Being Mary Jane: Episode 8 Soundtrack

Get familiar with episode 8's soundtrack!

Being Mary Jane: Episode 8 Soundtrack - Episode 8 of Being Mary Jane will have your heart racing from beginning to end and so will these songs that set the mood.   Let's start out with the classical piece "La Giaconda" by Amilcare Ponchielli. The song will make you anxious because of what is going to come next.    (Photo: Wiki Commons)

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Being Mary Jane: Episode 8 Soundtrack - Episode 8 of Being Mary Jane will have your heart racing from beginning to end and so will these songs that set the mood.  Let's start out with the classical piece "La Giaconda" by Amilcare Ponchielli. The song will make you anxious because of what is going to come next.  (Photo: Wiki Commons)

"Wrong Side of a Love Song" - Melanie Fiona - The question is whether or not Mary Jane can live and breathe without Andre... or maybe David. Watch and find out!  (Photo: Jerritt Clark/Getty Images)

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"Wrong Side of a Love Song" - Melanie Fiona - The question is whether or not Mary Jane can live and breathe without Andre... or maybe David. Watch and find out! (Photo: Jerritt Clark/Getty Images)

Golden Girl - The Grammy award-winning singer is the picture of boho chic, adding a cute side braid to her golden blonde blowout and a suede topper to finish the look.  (Photo: BET)

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"Girl From Ipanema" and "Manish Boy" - Erykah Badu - Can you go wrong with Ms. Badu? The answer to that is simply no you absolutely can't!  (Photo: BET)

"Sunshine" - Little Dragon - Little Dragon is back this week with their song "Sunshine." And keep it real everyone, we all need to feel rays of sunshine sometimes to keep on pushing to get what we want and deserve. (Photo: Mark Metcalfe/Getty Images)

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"Sunshine" - Little Dragon - Little Dragon is back this week with their song "Sunshine." And keep it real everyone, we all need to feel rays of sunshine sometimes to keep on pushing to get what we want and deserve. (Photo: Mark Metcalfe/Getty Images)

Solange Knowles, ‏‪@solangeknowles - Tweet: "Badu Kill Em for Givenchy. Just Yes.  ‪@fatbellybella ‪pic.twitter.com/uGVqD4ac4k"Not usually one to endorse high-end clothing lines, fashion killa E. Badu was unveiled as the face of Givenchy's Spring 2014 Collection this past Wednesday (chosen by creative director Riccardo Tisci himself). Solange is getting all types of life as she shares the first look at the campaign, picturing the neo-soul star slaying in the Africa-meets-Asia compilation. #yasshoney #work(Photo: Taylor Hill/WireImage/Getty Images)

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"Losing You" - Solange - "Losing You" is one of the most descriptive and true-to-life break-up songs that you'll ever hear. Solange delivers this song and it is more than part of this episode's soundtrack, it's truly a part of Mary Jane's life.  (Photo: Taylor Hill/WireImage)

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Charles Bradley feat. Menahan Street Band, "The World (Is Going Up in Flames)" - It's OK to shed a tear?the world is ending, after all. Mourn Mother Earth with help from this bluesy, gut-wrenching song from No Time for Dreaming, the 2011 debut from old-school soul revivalist Charles Bradley. (Photo: ALEXANDRE MOREIRA/BRAZIL PHOTO PRESS/AE DPA /LANDOV)

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"Stay Away" - Charles Bradley - Do you think that Mary Jane wants David to stay away? Or does Avery want Mary Jane to stay away? Or maybe Andre and Mary Jane want each other to stay away. All will be revealed during the two-hour season finale! (Photo: ALEXANDRE MOREIRA/BRAZIL PHOTO PRESS/AE DPA /Landov)

Whitney Houston - Letterman had a history of providing a platform for up and coming artists, who were on their way to becoming some of the biggest names in music. In 1985, Whitney Houston released her debut album Whitney, which featured her hit single "Saving All My Love." She was already gaining notoriety for her unprecedented vocals, but her career peaked after she performed the song on the Late Show that same year.(Photo: Joel Ryan/AP Photo, file)

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"I Didn't Know My Own Strength" - Whitney Houston - "I Didn't Know My Own Strength" is one of Whitney Houston's last songs and it's an anthem of strength, positivity and understanding that once you discover the strength you have inside, you are an unstoppable force. (Photo: Joel Ryan/AP Photo file)