A file picture taken on February 11, 2014, shows US singer Mary J. Blige performing during a State Dinner at the White House in Washington DC. AFP PHOTO / BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/FILES
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Award-winning US singer Mary J. Blige told AFP she was hoping to broaden her audience with her soulful new album "London Sessions" and revealed she wants to write an autobiography."It sort of blew up over here in London," said the 43-year-old, a nine-time Grammy Award winner who has already sold 50 million records around the world.She sang a few songs from her new album at a concert in London -- the only one in Europe this year -- in which the "Queen of R'n'B" turned soul diva with the more melodic tracks.
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