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Mariah Carey Unlocks Her Vaults and Celebrates 30th Anniversary of Her Sensational Career as a Singer & Songwriter with Digital EPs, Rare Audio, Video & Photos Coming Every Friday

#MC30 Festivities Launch Today with The Live Debut – 1990 Digital EP

Mariah Carey Unlocks Her Vaults and Celebrates 30th Anniversary of  Her Sensational Career as a Singer & Songwriter with Digital EPs, Rare Audio, Video & Photos Coming Every FridayNew York, N.Y. – July 17, 2020 – Mariah Carey is launching #MC30 today, a weekly celebration of her expansive catalog, to commemorate the 30th anniversary of her first album release and career beginnings. 

Every Friday, Carey will be unlocking items from her personal vault to treat fans with rarities from her remarkable career.  The weekly #MC30 releases will include digital EPs, remixes, bonus cuts, rare tracks, acapella moments and mind-blowing live performances.  The music will be accompanied by video footage, photos, personal notes from Mariah and physical releases.

Today, Carey kicks off #MC30 with the release of The Live Debut – 1990, a four-song digital EP with video footage filmed during her historic first live performance at New York’s Tatou Club on October 22, 1990.  The EP includes an electrifying live performance of her first #1 single, Vision of Love

Digital EP for The Live Debut – 1990 is Now Available Everywhere: CLICK HERE

Video Footage for The Live Debut – 1990 is Now Available on YouTube: CLICK HERE

In addition to the weekly celebratory releases for #MC30, Carey’s newly announced memoir, The Meaning of Mariah Carey, will be released on September 29, 2020. Available for pre-order, the memoir will dive deep into Carey’s intimate journey of survival and resilience, facing complex issues of race, identity, class, and trauma during her journey to monumental success.

The Live Debut – 1990 – Track Listing:

  1. Love Takes Times (Live at the Tatou Club, 1990)
  2. Vision of Love (Live at the Tatou Club, 1990)
  3. Vanishing (Live at the Tatou Club, 1990)
  4. Don’t Play That Song (You Lied) (Live at the Tatou Club, 1990)

About Mariah Carey

MARIAH CAREY is the best-selling female artist of all time with more than 200 million albums sold to date and 19 Billboard Hot 100 #1 singles (18 self-penned), more than any solo artist in history. An inductee to the Songwriters Hall of Fame, Carey is a singer/song­writer/producer recognized with multiple Grammy Awards, numerous American Music Awards, three Guinness World Record titles, Billboard’s “Artist of the Decade” Award, Billboard’s “Icon Award,” the World Music Award for “World’s Best Selling Female Artist of the Millennium,” the Ivor Novello Award for “PRS for Music Special International Award,” and BMI’s “Icon Award” for her outstanding achievements in songwriting, to name a few—with her distinct five-octave vocal range, prolific songwriting, and producing talent, Carey is truly the template of the modern pop performance. Carey’s ongoing impact has transcended the music industry to leave an indelible imprint upon the world at large. In 2009, Carey was recognized with the Breakthrough Performance Award at the Palm Spring International Film Festival for her critically acclaimed role in Lee Daniels’ “Precious.” Carey went on to appear in Daniels’ ensemble piece “The Butler” (2013). A Congressional Award recipient, Carey has generously donated her time and energy to a range of philanthropic causes near to her heart including Save the Music, the Make-A-Wish Foundation, World Hunger Relief, and the Elton John AIDS Foundation, among many others. A tremendous supporter of children’s charities, both domestic and international, Carey founded Camp Mariah in partnership with the Fresh Air Fund, a retreat for inner city children to explore career development. Carey is represented by Roc Nation, CAA and Imprint PR.