe her album My Life is one of the greatest albums ever recorded. In addition to selling over 50 million copies of her albums worldwide, she’s also an accomplished actress, and even has her own fragrance. Miss Mary J. Blige is a force to be reckoned with and it doesn’t seem like she’s slowing down anytime soon!

Before becoming the legend that she is today, Blige’s childhood was marred by violence, alcohol, and drugs. Blige found escape and solace through music and faith, unfortunately that didn’t last long as Blige stopped attending church and began to follow the path of her parents. She recognized the problem and decided to do something about it, recording her demo tape at the local mall’s karaoke machine. Four years later, Blige was signed to Uptown Records in 1992.

Later that year, Blige released her first album, What’s the 411? that sold more than 3 million copies. Just two years later, her second album My Life, on which she wrote nearly all of the songs, was released and was equally successful. In 1996 she won her first Grammy for the Best Rap Performance by a Duo of Group for the song “I’ll Be There For You”- a duet with Method Man of the Wu-Tang Clan. In 1997 she released Share My World, which was her first No. 1 album on the Billboard chart.

Although she was outwardly successful, Blige faced many personal struggles during this time. She was still drinking heavily and using hardcore drugs like cocaine. All of that changed when Mary met Kendu Isaacs, he helped her with her substance abuse and she fell in love. They married in 2003 and she became the stepmother to his three children.

After the release of No More Drama and Love & Life in 2001 and 2003 respectively to unfavorable reviews, Blige’s 2005 album, Breakthrough was exactly that. The album sold over 7 million copies worldwide and was nominated for eight Grammy Awards, winning three for Best R&B Album, Best R&B Song, and Best R&B Female Vocal Performance. Her following two albums were also successful.

Her 2011 album became a top 5 hit and Blige celebrated the 25th anniversary of What’s the 411?. During this time she also contributed to a few soundtracks and released a holiday album. In 2014, Blige became responsible for all of the tracks for the soundtrack to Think Like a Man Too. She also expanded her geographic palette with her album, The London Sessions collaborating with Sam Smith, Disclosure, and Emeli Sande.

Not only is she an accomplished singer songwriter, selling over 50 million albums and winning nine Grammy awards, but she is a successful actress as well. She’s appeared in multiple movies and starred in the TV movie Betty & Coretta playing Malcolm X’s widow. She’s won over the hearts of millions and continues to impress with her vocals and acting skills. Here at Rukkus, we’re excited to see what’s next for Miss Mary J Blige!

Top 3 Mary J. Blige Tracks:

Ain't Nobody
All That I Can Say
Need Someone

Mary J. Blige Albums

A Mary Christmas
  • Little Drummer Boy
  • Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
  • My Favorite Things
  • This Christmas
  • The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire)
  • Rudolph, The Red-Nosed Reindeer
  • When You Wish Upon a Star (featuring Barbra Streisand and Chris Botti)
  • Mary, Did You Know
  • Do You Hear What I Hear? (featuring Jessie J)
  • Petit Papa Noel
  • The First Noel (featuring The Clark Sisters)
  • Noche De Paz (Silent Night) (featuring Marc Anthony)
The London Sessions
  • Therapy
  • Doubt
  • Not Loving You
  • When You're Gone
  • Right Now
  • My Loving
  • Long Hard Look
  • Whole Damn Year
  • Nobody But You
  • Pick Me Up
  • Follow
  • Worth My Time
What's the 411?
  • Leave a Message
  • Reminisce
  • Real Love
  • You Remind Me
  • Intro Talk (featuring Busta Rhymes)
  • Sweet Thing
  • Love No Limit
  • I Don't Want to Do Anything (featuring K-Ci Hailey of Jodeci)
  • Slow Down
  • My Love
  • Changes I've Been Going Through
  • What's the 411? (featuring Grand Puba)
My Life
  • Intro
  • Mary Jane (All Night Long)
  • You Bring Me Joy
  • Marvin Interlude
  • I'm The Only Woman
  • K. Murray Interlude
  • My Life
  • You Gotta Believe
  • I Never Wanna Live Without You
  • I'm Goin' Down
  • My Life Interlude
  • Be With You
  • Mary's Joint
  • Don't Go
  • I Love You
  • No One Else
  • Be Happy
Share My World
  • Intro
  • I Can Love You (featuring Lil' Kim)
  • Love Is All We Need (featuring Nas)
  • Round and Round
  • Share My World (Interlude)
  • Share My World
  • Seven Days (featuring George Benson)
No More Drama
  • Love
  • Family Affair
  • Steal Away
  • Crazy Games
  • PMS
  • No More Drama
  • Keep It Moving
  • Destiny
  • Where I've Been (featuring Eve)
  • Beautiful Day
  • Dance For Me
  • Flying Away
  • Never Been
  • 2U
  • In The Meantime
  • Forever No More (Poem)
  • Testimony
  • Girl From Yesterday (Japanese bonus track)
Love & Life
  • Love & Life Intro (featuring Diddy and Jay-Z)
  • Don't Go
  • When We
  • Not Today (featuring Eve)
  • Finally Made It (Interlude)
  • Ooh!
  • Let Me Be the 1 (featuring 50 Cent)
  • Love @ 1st Sight (featuring Method Man)
  • Willing & Waiting
  • Free (Interlude)
  • Friends
  • Press On
  • Feel Like Makin' Love
  • It's A Wrap
  • Message in Our Music (Interlude)
  • All My Love
  • Special Part of Me
  • Ultimate Relationship (A.M.)
  • 1:10:41
The Breakthrough
  • No One Will Do
  • Enough Cryin (featuring Brook Lynn)
  • About You (featuring
  • Be Without You
  • Gonna Breakthrough (featuring Brook Lynn)
  • Good Woman Down
  • Take Me as I Am
  • Baggage
  • Can't Hide from Luv (featuring Jay-Z)
  • MJB da MVP (featuring The Game & 50 Cent)
  • Can't Get Enough
  • Ain't Really Love
  • I Found My Everything (featuring Raphael Saadiq)
  • Father in You
  • Alone (featuring Dave Young)
  • One (with U2)
Growing Pains
  • Work That
  • Grown Woman (featuring Ludacris)
  • Just Fine
  • Feel Like a Woman
  • Stay Down
  • Hurt Again
  • Shake Down (featuring Usher)
  • Till the Morning
  • Roses
  • Fade Away
  • What Love Is
  • Work in Progress (Growing Pains)
  • Talk to Me
  • If You Love Me?
  • Smoke
  • Come to Me (Peace)
Stronger with Each Tear
  • Tonight
  • The One (featuring Drake)
  • Said and Done
  • Good Love (featuring T.I.)
  • I Feel Good
  • I Am
  • Each Tear
  • I Love U (Yes I Du)
  • We Got Hood Love (featuring Trey Songz)
  • Kitchen
  • In the Morning
  • Color (from the motion picture Precious)
My Life II... The Journey Continues (Act 1)
  • Intro
  • Feel Inside (featuring Nas)
  • Midnight Drive (featuring Brook Lynn)
  • Next Level (featuring Busta Rhymes)
  • Ain't Nobody
  • 25/8
  • Don't Mind
  • No Condition
  • Mr. Wrong (featuring Drake)
  • Why (featuring Rick Ross)
  • Love a Woman (featuring Beyoncé)
  • Empty Prayers
  • Need Someone
  • The Living Proof
  • 57:08

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The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$25.00 Mary J. Blige — 08/01/2017
Freedom Hill Amphitheatre; Sterling Heights, MI
$32.00 Bad Boy Family Reunion: Puff Daddy, Lil Kim, Faith Evans, Mase — 09/14/2016
American Airlines Center; Dallas, TX
$38.00 Mary J. Blige — 08/18/2017
Amphitheater at Coney Island Boardwalk; Brooklyn, NY
$41.00 Mary J. Blige — 11/10/2015
Florence Civic Center; Florence, SC
$46.00 Mary J. Blige — 11/12/2015
MGM Grand at Foxwoods; Mashantucket, CT
$55.00 Maxwell and Mary J. Blige — 12/14/2016
United Center; Chicago, IL
$60.00 Mary J. Blige — 09/19/2017
Smart Financial Centre; Sugar Land, TX
$60.00 Cincinnati Music Festival - Friday — 07/28/2017
Paul Brown Stadium; Cincinnati, OH
$61.00 Mary J. Blige — 10/31/2015
Columbus Civic Center; Columbus, GA
$64.00 Maxwell and Mary J. Blige — 11/23/2016
Richmond Coliseum; Richmond, VA

Best and Most Expensive Mary J. Blige Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$323.00Bad Boy Family Reunion with Puff Daddy, Jay-Z, Mary J. Blige and Lil Kim — 05/20/2016
Barclays Center; Brooklyn, NY
$283.00Mary J. Blige — 09/10/2017
Pechanga Resort and Casino Showroom; Temecula, CA
$256.00Mary J. Blige — 09/02/2017
Greek Theatre; Los Angeles, CA
$242.00Mary J. Blige — 11/01/2015
DPAC - Durham Performing Arts Center; Durham, NC
$222.00Cincinnati Music Festival - 2 Day Pass — 07/28/2017
Paul Brown Stadium; Cincinnati, OH
$204.00Mary J. Blige — 11/13/2015
The Borgata Event Center; Atlantic City, NJ
$187.00Mary J. Blige — 09/16/2017
$180.00Mary J. Blige — 11/14/2015
Shea's Performing Arts Center; Buffalo, NY
$174.00Mary J. Blige — 08/26/2017
Music Hall At Fair Park; Dallas, TX
$173.00Mary J. Blige — 08/13/2017
Pier Six Concert Pavilion; Baltimore, MD