Mariah Carey Tweets About New Single, 'Obsessed'

Single, from forthcoming Memoirs of an Imperfect Angel LP, will be at radio next week.

Late last month, [artist id="976"]Mariah Carey[/artist] took to her Twitter account to tell the world that her next album will be called Memoirs of an Imperfect Angel, and early Tuesday (June 9), she did so again to talk about the album's first single.

"The 1st single from my new album Memoirs of an Imperfect Angel is called 'Obsessed' and will be at radio next Tuesday," she Tweeted. "I'm a lil' exc" (the post cuts off before she continues in another Tweet). "Seriously, this is one of my favorite songs ever. I love the whole album. I'm completely immersed in it. I can't wait for you to hear it."

Last month, Carey Tweeted, "Bcuz I Love U, I want u to be the first to know the title of my new album Memoirs of an Imperfect Angel. It's very personal & dedicated to u."

Details about the album have been scarce, but back in January, songwriter/ producer/ artist The-Dream told KIIS-FM about some tracks he'd begun working on with the singer the week before. The-Dream and his frequent collaborator Tricky Stewart produced the hit "Touch My Body" from Mariah's last album, E=MC2.

"I'm trying to do the whole [album]," The-Dream told the station's DJ Skee.

"I love her, she's everything," he said of Carey. "She's down, she's cool, she gets it. You think she's this big, but she gets it. She's all the way in there. I told her we need to get back in there. It's not like it used to be where you can wait to come out with an album. I'm like, 'Let's go, let's do it!' And she's up for it."

The-Dream said he wouldn't want to take Mariah too far from the style that's brought her so much success in the past.

"It's like we're trying to make a greatest hits without using the greatest hits," he said. He added that he thought the album would be called MC3, but apparently that plan has changed.

Carey has said in the past how much she enjoys collaborating with other songwriters like The-Dream.

"Sometimes it's perhaps a co-writer, which you can definitely feed off that other person's energy or where they're coming from, and go back and forth with different ideas," Carey said in a statement. "That's a process that really inspires me and that I really love."