Mariah Carey's 'Angels Advocate' Remix Album Due March 30

Nick Cannon and Mariah Carey seen during Sean Pecas Birthday Celebration at Pink Elephant on September 23, 2009 in New York City.

After being pushed back from a Feb. 23 release date, Mariah Carey confirmed via her Twitter today (Jan. 28) that her remix album, "Angels Advocate," is now scheduled for March 30.

Carey released two songs this week off the set: a duet of "Angel Cry" with Ne-Yo and "Up Out of My Face" featuring Nicki Minaj. Videos for both songs, directed by Carey and husband, Nick Cannon, hit the web today.

Carey now goes up against Usher, who is set to release his new Jive Records album, "Raymond Vs. Raymond," on the same date. "Angels Advocate" is her 13th studio album and will feature all new remixes and duets of songs off her 2009 release, "Memoirs of an Imperfect Angel."

Carey is currently on her "Angles Advocate" tour, which is set to wrap up on Feb. 27 at the Pearl Concert Theater in Las Vegas.