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A reflective track called “Christmas In Toronto” has been released by Mariah The Scientist

There was a release back in March named Buckles Laboratories Presents: The Intermission EP. This EP contained four tracks that included Mariah’s The Scientist viral smash hit “Spread Thin” from her Buckles Laboratories EP. It has since been announced that she will be releasing a sultry new single entitled “Bout Mine” just in time for the week of her birthday.

A slow-tempo track that serves to show off the more reflective side of the Atlanta-born singer, “Christmas In Toronto,” was shared by the singer on Christmas Day, which serves to show off the diversity of her career. In the song, Mariah The Scientist refers to former holiday memories that are brought back to mind as a result of her time in Toronto for the holidays:

It has been a while since the singer of “Always and Forever,” released her last album, RY RY WORLD, which was back in 2021. The album consisted of 10 tracks with guest appearances from Lil Baby and Young Thug across the entire album. It has been quite the year for her. She has been on the road with Rod Wave since the beginning of the year, opening for his “Beautiful Mind Tour.” In addition, she had the opportunity to perform at an array of major festivals through the end of the year, including Lollapalooza, Rolling Loud Toronto, Coachella, and more.

As Mariah The Scientist explained in a previous interview, she has seen her music evolve over the years since she decided to embark on her path as an artist. “Having more energy now seems to be a good thing for me. There is no feeling like mine when it comes to the world. Working hard enough, I am certain that if I try hard enough, I will be able to achieve everything I desire. Evolution is the process by which you evolve over time. There has been a lot of change in my life personally as well as professionally in so many ways, and yet I feel good about it all,” she said.

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