R&B singer Mariah Carey has renewed her worldwide publishing deal with Universal Music Publishing Group. The company will continue to publish Carey’s catalog and future works for the world. Announcement arrives just two weeks prior to the release of her album “E=MC2.” Carey has co-written all of the songs on the new album. Through the long-term relationship between Universal, the world’s leading music publishing company, and Mariah Carey, the company will continue to publish Carey’s extensive catalog and future works for the world. On the heels of renewing her deal with UMPG, Mariah Carey will release her new highly anticipated album E=MCÂ². Mariahâs cumulative total sales of her albums, singles and long-form videos is in excess of 81-times platinum in the U.S. alone and 156 million worldwide, making her the top-selling female artist in history. Mariah will release her 11th studio album E=MCÂ² on April 15th, following the first single “Touch My Body,” which debuted worldwide February 12th and is currently No. 1 on the Digital Songs chart. This highly anticipated album boasts songs all co-written by Mariah along with a variety of hit producers including Jermaine Dupri, and many others. E=MCÂ² is the follow up to her 2005 classic The Emancipation of Mimi.
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