Monday, October 22, 2007


Beyonce is not the only R&B songstress in Africa over the weekend. The self-proclaimed Queen of Hip-Hop Soul Mary J Blige serenaded thousands of South Africans in Cape Town. MJB performed a medley of her hits like "Family Affair", " Share My World", and "Touch It (Remix)" at the Coca-Cola Dome in Johannesburg. Here's what went down:

"...The songstress treated her fans to old favourites like I'm Going Down, Share My World and You Are Everything, but rendered versions of these classics that had not been heard before. Her two-hour performance included motivational words that she said applied to all aspects of her life. "You can't hold a good woman down and I don't let people's opinions of me get me down," said the star as tears streamed down her face. [CONTINUE READING...]

Here's a clip of MJB performing "Touch It" and "Family Affair" in Capetown:

As you can tell, South Africans sang along with the Grammy Award winning singer and they seem to be enjoying MJB's performance. And here's another clip with a handful of South Africans reacting to MJB being in their country. Click here to see the clip.

[feels good 2 b home]

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