Her single has a slow start, but the long-delayed release, assures one, has been cooking slowly, 'like a honey-baked ham'
In the last two years, Mariah Carey has cycled through three managers, two album release dates and four new tracks -- will her fifth be the charm? On Feb. 12, Carey unveiled the latest single from her long-delayed new album. The finger-snapping ballad "You're Mine (Eternal)" is her fifth new song since 2009's "Memoirs of an Imperfect Angel," none of which has risen higher than No. 15 on the Billboard Hot 100. With Carey's 14th album now slated for May 6, a lot is riding on the fate of "You're Mine" for both Carey and her label, Island Def Jam.