American singer-songwriter, Mariah the Scientist, drops a new track to celebrate the festive season. The Atlanta-based R&B musician shares “Christmas in Toronto,” the follow-up to October’s “Bout Mine.”
“Christmas in Toronto” is a standout track that shines through with its slow-tempo melodies and Mariah’s compelling vocals. The song reminisces bittersweet memories of a past relationship, “You made me see this world in/ New colors, a new lens/ And I’ll fade back to black in the end/ But when I’m alone tonight baby/ I won’t have to pretend.”
The stripped-down instrumentals emphasize Mariah’s sweet voice as she sings, “We spent Christmas in Toronto/ Woke to the most handsome face/ Made memories no Audemar Piguet cannot replace/ And it was sweet but leaves the most bitter taste/ Met your mother she has the sweetest embrace.”
“I feel more turnt up. I feel like the world is mine. I could have everything if I work hard enough. The more you evolve, it’s an evolution. Everything is changing personally and professionally in so many ways, but I feel good about it though,”admits Mariah as she talks about her personal and professional development.
As Mariah the Scientist returns to the scene with “Christmas in Toronto,” it’s important to mention last year’s full-length album, Ry Ry World, and the latest EP, Buckles Laboratories Presents: The Intermission.
Listen to “Christmas in Toronto” here: