Mariah Carey: 'Artists aren't going to need labels much in the future'

The idea for Mariah Carey’s 14th album ‘Me. I Am Mariah... The Elusive Chanteuse’, it seems, has been years in the making. The title comes from a painting she created as a small child. “On the back cover of this album is a personal treasure,” the singer told fans in a YouTube reveal at the beginning of the month. “This is my first and only self portrait. I drew it when I was three and a half and entitled it: ...

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