“Songbird Supreme” Mariah Carey’s new edition of an old album.

Mariah Carey Rainbow Vinyl

Mariah Carey has just dropped the 25th-anniversary edition of her album “Rainbow” in celebration of Pride Month. Carey, 55, released “Rainbow” back in 1999 as her seventh studio album, which was a commercial success.Mariah Carey paints a new "Rainbow"

Mariah Carey Rainbow

Now, Carey has released an extended version of the album featuring an additional 14 tracks, with remixes and featured artists. The most notable track to be added is a dance track called “Rainbow’s End,” which Carey calls “A new, upbeat dance track.”Mariah Carey paints a new "Rainbow"

Artists such as JAY-Z, Usher, Snoop Dogg, Da Brat, and Missy Elliot are featured in the 28 tracks.

Carey’s last release before this new edition was back in May, releasing an EP remix of her hit track “Portrait.”

Mariah Carey Pride Month

In an Instagram post, Carey said “When the Rainbow album was first released, the title track was a dream-like interlude that I felt was a hopeful ending to an emotional roller-coaster ride. I always hoped that one day I would get to find my rainbow’s end… I’m not sure I have, but with #Rainbow25, I tried!”Mariah Carey paints a new "Rainbow"

She continued by saying “Thank you for always being my side, through the good and bad times. This one’s a celebration! Happy #Rainbow25, Happy Pride! Love, MC.”

Carey, among other celebrities, has always been vocal regarding her support for the LGBTQ+ community.

Back in 2019, Carey wrote in an Instagram post “Happy Pride Month! Love always to all my friends in the LGTBQ+ community.”

In 2023, Carey and Megan Thee Stallion headlined L.A.’s Pride in the Park.Mariah Carey paints a new "Rainbow"

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Published by HOLR Magazine

Image Credit: @mariahcarey Instagram

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