It's not over! The "Month of Mary" is still going strong as we celebrate Mary J. Blige's tremendous impact on the music world by taking us on a journey through hers. The Queen of Hip Hop Soul had conquered more than 18 years of fashion while becoming a the go-to-gal for some of the best in Hip Hop collaborations and videos.
If you dig deeper in the crates, you will discover Mary at the helm of "Let No Man Put Asunder," her rendition of one of the most definitive disco/house music-prototype jams ever created. The original was recorded by First Choice in 1977 and mixed by Frankie Knuckles, aka "The Father of House Music." Keeping with the tradition of dance music excellence, Mary joined forces with Chicago-based House legend, Maurice Joshua, to cook up an interpretation that maintains the energy of the '70s with a soulful grit that is inexplicably Mary.