Mary J. Blige has revealed the lengths she goes to in order to keep her voice in top condition and her tips include wearing neck scarves, avoiding air conditioning and making sure she doesn't "yell at anybody" before a show.
The No More Drama hitmaker has a set pre-performance routine and she goes to immense effort to make sure her vocal cords are in perfect shape before she goes on stage.
She tells the New York Post, "Humidifier. No air-conditioner on show day. Drink lots of water. Wear neck scarves. Do warm-ups. Don't yell at anybody. My voice coach gives me a CD, so I practice those lessons before I go on stage. The throat gets tired. You get hoarse. There's reflux. Sleeping, you burn up your vocal cord. You must care about that. It's a muscle. It needs fine tuning.
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