He's such a dedicated lamb and we love him for thatjustTrifling wrote:Are we up to 5 accounts from the same person now? Wow Mariah must be so relevant for that to be worth it xx
That's amazing, isn't it?!ferrero wrote:Wow all albums got an increase over the last monthShaka wrote:
Soon MIAM will cross 100m and Mimi will have 100m albums across 3 decades.
Oh I wasn’t taking a Jab at Mary at all. She’s a legend, and one of my favorite R&B artists. I was responding to the user that comes in and argues about MJB all the time. I also know Fantasy ft ODB wasn’t the first song of its kind either, it was just one of the pioneers that helped popularize that sound.banksy wrote:Why not? It's important to know that long before What's the 411? graced our radios and CD players, Kurtis Blow had singers on the chorus for If I Ruled The World. Let us bask in the genius of this song. That intro, though:EAI wrote:We’re not doing this again
Also, it's important to note that Paula Abdul had a rapping cat on "Opposites Attract". Heck, even Michael Jackson got in on the action with Run-DMC, although that song never came out.
All of these were released in the eighties, and served as the basis for what Mary and Mariah and others did in the 90s.
Lastly, it's worth a mention that these two ladies are friends, and Mary has always spoken highly of Mariah, citing her as an influence. She had this to say about Mariah:
"I love Mariah Carey. Mariah Carey's music saved little ghetto children's lives. Songs like "Vision of Love" gave us hope and we would sing those songs and try to hit every note like Mariah -- which we can't. I don't think she knows what a big part she plays in Mary J. Blige's life. And then to meet her….she's such a beautiful person that you can't do anything but defend her when [the media] starts acting stupid on her. She doesn't deserve that."
It didn't do big numbers but if you were a lamb at the turn of the century, Charmbracelet was hard to ignore! It was the album that was going to return her to glory, and then, Well, didn't.eternally12 wrote:LOL my sister used to be a pretty big lamb and had never heard anything from CB except TTR before 2009 when I played the album for her
That whole Era was very important and paved the way for her final and glorious comeback AKA Emancipation (especially the tour).Muzikritik wrote:It didn't do big numbers but if you were a lamb at the turn of the century, Charmbracelet was hard to ignore! It was the album that was going to return her to glory, and then, Well, didn't.eternally12 wrote:LOL my sister used to be a pretty big lamb and had never heard anything from CB except TTR before 2009 when I played the album for her
HahaShaka wrote:NorthernMonkey wrote:I love how mariah can go from that gold ski suit and sun glasses look to how she looked at new year. Hilarious!
It's her transformation from human form to an actual Goddess
It's the perfect mix of ballads and uptempos. She found the right balance on this one. An underrated masterpiece.delapuerta wrote:Glitter is fresh, funny, emotive and everything you want. It's one of my favsSmartIsNewSexy wrote:Loverboy and Never too far should be on VEVOBlueScorpion wrote:It's a travesty "Glitter" is not on Spotify. About time it should be added.