Mariah Carey's New Single "Infinity", AKA Her Latest "We Belong Together" Remake: Listen
Alas, I don't know if "Infinity" is going to be the song that returns her to former glory, despite the fact that it's being tacked onto her upcoming #1 To Infinity collection (out May 18) of all her chart-topping hits. (Pulling a lofty stunt like that is always a gamble.)
Basically, the pacing of "Infinity" is set to High Snooze, it sounds easily like it could have been a leftover from last year's disastrous Me. I Am Mariah album and the whole thing has way too many not-nearly-as-good echoes of Carey's 2005 comeback smash "We Belong Together."
I guess the upside is that Mimi's got a new team behind her, a new label deal and this is essentially nothing more than an extra track on a collection of already-released material.
Lyrically, some of her tell-offs (aimed at Nick Cannon?) are comical here. But musically, we've heard this one before from Mariah. Roll on the true Mimi 3.0, with a whole new sound, dahling.
Labels: Mariah Carey