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  1. Mariah Carey Fans put the Glitter Soundtrack on the Top 10 Charts 17 Years after its release A pocos días de la llegada de Caution, el nuevo trabajo de Mariah Carey, vemos que muchos de los álbumes de su carrera vuelven a reactivarse en las listas de éxitos. Éste efecto es producto de su inminente comeback, que ha ocasionado algo casi insólito, que Glitter, su trabajo más denostado, se encuentra escalando puestos en el top 100 de la lista de discos de iTunes en USA. Concretamente lo hemos visto moverse entre en el chart, subiendo y bajando con el paso de las horas, desde ayer. Cierto es que está a un precio fantástico, 4.99$, pero nos llama poderosamente la atención que sea Glitter el que esté subiendo en lista y no otros más exitosos. En su día no convenció mucho al público, pese a ser un álbum moderno para la época, enfocado para una banda sonora, con sonidos más ochenteros y melodías poco acostumbradas al registro de Mimi. Lo cierto es que guarda grandes uptempos y baladones increíbles, como Never Too Far o Lead The Way. En septiembre del 2001, fecha de publicación, fue un drama su llegada y aceptación pero hoy es uno de los álbumes más icónicos para los fans que ya se ha situado en el #5 de la lista de álbumes de iTunes USA. Increíble pero muy cierto. #JusticeForGlitter
  2. The first night of the 2018 iHeartRadio Festival at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas was, by and large, as upbeat and celebratory as intended, although there were a couple of implicitly dramatic moments having to do with how people deal with trauma and loss and move on. There was less emotion through the rest of the four-hour-plus evening although there was “Emotions,” an early peak in the climactic set by Mariah Carey, who was on familiar ground here, having recently wrapped up yet another Vegas residency. Familiarity does not breed any kind of indifference, at least among fellow celebrities, as virtually every performer or presenter Variety surveyed backstage named Carey as the artist they were most excited about seeing on the evening’s bill. When we posed that question to Panic! At the Disco frontman Brendan Urie, he was instantaneous with his answer: “Dude, Mariah! I want to kiss her feet and the ground she walks on. She’s goddess. I want to hear those whistle tones.” He then proceeded to break into a pretty good approximation of those “Emotions” high notes that pierced the hallways. The evening could have just as easily carried a #VegasSilly hashtag, with Rae Sremmurd being about anything but sobriety, and Kygo closing out the bill with a guest-filled DJ set that had Miguel and others emerging for cameos as the crowd dwindled down to a post-Mariah chosen few.
  3. 'Fantasy' 20 Years Later: How One of Mariah Carey's Biggest Singles Became the Future of Pop Music A turning point in Carey’s career, the chart-topping song quickly became a trendsetter, giving birth to a new genre -- “hip-pop” -- as TLC’s Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes once put it. “My first thought was, ‘Who the hell allowed this to happen?’” former MTV news correspondent John Norris tells ET about the remix’s initial release. "It wasn't just a pop singer and a rapper," he adds. "It was the sweetest pop singer and as gritty of an East Coast rapper as we had at the time." While Columbia Records -- Carey’s label from 1988 to 1999 -- gave it the ultimate go-ahead, it was Carey who relentlessly pushed Tommy Mottola, the head of the label and her then-husband, for creative control. She was restless. And ready. “The record companies didn’t understand my collabs with hip-hop artists and producers, such as ‘Fantasy’ with ODB or ‘Heartbreaker’ with Jay Z,” Carey told Variety in August. “Now anyone would kill to have a record with Jay Z. I got a lot of flak for that.” “People who wanted her to be a Celine Dion-type artist had gripes about it," rapper Da Brat recalls to ET. A close friend and collaborator of Carey’s, the rapper would help with the singer’s urban transition. Regarding Carey’s fringe makeover, Brat says, “Tommy Mottola didn’t want that. He didn’t want her on that level. He didn't even want her associating with rappers like that. She fought for that, because Mariah’s got a little hood in her.” Carey’s fight was victorious, igniting a wave of collaborations in the dirty-pop vein of “Fantasy" and “Heartbreaker.” Jennifer Lopez teamed up with Ja Rule for two of her biggest singles, “I’m Real” and “Ain’t It Funny (Murder Remix).” Fergie, who first broke on the scene as the hook singer of The Black Eyed Peas, collaborated with Ludacris on her solo release. Christina Aguilera teamed up with Redman. And Ashanti found success with a number of rappers. By 2002, the format was so popular that the GRAMMYs introduced an award for the Best Rap/Sung Collaboration, which eventually went to Beyonce and Jay Z for “Crazy in Love.” “She set the trend," Brat says of Carey, whose influence is clearly seen in a number of today’s young artists -- even if today’s new generation of singers don’t realize the path they’re following. "All the new R&B and younger pop artists should worship the ground Mariah walks on because she paved the way in so many different ways by trying different things that the world didn't necessarily agree with,” she adds. “And that's what these new artists lack -- they lack appreciation, and they lack respect.”