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Born in New York in 1971, Mary J. Blige started recording when she was put under contract by the Uptown Records at the age of seventeen years. Mary J. Blige's voice captured the attention of Uptown Records CEO Andre Harrell after several attempts of sending her demo of Anita Baker’s 'Caught Up in the Rapture' to various production records to no avail. Andre was amused by her soulful and beautiful voice that he assigned Sean 'Puffy’ Combs who was an upcoming producer to work with her. Mary J. Blige’s debut album of 1992, ‘What's the 411?’, was bolstered by hit singles ‘You Remind Me’ and 'Real Love’ to sell more than three million copies. The album redefined the entire industry of modern soul music. In 1994, Blige released another album ‘My Life’ on which she wrore or co-wrote almost all the songs. The second album had some of her most successful songs such as ‘Be Happy’, ‘Mary Jane (All Night Long)’ and ‘You Bring Me Joy’. Blige won her first Grammy Award in 1996, in the category of best rap performance by a duo or group through a duet with Method Man of the Wu-Tang Clan. Mary J. Blige released her 3rd album in 1997 ‘Share My World’ that featured prominent songs such as ‘Love Is All We Need’ and ‘Everything’. The ‘No More Drama’ album that features one of her most popular songs of the decade ‘Family Affair’ was released in 2001. She recorded another album ‘Love & Life’ in 2003 and followed it up with another one in ‘The Breakthrough’ in 2005, which sold seven million copies and won three Grammy Awards. Blige released other new albums ‘Growing Pains’ in 2007 and ‘Stronger with Each Tear’ in 2009. She has other No.1 Billboard hits and has won nine Grammy Awards.