Five Reasons Why Ariana Grande Is The Next Mariah Carey

Ariana Grande And Mariah Carey

Ariana Grande And Mariah Carey

Ariana Grande seems to have taken the constant comparisons in stride. When Ariana Grande dropped off her debut single The Way, the Mariah Carey comparisons started almost immediately, with music critics dubbing her a “mini Mariah”. Five reasons because Ariana Grande is a subsequent Mariah Carey.

Musical Style

When Grande dropped off her debut single The Way, the Mariah comparisons started almost immediately, with music critics dubbing her a “mini Mariah”. Grande’s bouncy pop music undoubtedly is a throwback to the R&B era of the 1990s, where pop divas like Whitney Houston, Christina Aguilera and Mariah Carey reigned.

Diva Requests

They both prefer to be photographed from one side of their face. Grande insisted photographers shoot from the left side of her face during her promotional tour Down Under. Similarly, Carey prefers to be photographed from the right, not the left.

That Outspoken Range

Mariah Carey possesses a 5 octave outspoken range, while Grande’s got a 4 octave outspoken range. That explains because Grande can strike those unfit super-high alarm records like Carey does on her songs like Emotions, Dreamlover and One Sweet Day. They also both occur to do that diva finger call when belting out outspoken runs.

Musical Achievements And Songs

They both got their initial strike singular during age 20 – Carey with Vision Of Love in 1990, and Grande with The Way in 2013. Carey also happens to have another chart-topping singular patrician Always Be My Baby, while Grande’s got a new singular out patrician Be My Baby. They also both have a Christmas manuscript of their own.

The Dance Moves

Earlier this year, Grande was once again compared to Carey after fans claimed her opening of Problem during a Radio Disney Music Awards – with choreographed arm fluttering while stepping from side to side – was really identical to a immature Carey behaving her strike strain Honey behind in a 1990s.

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