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Maxwell (US)

Maxwell (born in Brooklyn, New York on May 23, 1973) is a Grammy Award Winning American R&B artist. He was enormously important in defining and shaping the soul sub-genre, neo-soul, over the latter half of the '90s. He recorded some of the most ambitious R&B of his time, becoming wildly popular and often earning critical raves in the process. What was more, his recurring theme of romantic monogamy set him apart from the vast majority of his bump'n'grind lover-man contemporaries.

Maxwell capitalized on his breakthrough with the MTV Unplugged EP, taken from his live MTV performance. It attracted attention and acclaim outside the R&B community with the left-field cover choices "This Woman's Work" (by Kate Bush) and "Closer" (by N...

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Mary J. Blige (US)

Mary Jane Blige (born January 11, 1971 in Bronx, New York, United States), spent the first few years of her life in Savannah, GA, before moving with her mother and older sister to the Schlobam housing projects in Yonkers, New York). Some of her best known songs are Real Love, No More Drama, Family Affair, Be Without You, I'm goin' down, One, Work that, Mr. Wrong, As, Therapy, Right Now; the latest two included on her thirteenth studio album, "The London Sessions" released in 2014.

Her 1992 debut album, "What's The 411?" was recorded with Sean "Puffy" Combs, Dave Hall, Mark Morales and Mark Rooney. It was followed by "My Life" in 1994. "Share My World" marked the beginning of Blige's creative partnerships with Jimmy Jam and Ter...

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