Mariah Carey Celebrates 25 Years Of “Butterfly”
Can you believe it’s been 25 years since Mariah Carey released “Butterfly”? She’s celebrating with new remixes and behind-the-scenes of making some of her most iconic music videos.
In other Mariah news…the world also learned a fun fact when Carey released her 2020 memoir that she once made an entire grunge album under the band name Chick. She was only heard on backing vocals on the original version, but now she says she’s found recordings where she sings lead and is going to release them. The album, titled Someone’s Ugly Daughter, was recorded during the sessions for Carey’s 1995 album Daydream. Nobody really noticed initially because Carey wasn’t credited, but now people are curious to hear it after she mentioned it in her book.
The official release of Someone’s Ugly Daughter featured Carey’s friend Clarissa Dane on lead vocals, though the band did record a version with Carey on lead vocals instead. No word on when it will be out, but she’s working on it!