Mary J. Blige - Work That

Posted 8 years ago
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Mary J. Blige led off her new album, Growing Pains, with the Tricky Stewart-produced single, Just Fine.  On its heels is the danceable cut, Work That; another Blige classic that uplifts her fellow females and tells them to stand up for themselves.  The material Blige continually creates is a mirror image to previous works in her catalog; there remains something innovative about her work, however, which negates these similarities.  Although a set release date for Growing Pains has played Chutes & Ladders on the calendar since late October, the album will now officially be available on December 18th.  Last minute holiday shoppers need not thank Mary for her thoughtful planning.

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