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What's The 411?
 : What's The 411?

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by: Mary J. Blige


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Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
Brand: Blige, Mary J
EAN: 0790214958043
Item Dimensions: 5148819559
Label: Uptown
Languages: EnglishPublishedEnglishOriginal LanguageEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Uptown
Model: 1972122
MPN: MCD10681
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: July 28, 1992
Publisher: Uptown
Release Date: July 28, 1992
Studio: Uptown




Disc 1:
  1. Leave A Message
  2. Reminisce
  3. Real Love
  4. You Remind Me
  5. Intro Talk
  6. Sweet Thing
  7. Love No Limit
  8. I Don't Want To Do Anything
  9. Slow Down
  10. My Love
  11. Changes I've Been Going Through
  12. What's The 411?
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
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Media Type: CD
Artist: BLIGE,MARY J.
Title: WHAT'S THE 411?
Street Release Date: 07/28/1992
Domestic
Genre: SOUL/R & B

Amazon.com:
Perhaps the true test of a classic is this: something that's commonplace now but at the time appeared revolutionary. The notion that a female R&B singer could be as informed by the Real Roxanne as she was by Aretha Franklin, that she could give love to the streets and the roughnecks--while still delivering soul-drenched love songs that came from that wounded womanly space--was, in a word, groundbreaking. It was the sound of the New Jills, and of a new genre, aptly called hip-hop soul. Featuring production from a then-upstart Puffy, and a collection of songs that alternately swagger and seduce--"You Remind Me," "Real Love," "Reminisce"--What's the 411? may not be Blige's finest work (that honor may go to its moody follow-up, My Life). But its ghetto-fied grooves dominated the radio then, and they still sound fierce today, even with a slew of lesser imitators attempting to do what the rough and ready Blige did so effortlessly back in the day. --Amy Linden



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