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The No More Drama hitmaker has been married to her manager Kendu Isaacs since 2003, and they have a pact where they agree not to have pals of the opposite sex as she doesn't believe it can 'work' in a marriage.
In an interview with Stella magazine, she revealed: 'All females for me, all guys for him.
She received a Golden Globe Award nomination for her musical contribution to the film The Help.
In 2017, she appeared in the period-drama film Mudbound, directed by Dee Rees, for which she received nominations for the Academy Award and Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress, as well as Best Original Song nods in both award contests for the film's song "Mighty River".
She started her career as a backing singer on Uptown Records in 1989.
In 1992, Blige released her first album, What's the 411? She has released 13 studio albums, eight of which have achieved multi-platinum worldwide sales.
singles on the radio into 1994, as Blige recorded her follow-up album.
With combined sales of more than 5 million albums and singles from her debut album, Blige was the best selling female artist on the Uptown label. On November 29, 1994, Uptown Records/MCA Records released Blige's second album, My Life, to positive reviews.
Blige gained her first two Grammy nominations, and won the Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group for her collaboration with Method Man.Pursuing a musical career, Blige spent a short period of time in a Yonkers band named Pride with band drummer Eddie D'Aprile.In early 1988, she recorded an impromptu cover of Anita Baker's "Caught Up in the Rapture" at a recording booth in the Galleria Mall in White Plains, New York.In 2002, My Life was ranked number 57 on Blender Blige involved herself in several outside projects, recording a cover of Aretha Franklin's "(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman" for the soundtrack to the FOX series New York Undercover, and "Everyday It Rains" (co-written by R&B singer Faith Evans) for the soundtrack to the hip hop documentary, The Show.Later in the year, she recorded the Babyface-penned and produced "Not Gon' Cry", for the soundtrack to the motion picture Waiting to Exhale.