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Mariah Carey Slays ’90s Classic ‘Always Be My Baby’ On iHeart ‘Living Room Concert’


March 29, 2020 10:18PM EDT

Mariah Carey brought the house down right from her own studio! The singer performed her iconic hit ‘Always Be My Baby’ and sounded incredible.

Mariah Carey, 49, isn’t about to let a nationwide quarantine stop her from performing live! The singer just took us way back to 1995 with her Daydream hit “Always Be My Baby” on the iHeart Living Room Concert For America and it was everything. Live from her at-home studio in New York City, Mariah was glam as ever in a silky black pajama shirt. “I just wanted to say to everyone out there,” she said to the audience, tuning in from all over the nation. “I wanted to dedicate this Dem Babies for being so patient, and staying here at home, and not complaining!” she sweetly added, giving her adorable twins Moroccan and Monroe, 8, a shoutout!

A Mariah performance takes a village, and self-isolation didn’t stop the diva from having her pianist, Daniel Moore, and group of backup singers join her digitally! The Grammy winner then jumped right into the catchy tune, and had America singing right along with her. “You’ll always be a part of me/I’m part of you indefinitely/Boy don’t you know you can’t escape me? Ooh darling ’cause you’ll always be my baby,” she belted out on the chorus. Towards the end of the song, Mariah delivered a classic Elusive Chanteuse moment as she brought the house down with her signature high notes. “We love you stay safe, I’m going to put my gloves — even in my own home! Love you, bye!” she signed off.

Mimi has already been keeping busy with several posts over the past week, including during an at-home workout session. While epically remixing her 2005 Jermaine Dupri produced hit “It’s Like That” — reminding everyone to “get their gloves on” — Mariah kept the glam going with a s

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Written by Emily


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