Mariah Carey Debuts ‘You Don’t Know What to Do’ in ‘Today Show’ Live Concert (Video, Photos)

May 16, 2014
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Mariah Carey debuted a new song, ‘You Don’t Know What to Do,’ live in concert on the Today Show at The Plaza. Her live performance served to kick off the summer concert season, and give a preview of her new album, ‘Me. I Am Mariah… The Elusive Chanteuse.’ Relive the moment in video and photos!




She gave fans quite a show live on The Plaza at Rockefeller Center in New York City, kicking it off with one of her biggest hits from recent years, ‘Touch My Body.’ But then, without fanfare came the live television debut of the new song, ‘You Don’t Know What to Do,’ which features Grammy-nominated Washington, DC rapper Wale.

It’s an uptempo song, and may be well on its way to becoming one of our summer jams as its release has generated a buzz. And it should be noted the buzz was indeed for the song, rather than the likes of a wardrobe malfunction. It just goes to show a great song has the power to cut through the clutter and make us all take notice!

The new song follows the recently released second single, ‘You’re Mine (Eternal)’ which features Grammy-nominated R&B singer-songwriter Trey Songz. The album itself, ‘Me. I Am Mariah… The Elusive Chanteuse’ is her fourteenth album, and has been in the works for quite some time — much too long from the point of view of her fans. It’s her first album since the 2009 release, ‘Memoirs of an Imperfect Angel.’

Mariah Carey looked stunning and, as fashionistas online have been quick to identify her figure-hugging floor-length black dress as and accessorized with Gucci shoes and Scarselli jewelry. With such formal elegance she could easily have been walking the red carpet at the Oscars, but instead she was putting on a crowd pleasing live performance.

You can see more pictures from the Mariah Carey’s live concert performance and watch the video below!




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‘You Don’t Know What to Do’


Touch My Body





Pictures: PR Photos



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