Share My World - Mary J. Blige

Share My World

Mary J. Blige

  • Genre: R&B/Soul
  • Release Date: 1997-01-01
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 17
  • A Geffen Records Release; ℗ 1997 UMG Recordings, Inc.

Share My World ◷ preview

Title Artist Time
Intro Mary J. Blige 1:24
I Can Love You (feat. Lil' Kim Mary J. Blige 4:46
Love Is All We Need (feat. Nas Mary J. Blige 4:14
Round and Round Mary J. Blige 4:24
Share My World Mary J. Blige 0:30
Share My World Mary J. Blige 5:07
Seven Days (feat. George Benso Mary J. Blige 5:09
It's On (feat. R. Kelly) Mary J. Blige 4:42
Thank You Lord Mary J. Blige 0:44
Missing You Mary J. Blige 4:16
Everything Mary J. Blige 4:59
Keep Your Head Mary J. Blige 3:48
Can't Get You Off My Mind (fea Mary J. Blige 4:39
Get to Know You Better Mary J. Blige 4:32
Searching (feat. Roy Ayers) Mary J. Blige 5:05
Our Love Mary J. Blige 5:21
Not Gon' Cry Mary J. Blige 4:54


  • Love you, love you

    By Momentumcon
    God Bless you MJB for these memories and that voice
  • ILuvMusic

    By KJOYMusic
    Great album 💿 MS Mary! This entire album hooked me as a forever fan of yours. Cheers
  • ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

    By BlackExcellence007
  • Not Goin Cry

    By SusanRoseFive8
    Mary J. .......what can I say? She has such a classy voice and she is a classy lady! Could listen to her for years!
  • This Record 📣

    By Tony "TBizzle" Battle
    This very album is why 🎼🎵🎧 is tattooed on my ♥️
  • Love it

    By Firelady69
    I remember being a little girl singing her songs not knowing anything about love. But I felt her feelings through her songs. Mary is truest one of my favorite singers. This album was beautiful. It’s overlooked now a days by artists that are in it for the fame not cause they truly love making music. God bless Mary J Blidge.
  • Resident Apple Critic shouldn't come at Queen Mary with this foolishness

    By The Skinny Critic
    Mary J. Blige wasn't the 2d coming of Chaka Khan, just like like Chaka Khan wasn't the 2d coming of anyone else. Both are supernovas of the soul music continuum, and Mary is almost into her 3rd decade of a very strong and unerring career. Let's also disabuse the Apple critic of the notion of 411 being an uneven debut. From start to finish, It is arguably the best R&B album of all time. Added to that, it was also the first and best fusion of R&B and Hip-Hop to date, nearly 30 years later, a formula that artists have been emulating ever since (TLC, Keyshia Cole, Beyonce, Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus, Beyonce, Drake, Lizzo, the list goes on) As for Share my World, it was a fantastic release, one of Queen Mary's finest efforts, a bit more melodic than My Life, more organic than 411, while perhaps lacking the sizzle of the former and the depth of the latter, though admittedly, its hard to go deeper than My Life. The warmth of Share My World however, has staying power. A good example is the title track or "Everything". Mary's gift is nourishing your soul while baring hers, a trick that not many can pull off because it's not a trick at all. Queen Mary has enough heart for everyone.