Music Mix: Mariah & Malbec Music

November’s music mix is inspired by music legend Mariah Carey‘s new release Caution, AND the fact that I always picture her with a glass of wine in her hand (NO SHADE). While I don’t necessarily consider myself a “Lamb”, I certainly recognize and respect greatness when I see and experience it.  The Mariah & Malbec Music playlist features tracks from her new album as well as a few of her classics and fan faves from her 28-year music career.  It also features the latest music from R&B, pop and a few hip-hop stars like Ciara, Kandi, Swizz Beatz, Lil Wayne, and Cardi B. The playlist also spotlights burgeoning music artists like Ella Mai, Khalid, Normani ,and Ari Lennox who have been making waves in the industry this past year.  You’ll also get to hear all five versions of Rick Ross’ “Maybach Music” just because.


Click the link above to check out the Mariah & Malbec Music playlist on Spotify.  Download it, play it, and share it with your crew for Thanksgiving. Check us out every month for a new Spotify playlist, and don’t forget to follow me, Trey Payadue, on Spotify to get access to new playlists first.


Don’t forget to check out Mariah Carey’s new album Caution by clicking the album below. Click Dope Aural: Recent Reverb for more recent releases.

Trey Payadue is a contributing blogger and curator of music for The Black Unicorn Project. He was raised on the west bank of the New Orleans Metropolitan Area in the small town of Marrero, Louisiana. Brought up in the Black Catholic church, Trey was completely immersed in New Orleans music and Black culture through local fairs and famous celebrations like Mardi Gras, New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, and the Essence Fest. He was also exposed to various styles of music, such as gospel, pop, rock, funk, hip-hop, bounce and his first love, rhythm & blues, at a young age. His inherent love and appreciation, paired with his exposure to New Orleans Culture and events, ignited an infectious passion for music. Trey quickly became known as “The Music Man”, amateur house party DJ and the mixtape go-to guy for new music. Currently, Trey juggles a 9-5 while moonlighting as a curator of good music, a patron of popular music and Black culture, and a student of where all three intersect. Follow him on Instagram & Twitter @SumthinSevere and get access to shared playlists on Spotify.

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