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    Mariah Carey Is Planning An Epic Comeback, Greatest Hits Album

    Next month the Elusive Chanteuse will embark on a Vegas residency and release a compilation of number ones.

    Mariah Carey is putting last year’s disappointing Me. I Am Mariah... The Elusive Chanteuse behind her and moving on to bigger, better things.

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    The singer's fourteenth album sold just 58,000 units in its first week, making Me. I Am Mariah... The Elusive Chanteuse the smallest non-holiday debut of Carey's career.

    Earlier this year, the vocal powerhouse signed with Epic Records, reteaming with Antonio "L.A." Reid, the legendary record exec who helped spearhead her successful mid-00s comeback.

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    She just announced her first Epic release: #1 To Infinity, a greatest hits album due out May 18th. The album will feature all of Carey’s record-setting 18 number-one singles, plus a new song titled “Infinity.”


    1. “Vision of Love” (4 weeks, 1990)

    2. “Love Takes Time” (3 weeks, 1990)

    3. “Someday” (MTV Unplugged version) (2 weeks, 1991)

    4. “I Don’t Wanna Cry” (2 weeks, 1991)

    5. “Emotions” (3 weeks, 1991)

    6. “I’ll Be There” (featuring Trey Lorenz) (2 weeks, 1992)

    7. “Dreamlover” (8 weeks, 1993)

    8. “Hero” (4 weeks, 1993)

    9. “Fantasy” (Bad Boy Fantasy featuring O.D.B.) (8 weeks, 1995)

    10. “One Sweet Day” (featuring Boyz II Men) (16 weeks,1995-1996)

    11. “Always Be My Baby” (2 weeks, 1996)

    12. “Honey” (3 weeks, 1997)

    13. “My All” (1 week, 1998)

    14. “Heartbreaker” (featuring Jay-Z) (2 weeks, 1999)

    15. “Thank God I Found You” (featuring Joe & 98 Degrees) (1 week, 2000)

    16. “We Belong Together” (14 weeks, 2005)

    17. “Don’t Forget About Us” (2 weeks, 2005)

    18. “Touch My Body” (2 weeks, 2008)

    19. “Infinity” (2015)

    The album will support the singer's upcoming residency at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.

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    In making Vegas her temporary home, Carey joins the ranks of fellow pop icons Celine Dion, Cher, and Britney Spears.

    Comeback queen Mimi is coming back, y'all.

    It’s The Emancipation Of Mimi 2: Emancipating To Infinity.