Mary J Blige ‘Tuned’ With Drake via ‘One’ Single

Mary J. Blige has drafted highly sought after rapper/singer Drake for what is believed to be the first single from her anticipated eighth studio album! Blige, officially jumping on the auto-tune train, finds herself in good company with Drake on the track, titled “The One (Nothing On Me)”. Singing “Let me break it down if you don’t get it, quality.. I’m custom fitted. I’m gon’ say it again they ain’t got nothing on me… Stop looking, I’m the one” on the Darkchild produced track, Blige is followed by Drake who raps “Plus I’m looking for the right type. Cautious of a flood so I always lay the right pipe”. The record, released late this week, will reportedly lead Blige’s album titled “Technical Difficulty”. While a release date for the effort has not been confirmed, “Technical Difficulty” is said to be slated for release late fall 2009. Blige’s last album “Growing Pains” was released in 2007, featuring the hit singles “Just Fine,” “Work That,” and “Stay Down”. As previously reported on Singersroom, Mary J Blige will appear in Tyler Perry’s forthcoming film “I Can Do Bad All By Myself” — in theaters this September.


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