Mary J. Blige releases her debut album : ‘What’s the 411?’ featuring ‘You Remind Me’ and ‘Real Love’ (1992)

Mary J. Blige‘s ‘What’s the 411?’ feat. ‘You Remind Me’ & ‘Real Love’ is her debut album released on July 28, 1992 by Uptown, Mca.

Track Listing : 1.Leave A Message (Sean “Puffy” Combs, Tony Dofat) – 03:38 . 2.Reminisce (Kenny “G-Love” Greene, Dave Hall) – 05:24 . 3.Real Love (Mark Morales, Mark C. Rooney) – 04:32 . 4.You Remind Me (Dave Hall, Eric Milteer) – 04:19 . 5.Intro Talk (Tony Dofat, Busta Rhymes) – 02:17 . 6.Sweet Thing (Khan, Tony Maiden) – 03:46 . 7.Love No Limit (Kenny “G-Love” Greene, Dave Hall) – 05:01 . 8.I Don’T Want To Do Anything (Devante Swing) – 05:52 . 9.Slow Down (Rooney, Morales, Joseph E. Keeley) – 04:33 . 10.My Love (Kenny “G-Love” Greene, Dave Hall) – 04:14 . 11.Changes I’Ve Been Going Through (Sean “Puffy” Combs, Mark Morales, Mark C. Rooney) – 05:15 . 12.What’S The 411? (Tony Dofat, M. Dixon) – 04:13

Musicians : Mary J. Blige – Vocals . Trevor “Busta Rhymes” Tahiem Smith, Jr. – Vocals On (5) . Cedric “K-Ci” Hailey – Vocal Harmony On (8) . Dave Hall – Drums, Keyboards . Kurt Juice – Drums . Mark Morales – Drum Machine . Darryl Pearson – Multi-Instruments . Gordon Picket – Programming . Mark C. Rooney – Keyboards, Background Vocals . Terri Robinson – Background Vocals . C. L. Smooth – Background Vocals . Devante Swing – Keyboards, Multi-Instruments . Christopher Williams – Background Vocals . Tabitha Brace – Background Vocals . Tony Dofat – Background Vocals . Grand Puba – Background Vocals, Vocal Harmony On (12) . Billy Lawrence – Background Vocals . Little Shawn – Background Vocals

Production : Produced By Mark Morales, Mark C. Rooney, Dave Hall, Devante Swing, Tony Dofat, Puff Daddy . Jamie Brown – Engineer . Steven Ett – Engineer . Mike Fonda – Engineer . Andy Grassi – Engineer . Andre Harrell – Engineer . Tony Maserati – Engineer . David Kennedy – Engineer . Clark Kent – Engineer

Video Director(s) : Marcus Raboy for “Marcus Raboy” . Millicent Shelton for “Love No Limit”

Recorded In 1991–1992.

Released On July 28, 1992 By Uptown, Mca.

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In the ensuing years, Mary J. Blige has become a bona fide superstar in the music world. The “Queen of Hip Hop Soul” has branched out into pop superstardom and her loyal fan base is huge. What’s the 411?, the album that started it all, is the masterpiece debut all singers would love to have. […]

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Propelled by the huge hit single “Real Love,” which is light New Jill Swing with a catchy piano hook but not much opportunity for Blige to show off her considerable vocal prowess. But she shines on the slower, more soulful numbers: […]


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