Mariah Carey Debuts Rich Homie Quan-Assisted Song, 'Thirsty': Listen

Mariah Carey

Three months after releasing her ballad, "You're Mine (Eternal)," Mariah Carey unleashes a hit for the clubs, "Thirsty."

Mariah Carey's Journey to a New Album: The Billboard Cover Story

"You're thirsty for a dream/ Leaving me drowning/ Boy, there ain't no S.O.S.," Mariah proclaims on the Hit-Boy-produced song, which features Atlanta rapper Rich Homie Quan.

Besides Rich Homie Quan, the singer's 14th album, "Me. I am Mariah… The Elusive Chanteuse" (May 27), will feature Jermaine Dupri, Rodney Jerkins, Nas, Wale, Trey Songz ("You're Mine (Eternal)"), Miguel ("#Beautiful"), Mike Will Made It, Hit-Boy and a "special guest star that I'm not allowed to reveal," she tells Billboard in her cover story.



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