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Mariah the Scientist Drops “To Be Eaten Alive”

Atlanta-born singer Mariah the Scientist explores love with a wide range of sounds. Mariah’s silky voice flows effortlessly between electric undertones and heavy-hitting beats. She brings an energy of confidence and power to each track, backed by gripping beats. To Be Eaten Alive’s impressive features bring even more depth to the overall experience of the album.

A Balance of Strong and Serene

To Be Eaten Alive masterfully balances its mixing and the power in Mariah the Scientist’s voice, taking exciting turns to do something new. “Heaven is a Place on Earth” is an especially interesting track with its fusion of R&B and steelpan drum. This track and “Good Times” reflect the softer side of the album. Although these tracks have a calming air to them, they boil with an underlying emotion that comes to the surface on the punchier songs like “Out of Luck” and “77 Degrees.” Electronic elements throughout the album, like the enveloping whirring in “Lovesick,” demonstrate an excellent attention to detail. The expert fusion of all these factors comes together to make an album that always has something new to discover.

And look at the trust closin’ in
Here’s to someone I can depend on, yes
Sent from above, I am convinced
If it isn’t luck, I guess love exists

“From A Woman” by Mariah the Scientist

From Scientist to Singer

The 26-year-old’s junior album is the beginning of the next step in a somewhat unexpected career. Mariah the Scientist only began releasing music in 2019 after deciding to no longer study anesthesiology at St. John’s University. She has since chosen to focus on her music career, evolving and developing her own distinct sound. Artists like 21 Savage, Young Thug and Vory, all of whom are features on the album, have recognized her talent. Together, they craft an album that is uniquely energetic and relaxing at the same time. To Be Eaten Alive acts as the culmination of Mariah the Scientist’s years of experience, ultimately serving as her latest leap forward.

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