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Thursday, May 07, 2020

George Michael - "As (w. Mary J. Blige) (4k Video)" [Pop]

As (w. Mary J. Blige) (4k Video)

"As (w. Mary J. Blige) (4k Video)" music video by George Michael
Added: 07-05-2020
Genre : Pop
Description : George Michael, Mary J. Blige - As (Official 4K Video)

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"As" is a song written and performed by Stevie Wonder from his 1976 album, Songs in the Key of Life. It reached #36 on both the Billboard Hot 100 and Black Singles chart. The song gets its name from the first word of the song.

In 1999, George Michael and Mary J. Blige covered the song for Michael's greatest hits album Ladies & Gentlemen: The Best of George Michael (1998). Released outside the United States as was the second single from the album, it became a top 10 hit in Michael's home country, reaching number four on the UK Singles Chart.

"As" was not released on the US version of the Ladies & Gentlemen or as a single in the US. Michael cited Blige's record company president, Jay Boberg, for pulling the track after Michael's arrest for committing a lewd act in a public restroom. In 2019, Kirk Burrowes, who executive produced Blige's fourth album Mary, told Rated R&B that it was indeed Boberg's decision not to release "As" in the US: "[Boberg] did not want to let George Michael, who initiated that original production, use it as a single in the U.S. to launch his greatest hits album. It pissed everyone off at Sony. It pissed George Michael off. It pissed everyone off, but we couldn't make Jay Boberg bend. He should have put it on the Mary album, but we couldn't put it on the album in the states because he wouldn't let George Michael put it on the Ladies & Gentlemen [album] in the states."

Tags : 1999, 90s, George Michael