Last week (Nov. 10), R&B superstars, the Queen of Hip-Hop Soul, Mary J. Blige, and R&B crooner, Maxwell hit the stage at Madison Square Garden. It was one of the most popular concerts of the year, and NYC natives were eager to see the sold-out affair.
Mary J. Blige Opens Up About Divorce: “If I Can’t Get Respect In The Relationship, Then I Have to Move On”
Mary J. Blige took a break from her "King and Queen of Hearts World Tour" with Maxwell for a special guest appearance on Good Morning America this morning (Nov. 16). The Queen of Hip-Hop Soul delivered an emotional and show-stopping performance of her single "Thick of It" before sitting with host Robin Roberts to discuss her failed marriage...
The Queen of Hip Hop Soul releases a nostalgic music video for her latest single, 'Thick of It,' pulling a lot of inspiration from the Golden Era of R&B. In the clip, the veteran R&B singer rocks a black leather Yankee hat with doorknocker earrings and a fur coat as she delivers the painstaking lyrics.
Cue Zoey Dollaz's "Blow A Check"...Issacs is asking for $129,319 a month to maintain the "lifestyle" he has become accustomed to over the couple's 12 years of marriage.
It looks like Mary J. Blige's divorce from Kendu Isaacs is leading her back to her female empowerment music styles of the 90s. On her new single, "Thick of It," co-written by Jazmine Sullivan, the Queen of Hip-Hop Soul delivers raw, emotional, personal and thought-provoking lyrics about the demise of her marriage.
Mary J. Blige can add "political journalist" to her growing resume. The Queen of Hip-Hop Soul interviewed Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton on her Beats 1 show “The 411 with Mary J. Blige," and it looks like she's asking the tough questions..
Over the summer, it was reported that Mary J. Blige filed for divorce from her husband of 12 years, Kendu Issacs. TMZ reported that the singer named “irreconcilable differences." Welp, this could get ugly, because Isaacs recently filed a response to Mary's divorce filing...
Usher, Mary J. Blige, Gladys Knight More To Perform At Opening Of National Museum of African American History and Culture
Mary J. Blige, Usher, Gladys Knight and many others have been tapped to christen the opening of the National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington. D.C.
Mary J. Blige and Maxwell are hitting the road together this fall/winter. Pegged the King and Queen of Hearts Tour, Blige and Maxwell will spread R&B around the nation in a 24-date tour.
Usher, Mary J. Blige, Jamie Foxx & More Hop Onto The Rehashing Of The Black Eyed Peas’ ‘Where Is The Love’
Thirteen years after the release of "Where Is The Love," The Black Eyed Peas are still asking that same question; with all the nonsense going on in the world, the song is still relevant.