Mariah Carey Releases ‘Infinity,’ Which Is Basically A ’90s Break-up Ballad

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Mariah Carey’s greatest hits album, “Mariah Carey #1 To Infinity,” will feature only one new track and it debuted Sunday night on iTunes, Spotify and YouTube. Titled “Infinity,” it’s a (somewhat cheesy) break-up ballad, featuring Carey’s signature breathy vocals and super high notes.

The album, and this track, is part of a reunion collaboration between Carey and Epic CEO L.A. Reid, who produced her best-selling album “The Emancipation of Mimi,” and the campaign to promote her#1 to Infinity show at Las Vegas’ Caesars Palace. “Infinity” — and its accompanying lyric video — is a little hokey, but it’s a total reminder of Carey’s ’90s-era glitter-heavy star power. Bonus: there are butterflies.

Source: huffingtonpost

Written by: New Generation Radio

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