It does not matter where or when it is, Mary J. Blige will be more than willing to reunite with Method Man once again.
At present, the talented duo is showcasing their acting chops in the movie “Power Book II: Ghost,” in which Blige stars as the character Monet and Meth plays the role of the character Davis MacLean. It is hard to dispute, however, that fans have not forgotten just how magical it was when the duo collaborated on one of the most popular songs of the era entitled ‘One Direction’, another #1 hit in 1995 “You’re All I Need To Get By/I’ll Be There For You.”
In addition to being evergreen, the record has remained relevant for more than two decades now, proving to be a versatile piece of music. Originally, the Wu-Tang Clan track was produced by RZA from Wu-Tang Clan, and the remixed version was released to radio by the Chairman Sean “Diddy” Combs and member of the Trackmasters as part of a joint project with the Trackmasters. The 38th Grammy Awards were held on September 25, 2008, and Meth and his mash-up of the Tammi Terrell and Marvin Gaye classic, “You’re All I Need To Get By,” for their mash-up of the classic R&B hit “All I Need Is You,” received the Grammy Award for the Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group for the song s mash-up. However, this has been the first time the singer and emcee have performed together since the song was released. As part of the festival’s celebration of the Strength of a Woman Festival & Summit hosted by Mary J. Blige, both artists performed together at the concert in Atlanta, Georgia last May as part of Blige’s performance.
Nevertheless, by now, the time has now come for the “Good Morning Gorgeous” singer as well as the “C.R.E.A.M.” song lyricist to reunite once again. “If they say yes, we will go into the studio and do it as soon as we get the go-ahead,” Blige told Deadline when asked by the publication if a collaboration between her and Jay-Z was a possibility either for “Power” or an LP.
As for Mary J. Blige and the host of “The Wine Down with Mary J. Blige,” the actress and singer said that working together has been nothing short of a joy. “It’s just so much fun to see my friend on a set, and it’s so much fun to laugh along with her. In addition, she told the publication that when they yell “cut,” “we’re always giggling about something,” she said. The two stars have each received recognition for their work on the series that 50 Cent co-created with them. The NAACP Image Awards of 2022 were bestowed on them for their respective achievements in the category of Outstanding Supporting Actor/Actress in a Drama Series. The same category Meth won at this year’s ceremony resulted in his third image trophy, bringing him to a total of three trophies so far.