The multifaceted Grammy winner discusses her holiday CD—her first-ever collaboration with producer David Foster.
Dubbed the "Queen of Hip-Hop Soul," Mary J. Blige has mixed urban style with soul in a hit-filled career. She sang in her church choir at age 7 and, later, took solace in music during rough times in the Yonkers, NY projects. She cut her first demo in a mall and released her debut album, "What's the 411"—a play on the directory assistance operator job she previously held—to critical acclaim. She went on to amass sales of more than 50 million albums, eight titles of which went multiplatinum, and nine Grammys. Blige has also had acting roles on TV and in films. Her latest release is the holiday CD, "A Mary Christmas," her first collaboration with legendary producer David Foster.
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