Mary J. Blige - Artist vocal range | Singing carrots

Mary J. Blige vocal range

According to our database the vocal range of this artist is:

E3 - B5 (2.6 octaves)

Song with the LOWEST pitch:
Take Me As I Am (E3-C#5)
Song with the HIGHEST pitch:
Just Fine (G3-B5)

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Voice types

Based on their range the artist can perform songs for:

Contralto (F3-F5)

Mezzo-soprano (A3-A5)

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More songs by the artist

No More Drama (E3-F#5)
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Everything (F3-C5)
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Be Happy (G3-C5)
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Be Without You (F3-D5)
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Rainy Dayz (G3-D5)
You Know (C4-E5)
Not Gon' Cry (G3-C5)
No One Will Do (G3-C5)
One (G3-G5)
Give Me You (F#3-C#5)
Can't Get Enough (B3-C#5)
MJB Da MVP (F3-D5)
Real Love (A3-G5)
My Life '06 (F3-Eb5)
Doubt (G3-E5)
Father In You (Bb3-Eb5)
Family Affair (G#3-B4)
I'm Going Down (B3-D5)
Baggage (G3-E5)
About You (Bb3-F5)
Mirage (F#3-D5)
Ooh! (C4-C5)
What Love Is (G3-C5)
The Living Proof (F3-Eb5)
Enough Cryin' (G3-D5)

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