Blessed with eight-octave vocal range and the ability to kill high notes effortlessly – don’t forget the iconic shrill that oftentimes enlaced the songs in the background – without a doubt; Mariah is the undisputable R&B icon of our generation, subsequently befitting her newly christened moniker, “the elusive chanteuse”.
Packed with more personality compared to her previous release, “Memoirs of an Imperfect Angel”, the current release has more matured flavour and deep insight into her soul as a woman who had reached a full life circle – a wife and a mother to beautiful twins, Monroe and Morrocan.
Also faintly present in this album is the hip-hop influence that used to overpower her vocal prowess in the previous albums. In are messages of love, positivity, hope and strength, all strung and juxtaposed with her unique brand of R&B music.
For example, newcomer Miguel produced and sang a track called “#Beautiful”, a single that she had debuted last year and made its way up to prime positions in global music charts.
Her cute twins were also featured in the track called “Supernatural” where she introduced them as “Dembabies” where they lent their vocals to the background.