Mary J. Blige is a music icon, and on Friday, she earned another accolade as she was inducted into the Apollo Theater’s Walk of Fame.
The Bronx-born Blige first performed at the famed Harlem venue in 1990, as a backup singer to rapper Father MC during “Showtime at the Apollo.” She has since performed at the Apollo several times.
Blige has released more than a dozen studio albums. She has won nine Grammy Awards and has received an Academy Award nomination, and has been hailed as the most successful female R&B and hip-hop artist of the past 25 years
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