Is Mariah Carey's 'Infinity' a Diss Towards Nick Cannon?

Her lyrics suggest that they're not getting back together anytime soon.

(Photo: Epic Records)

After the announcement of Mariah Carey returning to Epic Records for a new record deal, listeners finally get a first taste of her greatest hits album #1 to Infinity.


Last night, Carey released “Infinity,” which is a brand new song among her 18 other hits from her illustrious career. The song is aimed at Nick Cannon, where the pop icon calls him out for splitting up with her last year:

“Talkin’ bout you’re mad / Could it be that you just lost the best you’ve ever had?”

“Boy you actin' so corny like Fritos / Wouldn’t have none of that without me, though”

“Is it lack of ice got you so cold? / Have you ever felt this on your own? / Why you tryin' to play like you’re so grown? / Everything you own boy you still owe”

Apparently, she’s done with him. Hear “Infinity” here, and check out the track list to #1 to Infinity, dropping May 18.

#1 to Infinity Track list:
01. “Vision of Love” (4 weeks, 1990)
02. “Love Takes Time” (3 weeks, 1990)
03. “Someday” (MTV Unplugged version) (2 weeks, 1991)
04. “I Don’t Wanna Cry” (2 weeks, 1991)
05. “Emotions” (3 weeks, 1991)
06. “I’ll Be There” (feat. Trey Lorenz) (2 weeks, 1992)
07. “Dreamlover” (8 weeks, 1993)
08. “Hero” (4 weeks, 1993)
09. “Fantasy” (Bad Boy Fantasy feat. O.D.B.) (8 weeks, 1995)
10. “One Sweet Day” (feat. Boyz II Men) (16 weeks,1995-1996)
11. “Always Be My Baby” (2 weeks, 1996)
12. “Honey” (3 weeks, 1997)
13. “My All” (1 week, 1998)
14. “Heartbreaker” (feat. Jay-Z) (2 weeks, 1999)
15. “Thank God I Found You” (feat. Joe & 98 Degrees) (1 week, 2000)
16. “We Belong Together” (14 weeks, 2005)
17. “Don’t Forget About Us” (2 weeks, 2005)
18. “Touch My Body” (2 weeks, 2008)
19. “Infinity” (2015) is your No. 1 source for Black celebrity news, photos, exclusive videos and all the latest in the world of hip hop and R&B music.

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