Blige gets star on Hollywood Walk of Fame

Giving her speech Mary and Diddy became close after he produced her debut album'What¿s the 411?, in 1992

Giving her speech Mary and Diddy became close after he produced her debut album'What’s the 411?, in 1992

She recently nominated for the Best Original Song at the 2018 Golden Globes for the song "Mighty River'and Best Supporting Actress role in the movie 'Mudbound". "I know my work and I understand what this means".

After celebrating her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and her 47th birthday, Mary J. Blige unleashes a "Time's Up" anthem, "Bounce Back 2.0".

Blige - the self-proclaimed "queen of hip-hop soul" who is best known for hits such as 'No More Drama' and 'Reminisce' - is a nine-time Grammy victor with tens of millions of records sold worldwide.

Mary's new single follow's up on the trend where she sings to the ladies about coming "too far to lose". "Mary receiving a star on the Walk of Fame, is like Black women and little girls from around the world with a dream also receiving one".

"Dee Rees called me and gave me a job and put my life back in motion with Mudbound", Blige said. "Your voice is going to change your life and make you royal", Harrell said, adding that since being introduced on "Soul Train" as "the queen of hip-hop and soul music", the title remains.

"We lived in the projects but we had love in our home", she said.

Diddy and Blige obviously have tons of history together, in face he even produced her debut album.

Blige's other hit singles include "Not Gon' Cry", "Love Is All We Need", "Seven Days", "All That I Can Say", "Family Affair" and "Just Fine".

Blige gushed about Combs, saying he helped keep her going in the hard times.

Blige won her first Grammy in 1996 for best rap performance by a duo or group for "I'll Be There For You/You're All I Need To Get By", a collaboration with Method Man.

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