Is there any label pushing young, talented R&B acts like RCA Records is at at the moment? With H.E.R, SZA, Ro James, Normani and many others pushing forward, RCA is home of to some of the best talent in the industry. Not to mention, veterans like Alicia Keys, Chris Brown and D’Angelo also call RCA home. Adding into the talented lineup, Mariah The Scientist is also part of the R&B powerhouse.
Mariah The Scientist made noise in 2019 with the release of her latest studio album, Master. The ten track project featured artists like Mansa and production from the likes of Tory Lanez, WondaGurl and Earl on the Beat. Not to mention, it produced the hit, “Beetlejuice” composed by Tory Lanez. After a successful run in 2019, she’s getting things going for the second half of 2020 with a new single.
Mariah The Scientist has released a new track called “RIP”. Floating over K Rain’s production, the Atlanta based artist does what she does best as she delivers another R&B anthem.
“I cannot sell my soul to prove, it should’ve been ours/And I use my telescope at night, it won’t be for stars/Instead I hope that I can love, you from a far/’Cause, ain’t no elevator/Guess I’ll take the long way home,” she sings.
Is a new album on the way? Only time will tell. For now, let’s enjoy her newest single, “RIP.”