Mariah Carey

Mariah Carey’s Finally Coming Back, Announces New Single, “The Art Of Letting Go”

Mariah Carey The Art of Letting Go I don't know what it is about Mariah Carey, but I'm always underwhelmed by everything she releases until a few months down the line, then I start to belatedly stan. Obviously "Triumphlop" remains atrocious, but stuff like Memoirs of An Imperfect and that song about hashtags eventually became amazing. I think my initial disdain stems from Mariah being so flawless that my standards are incredibly high, and Mariah being such a hot fucking mess that her foolishness overshadows the good stuff she does.

Miley Cyrus Releases Naked “Wrecking Ball” Music Video, Officially Becomes The New Mariah Carey

Miley Cyrus Wrecking Ball Music Video Miley Cyrus and Mariah Carey have a lot more in common than you might think. First of all, they both share the same initials. Secondly, they've both mastered the ability to turn any music video into a soft core porno -- especially when its a ballad. The only real difference is that Mimi's blue movies look like vintage '80s throwbacks filled with high-waisted thongs, teased wigs with too much hairspray, and cheesy saxophone music, while Miley's are contemporary hipster porn for art students and potheads.

Ariana Grande Serves More ’90s Nostalgia With New Single, “Baby I”

Ariana Grande Baby I There's no denying that Ariana Grande's "The Way" not only snatched the luscious golden tresses from Mariah's #beautiful head, but also the wigs 'n' weaves of every Disney and Nickelodeon actress-turned-singer that released music this year.

While many other artists are trying to be cool with '90s house music throwbacks and Aaliyah-esque alt-R&B, Ariana's decision to tap into divafied '90s urban-pop was a genius move that led to record-breaking success for "The Way," so her decision to follow up with a Babyface-produced single is a no-brainer.