Mariah Carey Teases Secret '90s Grunge Album Release

Mariah Carey Teases Secret ’90s Grunge Album Release

Mariah Carey wants us to see her secret project.

In an episode of the “Rolling Stone Music Now” podcast on Friday — the 25th anniversary of his hit album “Butterfly” — The “Honey” singer has teased that the original version of her elusive 1995 grunge album will see a release soon.

Carey first mentioned the under-wraps project in the memories 2020”The meaning of Mariah Carey”, finally spilling the beans on her participation.

The album was released as someone’s ugly daughter” under the band name “Chick” in 1995, with Carey singing uncredited backups on tracks inspired by groups like Hole and Green Day.

But she told Rolling Stone who has released the initial version featuring his own lead vocals, and plans to release it, with some new tweaks.

“I think this unearthed version will become, yes, something that we should hear,” he said.

The 53-year-old hinted that she is collaborating with an undisclosed person for the new release.

“I’m working on a version of something where there will also be another artist working with me,” he said.

At a time in the ’90s when she “had no freedom,” the singer would blow off steam after working long days in the studio writing and recording the album.

“That was my freedom, to make that record,” the Grammy winner said.

Carey also shared that she had received some criticism for her grunge lyrics.

“Honestly, I wanted to put the record out back then under, you know, the same pseudonym, just put it out and say, you know, whatever, let them find out it’s me,” he said. the podcast “But that idea was trampled and crushed.”

In 2020, the vocalist took to Twitter to announce your search for the original recording.

“I’m on a quest to discover my lead vocal version of this album and I won’t stop until we find it! I’m so happy that we get to experience this together hahaha!” she tweeted at the time.

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