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  • Thanks to Mariah, I went down a rabbit hole at 3 am trying to figure out what happened to Luis Miguel's mom, thru conspiracy theories.
    “B**** come here! B**** come here! B**** come here!”

    “I’m staying right here.”

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    • Comparing with other musician memours the Lenny Kravitz one has debuted in the #15 combined print & ebook nonfiction NY Times chart. Mariah remains at #9. She's doing great.

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      • Originally posted by delapuerta View Post
        Comparing with other musician memours the Lenny Kravitz one has debuted in the #15 combined print & ebook nonfiction NY Times chart. Mariah remains at #9. She's doing great.
        And the memoirs is getting Rave reviews!

        #1 Best seller and critical acclaim!
        your faves could never!


        hope Mariah can win some book awards for the memoir

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        • Finished the memoirs 3 days ago and the book made me realize how really special All I Want for Christmas is You to her. Having that turbulent childhood, years of bad holiday seasons and wanting to celebrate Christmas with joy and festivity really made this song’s traction to the top spot really meaningful and symbolic to her and her lambs. *cries on the bathroom floor*

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          • This forum spends most of time offline than online geez

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            • Originally posted by mm2912 View Post
              This forum spends most of time offline than online geez
              This site goes down almost everyday!

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              • Originally posted by delapuerta View Post
                Comparing with other musician memours the Lenny Kravitz one has debuted in the #15 combined print & ebook nonfiction NY Times chart. Mariah remains at #9. She's doing great.
                I didn't even know Lenny had a book out. Clearly Mariah's promo campaign worked for the book. Great to see.

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                • Originally posted by TheRealest View Post
                  It’s time to admit that You Had Your Chance is a bop
                  !!!!!!
                  It ******* is.​​​​​​
                  Just a DEVIANT, PERTURBED, DERANGED, MACABRE, MANIAC, LUNATIC, IRRATIONAL PSYCHO-TO-BE.

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                  • Originally posted by SawyerHewitt View Post

                    !!!!!!
                    It ******* is.​​​​​​
                    Yes! Love it!

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                    • After overplaying it and then abandoning it, I'm re-listening to Caution and getting my life from it. I used to think One Mo Gen was the worst song of the album but now I love it.
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                      • ^ yes... it is one of my faves.

                        All this talk about Dedicated got me re-listening to MIAM... and yes, Dedicated is still a great song.
                        MESMARIAHSING!

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                        • We need to find a famous TikTok lamb

                          Every time I hear The Distance I cannot believe it isn’t one of her No 1s
                          #CAUTION

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                          • Out of curiosity, did "can't let go" reach #1 on any minor billboard chart?
                            airplay? Sales? R&b tracks?

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                            • Sounds like Fantasy isn’t just the theme song but an integral part of the Free Guy movie script:

                              https://www.cinemablend.com/news/255...ag-in-free-guy


                              How Ryan Reynolds’ Obsession With Mariah Carey Became A Running Gag In Free Guy

                              Music is such a key ingredient to any movie, especially when it comes to selling a film like director Shawn Levy’s Free Guy to the public. And as luck would have it, star Ryan Reynolds helped hand-deliver the ultimate hook to get this concept, and the song that sells it, stuck in everyone’s heads for quite some time. All it took was Reynolds’ obsession with Mariah Carey’s music while working on the film’s story to make the dream of Free Guy become a running gag that’s just a sweet, sweet fantasy.

                              As you can tell in both trailers for Free Guy, the key piece of music that’s spanned both looks at the now December-slated release has been Mariah Carey’s early career mega hit “Fantasy,” and the reason for that was simply writer’s inspiration. With Ryan Reynolds acting as one of the hands that helped overhaul the original script written by Matt Lieberman and Zak Penn, his talents turned out to be fueled by Carey’s collected works, with that 1995 single off the aptly-titled album Daydream being the metaphorical rug that tied the room together. While speaking with Shawn Levy on behalf of CinemaBlend, as he was promoting Love and Monsters, I asked about the story behind this comedic gem, and he explained it as follows:

                              Credit where credit’s due. Ryan, when he was doing the earliest dialogue polishes on this screenplay, he was listening to Mariah in his home, and he wrote “Fantasy” into the script. And I go, ‘What’s this about?’, and he’s like ‘It just feels good.’ So literally, based on nothing but Ryan’s instinct, and the fact that that was one of his writing tracks in the revisions of Free Guy, we approached Team Mariah and it lead to that song being the signature track. Not only in the movie, but in the campaign for the movie.

                              Both Shawn Levy and Ryan Reynolds have been adamant about how much they’ve enjoyed working on Free Guy together; and that much is as apparent now as was back on the film’s set in the summer of 2019. The original concept linked these collaborators in their enthusiasm, and the process only seems to have forged their talents all the closer, as Reynolds and Levy are already primed to bring their skills to a future time travel comedy the pair have pledged to Netflix. Which, if the humanistic comedy that fuels both Love and Monsters and Free Guy is any indication, could lead to another musician’s catalog being raided for the still-unnamed project.

                              I can’t understate the importance of “Fantasy” when it comes to Free Guy, as the subject of its inclusion led to a moment of slightly evil glee on the part of Shawn Levy. That’s not saying that the man is vicious in his intent, but like any good creator, Levy takes delight in gauging what he can tease and what he can keep secret. As he started to further reveal the main thrust of the running gag, a playful moment ensued that started with a promise of information, but turned into the following:

                              I’ll dangle one other easter egg, which is… actually I won’t. [laughter] I’m so ******* sorry, dude. I’m really excited for you to see the movie, and you’ll realize that there’s a bunch of reasons why that track makes a lot of sense for the central protagonist. And there’s interesting ways that that track kind of gets played out in the movie.

                              While this is a pretty big tease for just how far Free Guy’s Mariah Carey obsession goes, we have seen a hint at where this plot device is going. In the recently unveiled second trailer for the film, Jodie Comer’s character of Molotov Girl, the Free City avatar to the game’s creator and programmer Millie, is seen singing “Fantasy” as she’s walking down the street. It almost looks like this moment is also the moment where Ryan Reynolds’ Guy first sees/falls in love with Molotov Girl, which means that this song’s meaning could tie to our protagonist’s feelings for the woman of his dreams. Check out the second trailer for Free Guy below, and you can see what I’m talking about.

                              Should this theory be true, there’s a chance that we’ll hear “Fantasy” not only recur in its original form, but also reinterpreted in anything from ambient noise and specially themed easter eggs, as well as woven into composer Christoph Beck’s Free Guy score in some fashion or another. None of this is confirmed right now, and honestly, whether these guesses are right or wrong, Shawn Levy and Ryan Reynolds might have a good-natured chuckle when reading this line of reasoning. It’s all part of the good natured suspense that’s going to lead audiences to see Free Guy when it finally presses start in theaters on December 11.

                              However, if you want to see what Shawn Levy’s been up to in the meantime, you can check out his latest film as a producer, Love and Monsters, which is currently in limited theatrical release. Though should you not feel safe heading to a theater near you, that film is also available on VOD.


                              Last edited by cmeyes328; Wed October 21, 2020, 00:01.

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                              • That’s nice to read. I cant wait for the movie

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                                • Fantasy is a stone groove smash hit wonder!

                                  When will your faves release a game changer?

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                                  • Mariah Carey the best singer of all time
                                    My Queen! My Goddess! My Idol!
                                    Forever and always!

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                                    • Originally posted by DNK View Post
                                      Is she being Sarcastic

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                                      • Originally posted by sYair View Post
                                        After overplaying it and then abandoning it, I'm re-listening to Caution and getting my life from it. I used to think One Mo Gen was the worst song of the album but now I love it.
                                        I was the same. It sounded like filler on my first listen and now I adore it.


                                        bar ‘With You’, the album is a timeless masterpiece.

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                                        • Originally posted by SmartIsNewSexy View Post
                                          Out of curiosity, did "can't let go" reach #1 on any minor billboard chart?
                                          airplay? Sales? R&b tracks?
                                          it reached #1 on Adult Contempory chart and #2 on R&B chart.

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                                          • Originally posted by SmartIsNewSexy View Post

                                            Is she being Sarcastic
                                            I doubt it, actually. A lot of the younger generation really respect Mariah for just being a badass and giving no effs.

                                            Like Dua Lipa is a huge stan, and I love her for it. Bebe Rhexa, etc.

                                            I think it is inspirational if you are a young artist and feel confined by label or public expectations and you see someone like Mariah who overcame that to do what she wants and loves.

                                            My own interpretation, of course.
                                            You don’t have to be afraid of what you are!

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                                            • One more gen is sexy as hell. That first line is like okkkkk sis

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                                              • Originally posted by naughtynae View Post
                                                One more gen is sexy as hell. That first line is like okkkkk sis
                                                Best song on "Caution". Fight me.
                                                Britney Spears • Janet Jackson • Christina Aguilera • Michael Jackson • Selena Gomez • Hilary Duff • Taylor Swift • Justin Timberlake

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                                                • Originally posted by JeremySpears View Post

                                                  Best song on "Caution". Fight me.
                                                  Easy, the best song on "Caution" is "CAUTION"

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                                                  • I love the harmonies in OMG ❤

                                                    My fav songs in Caution are all, but my top is Giving me life and Caution

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