What a momentous occasion it is to celebrate 50 years of the multi-talented artist, actress and philanthropist Mary J. Blige with an ode to her fabulous boots and classic bops over the years. This iconic R&B songstress has consistently given us bop after bop since her career’s conception in 1991. She has since released 13 studio albums, eight of which have achieved multi-platinum worldwide sales. Mary J. Blige is one of music’s most reputable talents leaving her heart on every record she touches. Beyond her musical contributions, the Bronx-bred talent has delivered in some of our favorite show’s like Netflix’s Umbrella Academy and Power Book II: Ghost as the beloved and fierce character Aunty Monet. No matter the role or record, Mary J. Blige is sure to set it out with a powerful boot moment. We’re actually still waiting on her personal thigh high boots collection to hit the market.
Check out a gallery of our favorite boot looks and boppin’ hooks from the icon as we celebrate 50 years of life:
A Gallery of Boots And Bops: Celebrating 50 Years of Mary J. Blige was originally published on globalgrind.com
1. Mary Invented The Thigh High Boot
Happy Birthday to the Queen of Hip Hop Soul & BOOTS 👢— Jessica Fyre 💫 (@TheJessieWoo) January 11, 2021
Mary J Blige 🎉🎂🎈🎁 pic.twitter.com/x4iPGDLnQK
2. “All That I Can Say” Is What A Fit
a song for sunday 🌹 mary j. blige performing the GREAT “all that i can say” with lauryn hill on “the queen latifah show” in 1999.— maya cade (@mayascade) December 20, 2020
a perfect song. a perfect performance. pic.twitter.com/8pOvl6ylGx
3. The Boots Are Key to Mary’s Legendary Dance Moves
Happy Birthday Queen 😩🤎 pic.twitter.com/1vHaEwY0e8— mary j blige’s boots (@saakaii_) January 11, 2021
4. DPWH She Is Not One of Them
5. Fringe Is “Just Fine”
6. A Printed Boot Okay!
7. Who Needs Pants When You Have Boots
8. Mary’s Not New To This
9. Go Mary, Go Mary!
Happy 50th birthday to the Queen of Hip-Hop Soul, Mary J. Blige! I hope you doing a little extra dance today to celebrate! https://t.co/AA6BVIv4fI— . (@hosthetics) January 11, 2021