Mariah Carey - Day Dream download album
Daydream is the fifth studio album by American singer and songwriter Mariah Carey, released on October 3, 1995, by Columbia Records. The follow-up to her internationally successful album Music Box (1993) and holiday album Merry Christmas (1994), Daydream differed from the two by leaning increasingly towards hip hop and urban music. Throughout the project, Carey collaborated with Walter Afanasieff, with whom she wrote and produced most of her two previous albums.
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Daydream is her best record to date, featuring a consistently strong selection of songs and a remarkably impassioned performance by Carey. A few of the songs are second-rate - particularly the cover of Journey's "Open Arms" - but Daydream demonstrates that Carey continues to perfect her craft and that she has earned her status as an R&B/pop diva.
Mariah Carey pranced through a slow-motion trainwreck in Times Square last New Year’s Eve and there was neither shock nor disappointment. Her instrument has been notoriously temperamental for well over a decade in the best possible conditions, let alone live on stage in the December cold. Her short setlist was ambitious at best and begging for trouble at worst. Her fifth studio album, 1995’s Daydream, played host to some of her purest pop songcraft, but it also pushed the boundaries defining what a Mariah Carey song was supposed to sound like.
Like Music box, most of the songs are slow or mid tempo, however around this time they start to get a more R&B flavor and the songs become more personal. Oh, and her voice sounds better than ever, that doesn't hurt. 1. Fantasy: Uptempo, nearly identical melodically to Dreamlover from her previous album, but with a breezier vibe.
Daydream was Mariah Carey’s fifth studio album. In an interview with Genius, producer Jermaine Dupri said that Carey wanted the album to have a distinctly hip-hop sound: It was her idea to work with the new hip-hop guy-to merge the pop sound with hip-hop as much as possible. I remember the first track we tried to do, she wanted to sing over Wu-Tang’s ‘. ’ and I was like, ‘What?‘" Daydream Q&A.