Mariah Carey’s Tell All Book

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It’s a Mariah Carey “tell all” book and NO, Mariah did not sign off on it and is not happy its getting ready to hit the bookstores!!!

Mariah Carey’s business is getting ready to be aired out for the world to see in a “tell-all” book being released by Damizza, who produced the hits ‘Still Believe’ and ‘Crybaby.’
“Guilty By Association” is a book that supposedly will reveal some of Carey’s most intimate secrets about their relationship.

Damizza’s book received two “cease and decist” letters from the singer, but he just doesn’t seem to care. It’s set for an October 19 release date.

“It’s the truth,” Damizza told AllHipHop. “When it comes to the music industry I know how deep the rabbit hole goes … and I’m taking fans along for the ride. But there’s a lot more to my story than introducing Mariah to Eminem.”

The book also addresses other behind-the-scenes info including details on why Dr. Dre’s ‘Detox’ has been constantly delayed, how Jay-Z climbed to the top of the record executive ranks, and how Damizza played a part in smoothing over Janet Jackson’s relationship with radio programmers following her infamous Super Bowl incident.

“I’m letting loose on how records are made, promoted, leaked, paid off, corrupted and careers and lives made and destroyed at the whims of ego and corporate corruption,” he says. “I was there.”


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