The 50 year old pop singer, Mariah Carey is all set to release her new album ‘The Rarities’. Five time Grammy winner took Twitter to announce the release of new album on Tuesday. She wrote a heartfelt tweet for her fans, “This one is for you, my fans. It’s to celebrate us, and to thank you for years of pure love and support. I am so grateful to you. ‘THE RARITIES’ album is out October 2,” Carey tweeted, alongside the album cover.
According to weekly newspaper, the album will have many never released before tracks. It will feature a total of 32 tracks, Mariah Carey reportedly said that she will also release in collaboration with Lauryn Hill a 15 track album titled “Save the Day.”
The bonus set of 17 recordings will also features some of Carey’s biggest hits, including “Hero,” “Always Be My Baby,” “Open Arms,” “Forever,” and “Fantasy.”
Carey has always been known for keeping her fans extra-sweet. She just dropped four remix EPs of the 1995 Daydream era as promotional part of the ongoing #MC30 celebrations. Also a performance of “Open Arms” from Top of the Pops from 1996.
The wait is over for her fans as on Aug. 21, singer Mariah Carey who has a staggering 34 nominations to her credit, will be releasing a single of the album called, “Save the Day.”
As mentioned by a local daily “The Rarities” will mark as Carey’s 16th studio album and will also be including bonus cuts, including a 17-song live album that Carey recorded in Tokyo in 1996.
Her last album titles “Caution,” released two year ago in 2018.