Mary J. Blige celebrated the anniversary of her album, What’s The 411?, yesterday.

In honor of its release on July 28, 1992- check out this list of 25 of her most legendary Hip Hop features (in no particular order):

1. Mary J. Blige & Grand Puba- “What’s The 411?”

(Mary J. even dropped bars)

2. Mary J. Blige & Ghostface Killah- “All That I Got Is You”

(Shout out to that “sugar water”)

3. Mary J. Blige & Method Man- “You’re All I Need”

(Mary J. Blige earned her first Grammy with this one)

“Like sweet morning dew, I took one look at you, and it was plain to see you were my destiny…”

4. Mary J. Blige & Jay Z- “Can’t Knock The Hustle”

5. Mary J. Blige & Eve- “Not Today”

(This track comes from the Barbershop 2: Back In Business soundtrack)

6. Mary J. Blige & Father MC- “I’ll Do 4 You”

(This was the track that led to Mary J. Blige being discovered by P. Diddy)

7. Mary J. Blige & Drake- “Mr. Wrong”

8. Mary J. Blige & Ja Rule- “Rainy Days”

(The two even performed this one at the BET Awards in 2002)

9. Mary J. Blige & The Notorious B.I.G.- “Real Love (Remix)”

10. Mary J. Blige & Smif-N-Wessun- “I Love You (Remix)”

11. Mary J. Blige, Jadakiss, & Fabolous- “Family Affair (Remix)”

12. Mary J. Blige & Nas- “Love Is All I Need”

13. Mary J. Blige & The LOX- “Can’t Get You Off My Mind”

14. Mary J. Blige & C.L. Smooth- “Reminisce (Remix)”

(This was one of the many features on her What’s The 411? Remix album)

15. Mary J. Blige, Case, & Foxy Brown- “Touch Me, Tease Me”

16. Mary J. Blige & Common- “Come Close”

17.  Mary J. Blige & Ludacris-“Runaway Love”

18. Mary J. Blige & Dr. Dre- “The Message”

“Listen…if you wonder why I live my life the way that I do…”

19. Mary J. Blige & T.I.- “Remember Me”

“Don’t forget to remember me…”

20. Mary J. Blige & Meek Mill- “Who You’re Around”

21. Mary J. Blige & Kanye West- “Love Yourself”

22. Mary J. Blige & Talib Kweli- “I Try”

23. Mary J. Blige, Quavo, Missy Elliott, & DJ Khaled- “Glow Up”

“You know you had this one comin’…”

24. Mary J. Blige & Kendrick Lamar- “Now or Never”

25. Mary J. Blige & Lil’ Kim- “I Can Love You”

Clearly, I’m still celebrating this “Queen of Hip Hop Soul”. Thanks for What’s The 411?, Mary J. Blige.

Thanks for your contributions to Hip Hop too.