MARIAH CAREY’s official remixes/unreleased songs made available for the first time to stream

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Mariah Carey Continues 30th Anniversary Celebration 

Official Remixes and Unreleased Songs Made Available For The First Time on Streaming Sites

Plus Newly Remastered HD Versions Of Her Iconic Videos.

Award-winning international superstar, songwriter, singer and best-selling author Mariah Carey is continuing the celebration of her 30th Anniversary (#MC30) as a recording artist with the release of numerous digital EPs from her groundbreaking album catalogs from UMe, a division of Universal Music Group.  The EPs consist of remixes and bonus materials from various albums including CharmbraceletThe Emancipation of MimiE=MC2Memoirs of an imperfect Angel and Me. I am Mariah…The Elusive Chanteusewill be released according to the album they were originally recorded for.  The first EPs released will be from Charmbracelet on January 22.
 
Also available are seventeen of her spectacular and innovative videos directed by award-winning film directors including Sanaa HamriDavid LaChapelle, and Hype Williams. These videos are newly remastered and will be released in HD.  The first three videos will also be released on January 22 alongside the Charmbracelet coinciding tracks.
 
Carey’s recently released #1 New York Times Best Selling memoir, The Meaning of Mariah Carey, is a deep dive into Carey’s intimate journey of survival and resilience, facing complex issues of race, identity, class, and trauma during her journey to monumental success. The book has been featured on Best Books of 2020 lists for The Guardian, The AtlanticThe TimesNPR and Rolling Stone to name a few.

January 22 – Charmbracelet
Tracks:
Charmbracelet
The One
I Only Wanted One
Bringin On The Heartbreak
Through The Rain
Boy I Need You

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