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Mary J. Blige’s “You Bring Me Joy” is from her iconic 1994 sophomore album My Life. Sean Combs, Chucky Thompson, and Joel Hailey produced the song, which gets its musical base from a sample of Barry White’s “It’s Ecstasy When You Lay Down Next To Me.” Blige’s ability to singContinue Reading

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Barry White’s “Practice What You Preach” was the height of his ’90s comeback.  The singer had his biggest successes in the ’70s and was lucky for the nostalgia for that era that popped up during the ’90s. White, Gerald Levert and Edwin Nicholas wrote “Practice What You Preach” which landed onContinue Reading

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