Mary J. Blige's 50 Best Songs

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47. "Ooh"

Mary J. Blige and Diddy's revolutionary hip hop soul pairing was first inspired by DJs such as like Ron G and Kid Capri, whose mixtapes featuring blends of R&B acapellas and rap breakbeats were hugely popular in Dinkins-era New York. "Ooh," one of the highlights of Blige's and Combs's reunion on 2003's Love & Life, is a triumphant celebration of those heady days, pairing Mary with Ed O.G.'s 1991 classic "I Gotta Have It."

(Photo: Courtesy Geffen Records)

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