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Mariah Carey Releases Power Ballad ‘Infinity’ — Listen

Mon, April 27, 2015 9:36am EDT by 2 Comments

All rise for Mimi! The pop icon has just released a new song for ‘Infinity’ and it’ll have you feeling all kinds of empowered– an immediate must listen!

Bow down to the queen! Mariah Carey is set to release an entire album of her number 1 Billboard songs– ya know, because she has had an incredible 18 of them! Along with all of her greatest hits, the album titled Mariah Carey #1 To Infinity also features a brand new song, titled simply Infinity. The track was released on Apr. 27 ahead of the full album release on May 18. In other words, what are you still doing here? Listen to the amazing new song right now!

Mariah Carey’s ‘Infinity’ — New Single

Show ’em how it’s done Mariah.

In her brand new song Infinity, Mimi is totally returning to her roots, complete with throwback lyrics and the powerhouse vocals which made the superstar just that.

A sample: “Outta amo/Gotta reload. If life was a game/You’re a free-throw.” Classic.

Mariah Carey, Legend

Mariah Carey #1 To Infinity reunites Mariah with Epic chairman and CEO Antona “L.A.” Reid, who previously worked with the songstress on her 2005 comeback album The Emancipation of Mimi. In a statement, Antona expressed how excited he was to be working with the legend once again. “I couldn’t be more thrilled to be back together again with Mariah. There is really no one who comes close to Mariah as both a songwriter and a singer, and as the world knows, her vocal range is legendary and truly incomparable.”

We couldn’t agree more!

Prior to the album’s official release, Mariah will begin a string of performances as part of a residency in Las Vegas’s Caesars Palace. Beginning on May 6, Mariah will perform a confirmed 18 performances, running through May 26.

Also, make sure to check out her new Funny or Die video that has a special appearance from Jeff Beacher of Beacher’s Madhouse fame here!

What do you think of Infinity? Do you like the old school throwback?

— Casey Mink