Mariah Carey's New Album Title + Tracklist Is All Kinds Of Weird
The diva went with 'Me. I Am Mariah… The Elusive Chanteuse' as her new album title...?
When it comes to Mariah Carey's music, you know to expect a total diva busting out track after track of extremely dramatic song titles and intense vocal runs. The fourteenth studio album from miss MC -- which has been put on the back-burner for months now -- FINALLY has a release date of Tuesday, May 27th, and Mimi revealed the album's title and track list to her Lambs.
Me. I Am Mariah... The Elusive Chanteuse is the title Mariah decided to go with, and we gotta say, we didn't expect any less from the legendary pop performer. There's a method to the singer's madness, though: in a YouTube clip she recently uploaded, you can find out the secret behind the album title that explains its total weirdness. But first, have a look at the songs that will make up her forthcoming LP: can you believe her kids Roc 'N Roe got a feature?
3. "Dedicated" (ft. Nas)
6. "Make It Look Good"
7. "You're Mine (Eternal)"
8. "You Don't Know What to Do" (ft. Wale)
9. "Supernatural" (ft. "Dembabies" a.k.a. Ms. Monroe & Mr. Moroccan Scott Cannon a.k.a. Roc 'N Roe)
12. "Money ($ * / ...)" (ft. Fabolous)
13. "One More Try"
14. "Heavenly (No Ways Tired/Can't Give Up Now)"
15. "It's a Wrap" (ft. Mary J. Blige)
16. "Betcha Gon Know" (ft. R. Kelly)
17. "The Art of Letting Go"
18. "Me. I Am Mariah... The Elusive Chanteuse"
The video below has Mariah herself explaining how the title of her record came from a drawing she did of herself when she was three and a half: watch!
Are you looking forward to Mariah Carey's wackily-titled upcoming LP? Let us know in the comments.
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