"Love No Limit" is the fourth and final single from 1992's "What's the 411", the debut album from the "Queen of Hip-Hop Soul", Mary J. Blige.
A smooth, jazzy track with a swing feel, the song was co-written and produced by Dave "Jam" Hall, who did a number of other tracks on 411 including "Real Love" and "You Remind Me". Born in the Bronx but raised in Savannah, Georgia, Mary Jane and her family settled in Yonkers. As related in an earlier Styles Report, she was discovered by New Jack Swing artist and A&R Jeff Redd, who sent her recording of Anita Baker's "Caught Up In the Rapture" to Andre Harrell, president and CEO of Uptown Records. In 1989, at the age of 17, MJB was signed to the label as a backup signer for Father MC, the youngest and first female artist.
Mary began working on her debut with Sean "Puffy" Combs. The album title was derived from Mary's former job as a 4-1-1 phone operator. The album featured soulful vocalizations delivered over hip-hop sampled production, with elements of new jack swing.
This resulting combination was termed by Puffy as "hip hop soul" during the promotion of Mary's album. The term stuck, and the album became a critical and commercial hit. It also cemented Mary as the Queen of this new emerging subgenre, which would also include artists like Jodeci, Montell Jordan, TLC, 112, and Total.
Que todo lo que venga sea aun mejor de lo que ya paso y que la vida nos siga encontrando juntas (en donde sea). No se como agradecerte tanta compañía e incondicionalidad durante los ultimos dos años ♥️