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Mariah Carey performs in the music video for the Bad Boy Remix for the song "Honey" from the album "Butterfly" recorded for Columbia Records.
Mariah Carey sings as she is accompanied by The Lox and Mase as she stands in a long corridor with water pouring down from the walls.
For those of us old enough to know, her new record with YG, “I Don’t,” is a return to an old Mimi, not an introduction to a new one. Carey’s early discography helped to solidify her place as one of the most talented voices of an entire generation. But that body of work — including her self-titled album, that audiences saw the singer take a sharp turn toward hip-hop. Over the course of her career, Carey has collaborated with hip-hop giants like Notorious B. G., Sean “Diddy” Combs (back when he was still known as Puff Daddy), and a pre-Beyoncé Jay Z, for “Heartbreaker.” In case you didn’t know how he became famous before , Stevie J was one of the producers of her 1997 hit “Honey,” with Mase and The Lox.
She infamously feuded with Ol’ Dirty Bastard while they tried to put “Fantasy” together.
With her extravagant gowns, lavish lifestyle, and insistence on permanently perfect lighting, Mariah Carey earned her status as a pop diva a long time ago.
Her mainstream credibility aligns just as easily with the likes of Madonna as it does with Beyoncé.
He actually pulled the stunt both when he arrived at Poppy and when he left.
When Carey’s career took off in 1990, several publications and critics assumed that she was white, as documented by . Carey is the mixed-race child of an Irish mom and a biracial Black and Venezuelan father.
Ty Dolla Sign thought he was all that Friday night outside a popular West Hollywood club, blocking traffic and ignoring the protestations of angry motorists ... Ty rolled up the Poppy at a snails pace in his super sweet '64 Chevy Impala, after doing a number with the hydraulics.
He turned a deaf ear to the angry motorists surrounding him who were being blocked.
A year later he went back to being Sean John, but this restraint didn't last long.
In 1999 Sean returned to his youthful nickname - Puffy, inspired by his childhood habit of 'huffing and puffing' when angry.