Mariah The Scientist Is In The Lab

Last Friday, the angelic R&B singer Mariah The Scientist went back into her lab to deliver yet another great experiment. And with an album announced to release this summer we can be sure she is cooking up a lot more.

Her single “Aura” is the latest song releasing off her new album, and just like the track before this one, Mariah comes with it. The catchy course and smooth vocals send her into a space truly her own.

The track samples ‘Make Me Say It Again Girl’ by The Isley Brothers, boosting  Mariah’s natural soul .

This is all in anticipation for her second studio album RY RY WORLD dropping this Friday July 9. The Album has already had three singles including “Always n Forever” featuring Lil Baby have been released. And Last week Mariah The Scientist tweeted out the full track list.

Mariah The Scientist Is Building Up Some Good Chemistry

All this excitement got started when a month ago Mariah shared the new track and video to “2 You”. The track’s trippy, bouncy beat must’ve woke up all her fans because every since then they have been going crazy.

RY RY WORLD will be her first project release since her 2019 major label debut Master – a personal collection of self-reflective ballads layered with cinematic instrumentals. The debut has garnered over 31 million streams worldwide and counting.

Seeing how much support the fairly new artist is getting from her fans online shows there are some big expectations from the underrated artists.

After the album drops, Mariah plans on doing a few one off shows here and there, but be on the lookout for the talented singer/songwriter to announce full tour dates sometime soon.

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