Blige Feeling 'Fine' On New Single, Album

Mary J. Blige has unveiled "Just Fine," the first single from her upcoming Geffen album, "Growing Pains." Produced by Christopher "Tricky" Stewart and Jazze Pha, the uptempo track comes ahead of the N

Mary J. Blige has unveiled "Just Fine," the first single from her upcoming Geffen album, "Growing Pains." Produced by Christopher "Tricky" Stewart and Jazze Pha, the uptempo track comes ahead of the Nov. 27 release of "Growing Pains," the follow-up to 2005's acclaimed "The Breakthrough."

Little other information about the new album has yet been announced beyond contributions from Sean Garrett, Rodney Jerkins and Bryan-Michael Cox, who won a Grammy Award for co-writing Blige's hit "Be Without You."

That was one of several smashes from "The Breakthrough," which has shifted 2.96 million units in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan.

A week after "Growing Pains" arrives, Blige will be heard guesting on Wyclef Jean's new album, "Carnival II: Memoirs of an Immigrant," which is due Dec. 4 via Columbia.