Mariah Carey Recording Breakup Album/ Collaborating With Jermaine Dupri

While Mariah Carey is prepping for the premiere of her docuseries, “Mariah’s World,” there’s new details on her upcoming music.

The singer broke up with billionaire fiancé, James Packer in October. Carey hasn’t opened up on the separation, but denied reports from Australian magazine, “Woman’s Day” blaming her “extravagant spending.”

Since then, she’s been seen often with her back-up dancer, Bryan Tanka. As opposed to the first trailer of the docuseries, the new trailer centers on her relationship with Tanka.

A Carey source told US Weekly is recording a breakup album. “She wants it to have the big heartbreak ballads she’s famous for.”

In this case, Mariah should rekindle with producer Walter Afanasieff, who worked with her on earlier ballads such as “Love Takes Time.” However, she’ll be collaborating with long-time producer, Jermaine Dupri. “She wants to duplicate her old success.”