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Angelou sings praise to Blige and the First Lady Michelle Obama, but she criticizes Common for using degrading words to refer to women in his album.
In addition to expressing her dismay over the snub, Mary J. also lets her Twitter followers know that she's confused why the Best Original Song only has two contenders.
In support of the documentary written and directed by Kirby Dick, Blige attended the red carpet premiere at Sundance.
Mary J. has Drizzy make an appearance as the man who did her wrong in a new version of music video for her latest single.
In the newly-debuted music video, Mary J sings about falling for a wrong guy while busting her best moves on the dance floor.
In addition to racing against each other, Riri and Mary J. also have to beat Nickelback and Drake to claim the top spot on Billboard Hot 200.
In this new song, Mary J. and Beyonce Knowles share their thought about what women need the most in a relationship.
Fans are given a chance to pay a final tribute to the 'Now That We Found Love' rapper, who passed away on November 8, at a public viewing held a day prior to the funeral service.
The 'Mr. Wrong' singer needs one more hour and one more day so she can love her man more than anyone else.
Kelly, Mary J, and J-Hud are going to pay tribute to the great cities of soul music along with the likes of Jill Scott, Florence and the Machine and Jessie J.
In the soulful mellow single, the Queen of Hip Hop Soul sings about unable to resist Drizzy's charm and falling victim to his system.
The Justice Charlier of 'Rock of Ages' bares her heart out, singing about the struggle the women in the movie are facing.
The 'Be Without You' crooner braids her hair with beads to portray Justice Charlier in the Adam Shankman-directed movie.
The 'Stronger with Each Tears' singer sings about weathering the difficult things in the soundtrack for the Emma Stone-starring drama.
The 'Stronger with Each Tear' singer opens the show with Anita Baker, while the 'You Don't Know My Name' hitmaker joins forces with Bruno Mars and Rick Ross.