Mary J. Blige’s top 10 songs. 25 years ago, on November 29, 1994 the Queen of Hip Hop Soul, Mary J. Blige dropped her album, My Life. Let’s check out her top 10 songs, according to the Billboard Hot 100 Chart.
Mary J. Blige and Her Top 10 Songs on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart
#1 – FAMILY AFFAIR
Family Affair was on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart for 41 weeks. Reaching the top of the charts back in 2001, Family Affair stayed at #1 for 6 weeks.
#2 – RUNAWAY LOVE (Ludacris featuring Mary J. Blige)
Featured on Runaway Love with Ludacris, this hit song peaked at #2 in 2007 and remained on the charts for 20 weeks.
#3 – NOT GON’ CRY (from Waiting to Exhale)
Also peaking at #2, this gem was a part of the mega successful soundtrack to Waiting to Exhale. In 1996, it held down the chart for 20 weeks.
#4 – BE WITHOUT YOU
Spending 33 weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 List, it peaked at #3 in 2006.
#5 – I’LL BE THERE FOR YOU / YOU’RE ALL I NEED TO GET BY (Method Man featuring Mary J. Blige)
Making it’s way to #3 on the charts, Blige was featured on Method Man’s Need to Get By and also stayed on the listing for 20 weeks in 1995.
#6 – REAL LOVE
Real Love stayed around on the charts for 31 weeks, reaching #7 in 1992.
#7 – RAINY DAYZ (featuring Ja Rule)
In 2002, Rainy Dayz found it’s way on the charts and stayed there for 20 weeks, making it as high as #12.
#8 – NO MORE DRAMA
Also in 2002, No More Drama peaked at #15 and also stayed on the charts for 20 weeks.
#9 – JUST FINE
Climbing to the #22 spot, Just Fine stayed on the charts for 22 weeks in 2008.
#10 – I’M GOING DOWN
Also reaching #22, I’m Going Down kept Blige on the Billboard Hot 100 chart for 14 weeks in 1995.
So there you have it, her top 10 songs.
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