Diddy Calls Mary J. Blige 'Black Excellence' During Walk of Fame Ceremony
Янв 14 2018 by Francis Osborne
After the release of her 1992 debut, "What's The 411", Blige became a multi-platinum music star.
Blige was discovered when an amateur recording of Anita Baker's "Caught Up In The Rapture" that Blige made in a mall recording booth made its way to Harrell, then the president and CEO of the hip-hop and rhythm-and-blues label Uptown Records, who promptly signed her to a contract. With a Hollywood star added to her already cemented legacy, Blige's story now lives on forever.
"By the time I got to the My Life album I didn't know, I didn't want to live". On Sunday (Jan. 7), she attended the Golden Globes Awards where she was nominated for Best Supporting Actress for her work in Mudbound and Best Original Song for "Mighty River". "Whatever she is going through, she knows she has a responsibility for those going through the same thing".
Many fans were happy for the nine-time Grammy victor and shared their thoughts online.
"We had love in our home, but negativity and confusion was happening around us outside", she said at the Walk of Fame ceremony.
"I wanna thank God for this moment..." "We learned how to survive". I didn't know if I wanted to die, I didn't know what, I just knew I was ready to check out. "God has given me the strength to keep going regardless of who hated me or what anyone said about me". "I think I'm good on marriage for a while", she said in an interview with the Associated Press.
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