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Mariah Set to Premiere Live at the Tokyo Dome on YouTube, Saturday, October 3 at 00:00

Mariah Carey Celebrates 30th Anniversary of Her Debut Recording with New Career-Spanning 2-Disc Collection, The Rarities, and 12″ Vinyl Edition of 1990’s Mariah Carey

Global superstar, singer, songwriter and author Mariah Carey continues the celebration of her 30th anniversary (#MC30) as a recording artist with today’s release of The Rarities, a career-spanning two-disc collection of handpicked favorites from her vault, andMariah Carey, a commemorative 12″ vinyl pressing of her 1990 debut album.

Mariah’s Live at the Tokyo Dome, her breathtaking first concert in Japan, lensed during her 1996 Daydream World Tour, premieres on YouTube for a seven-day run beginning tonight (Friday, October 2) at 6pm (ET).

Carey’s much-anticipated memoir, The Meaning of Mariah Carey, was published September 29. Available now, the memoir dives deep into Carey’s intimate journey of survival and resilience, facing complex issues of race, identity, class, and trauma during her journey to monumental success.

In a series of recent off-stage interviews, Mariah’s been sharing candidly–about her career and other topics–on the talk show circuit, chatting withThe Oprah Conversation (September 24), CBS Sunday Morning (September 27), CBS This Morning (September 28), The Late Show with Stephen Colbert(September 28) and The Daily Show With Trevor Noah (October 1). Watch for Mariah to light up Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen on Thursday, October 8.

Columbia/Legacy, a division of Sony Music Entertainment, has released CD and digital album configurations of Mariah Carey’s The Rarities, a new career-spanning compilation of remarkable previously unreleased Mariah Carey recordings from 1990 through 2020, handpicked by the artist. When compiling The Rarities, Carey delved into her archives, selecting songs with personal relevance and meaning, some of which are further explored in The Meaning of Mariah Carey. The album includes a second disc of never-before-released full length audio from Live at the Tokyo Dome, Carey’s first concert performance in Japan around her 1996 Daydream World Tour. “Save The Day,” the first track from The Rarities, is a new fully-realized recording of a previously written song that was never completed, and samples the iconic Fugees hit ‘Killing Me Softly with His Song.’

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