Mariah Carey Rolls Out Crave Records

Feb. 19 [18:00 EST] -- Mariah Carey, who is now at work on her next album with hip-hop mogul Sean "Puffy" Combs and members of A Tribe Called Quest, will see the debut of her own record label next week.

"Crave Records" makes its entry into record stores with "Head Over Heels," the first single from a group of four female singers who call themselves "Allure."

Allure's debut album is due out in April, and it's produced by "The Trackmasters" team that's also worked with Foxy Brown and L.L. Cool J. L-L is a guest on the album, along with Mary J. Blige and Rae-Kwon from the Wu-Tang Clan.