Being Mary Jane: Episode 5 Soundtrack

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Being Mary Jane: Episode 5 Soundtrack - It looks like Being Mary Jane can't get enough of Nina Simone and this week we feature her song "I Want a Little Sugar in My Bowl" to start the episode strong and set the tone of episode 5.(Photo: David Redfern/Redferns/Getty Images)

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"Elusive" - Lianne La Havas - "Elusive" by Lianne La Havas has a lot of meaning in this episode considering the situations that Mary Jane, David, Andre and Paul Jr. all find themselves wrapped up in.(Photo: Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images for Soho House)

"Just Met Me" - Poly Rob - In case you're unfamiliar with Poly Rob, now is the time to check them and their song "Just Met Me" out. We've all be in love, out of love and somewhere inbetween, so don't act like you can't relate.(Photo: 319 Music Group)

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"Just Met Me" - Poly Rob - In case you're unfamiliar with Poly Rob, now is the time to check them and their song "Just Met Me" out. We've all be in love, out of love and somewhere inbetween, so don't act like you can't relate.(Photo: 319 Music Group)

"You Know My Steez" - Gang Starr announced their first album in four years with "You Know My Steez," proving that, although Premo had worked with Nas, Notorious B.I.G. and Jay-Z in the interim, even those greats didn't have the indescribable chemistry that the superproducer did with Guru. Premo's opening adlib ("It's the real...hip hop") became an official rallying cry for purists in an era obsessed with bling, shiny suits and million-dollar videos.(Photo: Courtesy Virgin Records)

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"Work" - Gangstarr - Gangstarr's tunes are all classic, so you shouldn't be surprised that their song "Work" showed up in this week's soundtrack.(Photo: Courtesy of Virgin Records)

"Closer" - Natalie Olivieri - Whether you want to reach a goal, or a person that is two steps too far from you, Natalie Olivieri's "Closer" matches the running themes of Being Mary Jane flawlessly.(Photo: NatalieOliveri.com)

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"Closer" - Natalie Olivieri - Whether you want to reach a goal, or a person that is two steps too far from you, Natalie Olivieri's "Closer" matches the running themes of Being Mary Jane flawlessly.(Photo: NatalieOliveri.com)

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"There Goes My Baby" and "Gin and Juice" (covers) - Motion Picture Unit - A live band covering Usher's "There Goes My Baby" and Snoop's "Gin and Juice"? Yes, please! Just thank Motion Picture Unit for being so smooth with it.  (Photo: Crush House Media)

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"There Goes My Baby" and "Gin and Juice" (covers) - Motion Picture Unit - A live band covering Usher's "There Goes My Baby" and Snoop's "Gin and Juice"? Yes, please! Just thank Motion Picture Unit for being so smooth with it. (Photo: Crush House Media)

Stacy Barthe, 'To Be Loved' - Troy scared Kita into meeting him at the airport just to surprise her with a weekend getaway. If that isn't love, we don't know what is!(Photo: Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for BET)

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"Extraordinary Love" - Stacy Barthe - "Extraordinary Love" by Stacy Barthe can describe Mary Jane's feelings for David or Andre, but we want to know who you would connect such a deep song too. The lover or the ex-boyfriend that got away?(Photo: Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for BET)

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