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Mariah Carey recording with Randy Jackson and possibly Rick Ross

Posted by Mawuse Ziegbe  April 25, 2012 12:18 PM

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Attention lambs: Mariah Carey is logging some serious studio time, and through the magic of social media, we're getting a glimpse of who has stopped by to collaborate with the diva on her latest effort.

Accompanying her latest studio-related tweet is a snap of the superstar behind a drum kit alongside Randy Jackson, who is her manager, and some other musical whiz kids.

Miami MC Rick Ross also recently tweeted a pic of he and Mimi posing in the lab, and Rap Radar has more pics of the pair alongside longtime Carey collaborator Jermaine Dupri and posse cut king DJ Khaled. Mimi has also tweeted about hitting the studio with R&B songsmith Brian Michael Cox.

Check out Carey and Jackson (manning the bass) rocking out in the video for her cover of Def Leppard's "Bringin' On the Heartbreak" from her 2002 release "Charmbracelet."



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