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Mariah Carey singles discography

Carey performing on Good Morning America in May 2013
Releases
Singles 62
Promotional singles 6
Other appearances 8

American singer and songwriter Mariah Carey has released sixty-two official singles, six promotional singles, and has made eight guest appearances. Carey's self-titled debut album in 1990 yielded four number-one singles on the Billboard Hot 100, the first being "Vision of Love", a song credited with revolutionizing the usage of distinguished vocal stylings, predominantly the practice of melisma, and effectively influencing virtually every female R&B performer since the 1990s.[1] Subsequent singles "Emotions" (1991) and Carey's cover of the Jackson 5 classic, "I'll Be There" (1992) continued the singer's streak of US number-one singles, with the latter becoming her fourth chart-topper in Canada and first in the Netherlands. With the release of Carey's third studio album, Music Box (1993), the singer's international popularity surged upon release of "Hero" and the album's third single, her cover of Harry Nilsson's "Without You", which became the singer's first number-one single in several countries across Europe.

Carey's holiday album Merry Christmas (1994) produced the singer's perennial yule-tide classic "All I Want for Christmas Is You". With its continual expanding legacy, the song remains her highest seller and one of the best-selling singles of all time, with global sales of over 14 million copies. As of 2013, the song is estimated to have generated over $50 million in royalties.[2] In 1995, the singer released her fifth studio effort, Daydream. Its singles "Fantasy" and "One Sweet Day" (with Boyz II Men) became Carey's ninth and tenth US number one singles, with the latter spending a record sixteen weeks atop the Billboard Hot 100.[3][4] In following years, she released Butterfly‍ '​s (1997) "Honey" – which became Carey's third single to debut atop the US chart, a record she still maintains – and "When You Believe" (with Whitney Houston).[5] The singer's version of "Against All Odds (Take a Look at Me Now)" (1999) (with Westlife) became her second chart-topping single in the UK.

Following a tumultuous period in the singer personal life, her ensuing albums/soundtrack Glitter (2001) and Charmbracelet (2002) failed to gain significant commercial traction, and led to a series of unsuccessful singles. Largely considered her come-back album, Carey's tenth studio effort The Emancipation of Mimi (2005) revived faith in the singer's stock, with single "We Belong Together" becoming her strongest international showing in years, and topping the chart in the US for 14-weeks and breaking several radio airplay records. In 2010, "We Belong Together" was listed by Billboard as the most successful song of the decade. In 2008, "Touch My Body", the debut single from her album E=MC², became Carey's 18th chart-topper on the Hot 100, making her the solo artist with the most number ones in the charts history.[3] Since Memoirs of an Imperfect Angel (2009), Carey has released a string of moderate to unsuccessful singles following into the release of her most recent offering, Me. I Am Mariah... The Elusive Chanteuse (2014). As of 2009, Carey has sold 17.2 million physical singles and 13.8 million digital tracks in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan.[3] Throughout her career, the singer has spent a record 79 weeks at the number one position on the Hot 100, becoming the artist with the most weeks at number one in US history.[3] Overall, she has 24 top-ten singles in the UK and 27 top-ten songs on the US chart, placing her in fifth place for the most top tens since its inception.[3]

Singles

1990s

Title Year Peak chart positions Sales Certifications Album
US
[6]
US R&B
[7]
AUS
[8]
CAN
[9]
FRA
[10]
GER
[11]
NLD
[12]
NZ
[13]
SWI
[14]
UK
[15]
"Vision of Love" 1990 1 1 9 1 25 17 8 1 24 9 Mariah Carey
"Love Takes Time" 1 1 14 2 57 24 9 37
"Someday" 1991 1 3 44 1 38 29 14 38
"I Don't Wanna Cry" 1 2 49 2 13
"There's Got to Be a Way"[H] 54
"Emotions" 1 1 11 1 39 9 3 17 Emotions
"Can't Let Go" 2 2 63 3 77 21 20
"Make It Happen" 1992 5 7 35 7 74 59 17
"I'll Be There"
(featuring Trey Lorenz)
1 11 9 1 16 33 1 1 20 2 MTV Unplugged
"If It's Over"[H] 80
"Dreamlover" 1993 1 2 7 1 49 39 8 2 13 9 Music Box
"Hero" 1 5 7 3 5 41 10 2 7
"Without You"[A] 1994 3 3 4 2 1 1 1 1 1
"Never Forget You"[A] 7
"Anytime You Need a Friend" 12 22 12 5 12 41 10 5 15 8
"All I Want for Christmas Is You" 21 2 8 17 5 4 17 2 Merry Christmas
"Joy to the World" 33
"Fantasy" 1995 1 1 1 1 5 17 9 1 10 4 Daydream
"One Sweet Day"
(with Boyz II Men)
1 2 2 1 5 25 2 1 12 6
"Open Arms"[H] 27 29 65 17 8 30 4
"Always Be My Baby" 1996 1 1 17 1 76 30 5 3
"Forever"[I] 77 11 47 40
"Underneath the Stars"[I]
"Honey" 1997 1 2 8 1 39 38 8 3 23 3 Butterfly
"Butterfly"[I] 27 22 43 76 52 15 22
"The Roof"[H] 1998 63 96
"Breakdown"[I]
(featuring Krayzie Bone and Wish Bone)
4 38 4
"My All" 1 39 28 6 30 32 21 7 4
"Sweetheart"[H]/[I]
(with Jermaine Dupri)
15 14 18 #1's
"When You Believe"
(with Whitney Houston)
15 33 13 20 5 8 5 8 2 4
"I Still Believe" 1999 4 3 54 9 33 58 51 24 31 16
  • RIAA: Platinum[17]
"Heartbreaker"
(featuring Jay-Z)
1 1 10 1 4 9 7 1 7 5 Rainbow
"—" denotes a title that did not chart, or was not released in that territory

2000s

Title Year Peak chart positions Sales Certifications Album
US
[6]
US R&B
[7]
AUS
[8]
CAN
[9]
FRA
[10]
GER
[11]
NLD
[12]
NZ
[13]
SWI
[14]
UK
[15]
"Thank God I Found You"
(featuring Joe and 98 Degrees)
2000 1 1 27 2 28 28 24 34 17 10 Rainbow
"Crybaby"[A]
(featuring Snoop Dogg)
28 23 4
"Can't Take That Away (Mariah's Theme)"[A] 65
"Against All Odds"[H] 18 29 27 20
"Loverboy"
(featuring Cameo)
2001 2 1 7 3 54 57 35 66 12 Glitter
"Never Too Far" 36 97 67 65 32
"Don't Stop (Funkin' 4 Jamaica)"[A]
(featuring Mystikal)
42
"Reflections (Care Enough)"[H]
"Never Too Far/Hero Medley" 81 66 Greatest Hits
"Through the Rain" 2002 81 69 15 5 22 36 11 37 7 8 Charmbracelet
"Boy (I Need You)"
(featuring Cam'ron)
2003 68 29 51 73 49 35 78 17
"Bringin' On the Heartbreak" 28
"It's Like That" 2005 16 17 9 16 14 26 21 10 4 The Emancipation of Mimi
"We Belong Together" 1 1 1 12 11 2 2 4 2
"Shake It Off" 2 2 6 5 9
"Get Your Number"[H]
(featuring Jermaine Dupri)
19 27 7 34 14
"Don't Forget About Us" 1 1 12 41 32 12 19 11
"Say Somethin'"
(featuring Snoop Dogg)
2006 79 26 63 55 27
"Touch My Body" 2008 1 2 17 2 16 7 14 3 3 5
  • RIAA: Platinum[17]
E=MC²
"Bye Bye" 19 33 53 34 70 7 30
"I'll Be Lovin' U Long Time" 58 36 69 84
"I Stay in Love" 81 95
"Obsessed" 2009 7 12 13 15 8 61 21 61 52 Memoirs of an Imperfect Angel
"I Want to Know What Love Is" 60 40 45 57 6 37 25 19
"H.A.T.E.U." 72
"—" denotes a title that did not chart, or was not released in that territory

2010s

Title Year Peak chart positions Sales Certifications Album
US
[6]
US R&B
[7]
AUS
[8]
CAN
[9]
FRA
[10]
GER
[11]
NLD
[12]
NZ
[13]
SWI
[14]
UK
[15]
"Up Out My Face"
(featuring Nicki Minaj)
2010 100 39 Memoirs of an Imperfect Angel
"Angels Cry"
(featuring Ne-Yo)
90 81
"Oh Santa!" 100 73 Merry Christmas II You
"When Christmas Comes"
(with John Legend)
2011 59
[50]
"Triumphant (Get 'Em)"
(featuring Rick Ross and Meek Mill)
2012 53 135 144 non-album singles
"Almost Home" 2013 185
"#Beautiful"
(featuring Miguel)
15 3 6 27 41 68 10 22 Me. I Am Mariah… The Elusive Chanteuse
"You're Mine (Eternal)" 2014 88 24 96 87
"You Don't Know What to Do"
(featuring Wale)
"Infinity" 2015 82 28 85 154 #1 to Infinity
"—" denotes a title that did not chart, or was not released in that territory.

Other appearances

Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications
(Sales)
Album
US
[54]
US R&B
[55]
AUS
[56]
CAN
[57]
FRA
[10]
GER
[11]
NLD
[12]
NZ
[58]
SWI
[59]
UK
[60]
"Endless Love"
(with Luther Vandross)
1994 2 7 2 6 12 14 4 1 6 3 Songs
"Against All Odds"
(with Westlife)
2000 52 35 1 Coast to Coast
"Things That U Do"
(Jay-Z featuring Mariah Carey)
120 Vol. 3... Life and Times of S. Carter
"I Know What You Want"
(with Busta Rhymes)
2003 3 2 3 5 25 9 6 7 5 3 It Ain't Safe No More
"U Make Me Wanna"
(with Jadakiss)
2004 21 8 55 Kiss of Death
"Lil' L.O.V.E."
(with Bone Thugs-n-Harmony)
2007 66 6 Strength & Loyalty
"Just Stand Up!"
(among Artists Stand Up to Cancer)
2008 11 57 39 10 19 26 non-album single
"My Love"
(with The-Dream)
2009 82 36 Love vs. Money
"Everybody Hurts"
(as part of Helping Haiti)
2010 28 59 17 16 1 non-album single
"All I Want for Christmas Is You (Superfestive!)"
(with Justin Bieber)
2011 86[63] 61 148 Under the Mistletoe
"—" denotes a title that did not chart, or was not released in that territory.

Promotional singles and other charted songs

Title Year Peak chart positions Album
US
[64]
US R&B
[65]
US Dig.
[66]
AUS
[8]
FRA
[10]
UK
[15]
"Irresistible (Westside Connection)" (featuring Westside Connection) 2002 81 Charmbracelet
"U Like This (Megamix)" 2004 The Remixes
"Mine Again" 2006 73[B] The Emancipation of Mimi
"So Lonely" (with Twista) 65
"Fly Like a Bird" 19[C]
"Migrate" (featuring T-Pain) 2008 92[D] 95 61 E=MC²
"Side Effects" (featuring Young Jeezy) 93
"I'm That Chick" 82[E]
"Right to Dream"[F] 2009 Tennessee
"Betcha Gon' Know (The Prologue)" 66[G] Memoirs of an Imperfect Angel
"Silent Night" 67[J] Merry Christmas
"100%" 2010 AT&T TEAM USA Soundtrack (2010)
"Auld Lang Syne" Merry Christmas II You
"The Art of Letting Go" 2013 46 82 84 90 Me. I Am Mariah… The Elusive Chanteuse
"—" denotes a title that did not chart.

See also

Notes

  • A ^ Was released as a double A-side in certain countries.
  • B ^ Charted due to strong sales from The Emancipation of Mimi.[67]
  • C ^ Was supposed to be the 7th single from The Emancipation of Mimi but was cancelled and served as a promotional single in the United States only.[68]
  • D ^ Charted due to digital downloads the week of E=MC²'s release.[69]
  • E ^ Released as an airplay-only single for Urban adult contemporary radio.[67]
  • F ^ Released only to adult contemporary radio in promotion of the movie Tennessee.[70]
  • G ^ Charted due to strong downloads from Memoirs of an Imperfect Angel in its release week.[71]
  • H ^ Not released in the U.S. or in many other countries.
  • I ^ Only released to radio in the United States. Was not allowed to chart on the Billboard Hot 100 because of chart regulations at the time preventing "album cuts" (songs without a commercial single release) to chart.
  • J ^ Charted due to strong sales from Merry Christmas.[72]

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