Maxwell and Mary J. Blige’s King and Queen of Hearts World Tour will offer fans of these two legendary R&B acts the full spectrum of emotion love and relationships sometimes offer. For over 20 years Maxwell and his sultry, entrancing falsetto have tenderly delivered songs about the wonderings of falling in love, the devotion to a partner and of course the break up. Maxwell’s penchant for downtempo, slow-burning tracks is equaled by the pace he releases music with just five albums released in the last two decades. This summer he released "blackSUMMER’snight," the second installment of a trilogy the singer is working on. Mary J Blige on the other hand is the antithesis of Maxwell. Not only has she released 13 chart-topping albums in the same 20 year period, along with numerous compilations and features, but she’s done so with an over-the-top flair that the understated Maxwell cannot compete with. Ironically, for an artist whose biggest hit to date is “No More Drama,” Blige has made a career out of singing about the pains and heartache of love with an empowering narrative. These two veterans of the stage are guaranteed to deliver a powerful , balanced display of R&B greatness. Also, Blige’s legendary dance moves are not to be missed.