Mary J Blige Mashantucket Tickets
Dynamic R&B and hip hop soul star Mary J Blige rocketed to fame with the release of her debut album What’s the 411? She began her career as a background singer with Uptown Records but soon emerged as a talented vocalist in her own right. Having sold over fifty million albums worldwide, Blige ranks among the most successful female R&B artists. The gifted star has a number of prestigious awards under her belt including nine Grammy wins. She continues to feature regularly on the Billboard charts as well. With her upcoming tour just around the corner, sales for Mary J Blige Mashantucket tickets have been on the rise as fans eagerly await her live gig.
Four Interesting Facts About Hip-Hop Soul Diva Mary J Blige
Mary J Blige is famous as the “Queen of Hip-Hop Soul” and with an unprecedented list of achievements in the genre she indeed deserves that title. She also boasts an extensive and devoted following that is likely to rush after Mary J Blige Mashantucket tickets as the popular diva heads on upcoming tour. In the context of her upcoming concerts, here are a few interesting facts about the R&B superstar that her fans and other music lovers might appreciate.
- Blige has been consistently winning at the Grammy Awards since her debut win in 1995. She boasts nine Grammy wins and over thirty nominations but did you know she is also one of the few singers to have won the award in R&B, pop, rap and Gospel categories.
- Mary signed to Uptown Records at the age of eighteen making her the first female artist and the youngest to sign to the famous record label.
- Though she claims to draw inspiration from big names in R&B and soul, including the likes of Aretha Franklin and Chaka Khan, another of her favorite names growing up was Led Zeppelin band. On Oprah she once performed their epic hit “Stairway to Heaven.”
- The multi-talented entertainer features on various notable music lists, including the Rolling Stone Magazine’s “100 Greatest Singers of All Time” and VH1’s “The 100 Greatest Women in Music.”