Mariah Carey was born in Huntington, Long Island, New York on March 27, 1970, and received singing lessons at the age of four. She signed for Columbia Records at the age of 18 and her first album had four No. 1 singles, including “Vision of Love” and “I Do Not Wanna Cry”. Carey continued to produce several albums (later with other studios) and the best singles and became one of the most successful commercial artists of all time with 18 # 1 and over 200 hits. Millions of albums sold. She was born on March 27, 1970, by Alfred Roy Carey, a Venezuelan aerospace engineer and Patricia Carey, vocal coach and opera singer. She has two older brothers: a brother Morgan and a sister Alison.
Carey’s parents divorced when she was three years old. She surprised his mother by imitating his operatic songs at the age of two and received singing lessons from the age of four. Finally, Carey will develop a voice that spans five octaves. Graduated from Green lawn’s Harbor field High School in New York in 1987, Carey moved to Manhattan, where she worked as a warm waitress. She studies cosmetology while writing songs and actively pursues a night musical career.
Carey married Mottola in June 1993, in a spectacular ceremony at the St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Manhattan. The couple divorced in 1998. Carey then left the couple for three years with Latin American singer Luis Miguel, but their relationship ended in the summer of 2001.
Carey began a relationship with rapper/actor Nick Cannon after appearing in his Bye Bye video clip. After less than two months, the couple was married on April 30, 2008, during a secret ceremony in the Bahamas. In 2011, Carey and Cannon hosted the Moroccan twins and Monroe.
The couple announced the separation in August 2014 after six years of marriage and the divorce was pronounced in 2016. In January 2016, Carey got engaged to the Australian businessman James Packer in New York, but in October of this year. year, it was announced that the couple had separated. After collaborating with Packer, Carey began a relationship with backup dancer Bryan Tanaka, who also appeared on her reality show, Mariah’s World.
At the age of 18, Carey and her friend singer Brenda K. Starr attended a party hosted by CBS Records. Starr persuaded Carey to bring one of his demo tapes. He had planned to give the Colombian band Jerry Greenberg, but Tommy Mottola, president of Columbia Records (later Sony), had intercepted him before he could give it to Greenberg. After listening to the video on the way home after the party, Mottola immediately signed Carey and let her work on her debut album, Mariah Carey (1990), which included four No. 1 singles: “Vision of Love” Love take “sometimes” and “I do not want to cry”.
Their second album, Emotions, was released in 1992; The main song became his fifth single number 1 and included the hits “Impossible to go out” and “Make it happen”. In March 1992, Carey appeared on MTV Unplugged. This presentation was published as an album and personal video, resulting in another # 1 single (a version of “I’ll Be There” by The Jacksons). Their next album, Music Box (1993), details the studio production techniques they heard on their previous albums and includes the No. 1 singles “Dreamlover” and “Hero”.
Merry Christmas, released in November 1994, combined traditional Christian hymns with new songs. In 1995, Daydream started; their first single “Fantasy” debuted at # 1.
Her 1997 album Butterfly contained 11 compositions written by Carey and showed continued interest in hip-hop and R & B, including Sean’s “Honey,” produced by Sean, his twelfth act. Carey’s # 1 album in 1998 featured his last 13 singles, as well as the Oscar “The Prince of Egypt (When You Believe)”, a duet with the pop diva Whitney Houston.
Carey released her eighth album Charmbracelet in December 2002, which made its third-place debut. The tour that accompanies this album is the first for more than three years and was launched in June 2003. She followed with her tenth studio album, The Emancipation of Mimi, which became in 2005 the best-selling album in the United States. With Touch My Body from 2008 (among his eleven studio albums E = MC²), Carey beat Elvis Presley to finish second, beating the Beatles with the highest number of singles in the United States. UU Memoirs of an Imperfect Angel (2009), Merry Christmas II You (2010), his second vacation album and Yo. I am Mariah. , The elusive singer (2014).
The singer showed up with the release of her 15th studio album “Caution” (2018), which debuted at number 5 in the United States. UU., This continues to be one of the best performances of the company. And this has been mentioned in many lists of “albums of the year”.
She has already sold more than 200 million albums in the world. According to the Association of the Record Industry of America, it is the third best artist of all time.