Carey Mariah-#1 (1999)
|Since Her 1990 Debut, Mariah Carey has sold more than 115 million records worldwide and has earned an astounding 81 gold, platinum, and multi-platinum records. Her career has been an extraordinary succession of #1s and record-breaking firsts in the music world. With more #1 albums (4) than any female artist in the 1990s, Mariah was the first female artist to see two of her albums (Music Box and DayDream) reach the 10 million mark in sales, and is the only female artist to have eight albums certified triple platinum or better. Mariah's entire album catalog has achieved RIAA multi-platinum status.|
She has had more #1 singles than any artist during the 1990s and seen more singles debut at #1 than any artist in chart history. At 60 weeks total, Mariah Carey's singles have spent more weeks at #1 on the hot 100 than those of any other female artist in history. Her 15 gold and 8 platinum singles are more than those of any artist during the 1990s, and the 8 platinum singles more than any female artist in history.
Now, for the first time ever, all 14 of Mariah Carey's #1 Hit videos are now available to enjoy over and over again in this special DVD. As a DVD bonus, Mariah Carey's "#1s" Features the exclusive promotional video "Heartbreaker" (Remix), featuring Da Brat & Missy Elliott.
Tracks include: "Heartbreaker", "My All", "Honey", "Always Be My Baby", "One Sweet Day" (with Mariah Carey & Boyz II Men), "Fantasy" (Featuring O.D.B.), "Hero" (From NBC TV Special), "Dreamlover", "I'll Be There" (From MTV Unplugged, featuring Trey Lorenz), "Emotions", "I Don't Wanna Cry", "Someday" (From MTV Unplugged), "Love Takes Time" and "Vision Of Love" (From the Tokyo Dome).
Editor's NoteA celebration of the record-breaking, chart-topping success of soul-pop diva Mariah Carey, THE #1'S features all fifteen of Mariah's number one music videos up until 2000. From her very first song, 1990's "Vision of Love," to 2000's "Heartbreaker," Mariah's incredible vocal range and sexy persona have carried her to the top of the pops. Also features co-performers Ol' Dirty Bastard, Jay-Z, Boys II Men, Trey Lorenz, and Missy Elliott.
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|O. D. B. - Featuring|
|Trey Lorenz - Featuring|
|Mariah Carey - Performer|