>> Wednesday, November 2, 2011
Mariah Carey Guests on Uncle Murda's "Warning"
East New York MC Uncle Murda has friends in high places, and he's out to prove it on the remix for his street hit "Warning."
Mariah Carey, 50 Cent and Young Jeezy stop by on Murda's redux, and the track begins with Mrs. Cannon talking about something she's lost.
"How can I explain the fact that I don't know where my sock drawer is," Carey says with a laugh. "I don't know. OK, Let's stop the questions there."
50 Cent comes in on the second verse warning others of sleeping with the wrong person.
"Everything cool 'til I black out, oh you goon' get it, " 50 Cent spits. "Run, you back up, be my target, oh I'm gon' hit it. N---as see me with the strap out, oh they start snitching. F--- the wrong bitch then it's oh when you're pissing."
Elsewhere, Young Jeezy addresses those who say the MC's fallen off of his game.
"I gets money, I gets money, oh, I'm having paper," Jeezy says. "Man I'm saying f--- the playing, oh these n---as haters. When they thought that I was over, I'm like oh you n---as trippin', I'm out with Wink Loc in Brooklyn, like oh these n---as crippin'."
Uncle Murda was signed to Roc-A-Fella in 2007 but left the label not long after the following year. The "Warning (remix)" featuring Mariah Carey, 50 Cent and Young Jeezy follows the first redux, which boasted Vado, Cam'Ron, Jim Jones, French Montana, Jadakiss and Styles P.
Mariah Carey / Justin Bieber Duet Out Now !
"All I Want For Christmas Is You (SuperFestive!)," Mariah's duet with Justin Bieber, is largely available worldwide on Justin's Christmas album, Under The Mistletoe. Check out the links below to purchase this updated version of Mariah's classic holiday tune!
Amazon.com mp3 99 cents
7 Digital 99 cents
7 Digital C$1.29
Amazon.com mp3 £0.89
7 Digital £0.99
Justin Bieber Australia $2.15
Billboard Reviews Mariah - Bieber Christmas Duet
Justin Bieber, 'Under The Mistletoe':
By Jason Lipshutz, Billboard
6. All I Want For Christmas Is You (Superfestive!) - We give Justin props for trying to go all out in a higher register and recreate this modern classic with Mariah Carey's help. But, alas, the original still trumps it easily.
Mariah Carey guests on a re-do of her own "All I Want for Christmas" (the '90s smash that history may record as the final original Christmas song ever to become a standard). But it seems more appropriate to say that he guests on her recording. Bieber cut the song in a lower range, but then Carey heard it and suggested that they should do it as a duet, provided that he bring it back up to her original key. He should have kept the first version and turned her down; the end result sounds like Bieber singing along with Carey karaoke.
Source : Billboard & Reuters