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What's The 411? Remix
Remix album by Mary J. Blige
December 7, 1993
Producer Tim "Buttnaked" Dawg
(, Tony Dofat, Teddy Riley, Darrin Whittington, Kenny Kornegay, Daddy-O, Tumblin' Dice, 3rd Eye, Mark Sparks, Dave Hall, Sean "Puffy" Combs, Devantè Swing exec.)
Mary J. Blige chronology
Singles from What's the 411? Remix
" You Don't Have to Worry"
Released: October 19, 1993
" My Love"
Released: May 28, 1994
is an album by American recording artist What's the 411? Remix Mary J. Blige released on December 7, 1993 by Uptown/ MCA Records. Executive-produced by "Buttnaked" Tim Dawg, the album features remixes of tracks from Blige's critically acclaimed debut album by producers such as Diddy, Teddy Riley, Craig Mack, Heavy D, The Notorious B.I.G., and K-Ci Hailey. The album received favorable reviews and debuted at number 118 on the US and at number 22 on the Billboard 200 Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart.
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"Real Love (Remix)" contains a
sample of "Superman Theme" as performed by Leon Klatzkin, "Clean Up Woman" as performed by Betty Wright, "Hihache" as performed by Lafayette Afro Rock Band, and "So Wat Cha Sayin'" as performed by EPMD. "Love No Limit (Puffy's Remix)" contains a sample of "Risin' to the Top" as performed by
Keni Burke. "You Don't Have to Worry (Remix Main with Rap)" contains a sample of "
Ode to Billie Joe" as performed by Lou Donaldson. "What's the 411? (Remix)" contains a sample of "Superman Lover" as performed by
Johnny "Guitar" Watson. "Reminisce (Bad Boy Remix)" contains a sample of "New Generation" as performed by The Classical Two and "They Reminisce Over You (T.R.O.Y.)" as performed by
Pete Rock & C.L. Smooth.
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