Blige started her own musical career in 1992, releasing her multi-platinum-selling debut album, What's the 411 on MCA and Uptown Records. The album gave Blige her first Billboard 200 top ten album, and has since launched an additional 12 studio albums in the top ten on this chart. Among Blige's most popular songs to date are \"Family Affair\", \"Real Love\", \"Not Gon' Cry\" and \"Be Without You\". Blige has had four Billboard Hot 100 top-ten singles as a lead artist in the United States, and has had a total of sixteen top-forty charting singles in the United States. She has had forty-two singles charting on the Billboard Hot 100, making Blige one of the best-performing artists to date on the chart.
Like all goth-influenced artists, Chelsea Wolfe has a strong sense of the dramatic. The coiled-up body on the cover of her 2017 album embodies all the personal changes the songs deal with.
Want to know how revolutionary Elvis was in Fifties America Irving Berlin, the author of \"White Christmas,\" was so scandalized by Elvis's 1957 version of the song that he tried to get it banned from radio. Sorry, Irv. Instead, Elvis' Christmas Album topped the Billboard charts for a month and went on to sell nearly 20 million copies in various editions. It's a wonderful mix of lighthearted rock & roll (\"Santa Bring My Baby Back to Me\"), reverent versions of traditional favorites (\"O Little Town of Bethlehem\") and nods to his country and gospel roots (\"Take My Hand, Precious Lord\"). The classic, of course, is \"Blue Christmas.\" But on every song, Elvis ingeniously adds a suggestive thrust to a lilywhite genre while slightly purifying his own bad-boy image by showing he could warm your hearth as well as roast your chestnuts. 59ce067264