However, Blige isn't doing the interviewing for her Amazon teaming. Instead, she'll be telling her own story decades after the release of one of her most personal albums, "My Life." The singer will discuss the record and her journey in a documentary for Amazon Prime Video. Blige will also discuss her battle with abuse, drugs and heartbreak in the untitled effort, Deadline reported. The doc, which Blige will produce with Sean "Diddy" Combs, will follow her concert tour to perform "My Life" for the first time since 1994.