Mariah Carey Surprises Fans With ‘the Live Debut—1990’ EP Release

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Earlier this month, Mariah Carey announced she was going to be releasing hidden gems from her vault in celebration of her 30 year anniversary in the music industry.

Every Friday Carey keeps fans on their toes with new surprises.


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Every Friday #MC30 ❤️

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It’s blatantly obvious Carey has one of the most memorable debut albums in music history. The album contains four number-one hits and accumulated two Grammys for best pop vocal with “Vision Of Love” and best new artist. The album was also nominated for three other Grammy categories.

Last week began the first official week of Carey surprising her fans. Carey ended up releasing The Live Debut EP which contained a cover of Aretha Franklin’s song “Don’t Play That Song (You Lied).” In addition to this, Carey included the never before seen video to accompany the EP.

Following last week’s release, Carey surprised her fans earlier this morning with two new EP’s. The EP’s are titled “There’s Got To Be a Way” and “Someday,” which are two songs off of her debut album.


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Going back to the first album this week for #MC30 haven’t listened to these remixes in a minute

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Shortly after the release, both EP’s started to climb the iTunes album chart, and are currently sitting at 17 and 18.

Carey’s surprises have continued to surprise and excite her fans. If you want to stay updated with Carey’s surprises make sure you turn on her post notifications on Twitter and Instagram. In the meantime make sure to check out her recent releases and tweet out using the hashtag #MC30 to let Carey know your favorite remixes.