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Mariah Carey records new song as theme for ABC’s ‘mixed-ish’

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In this May 1, 2019, file photo Mariah Carey poses in the press room with the Icon award at the Billboard Music Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. ABC announced that Carey has co-written and sings the theme music to ABC’s new “black-ish” spinoff “mixed-ish.”

Mariah Carey has recorded a new song that will debut as the theme of ABC’s “black-ish” spinoff.

ABC announced Monday that Carey has co-written and sings the theme music to “mixed-ish.” Carey says in a statement that she loves the show’s pilot, which focuses on the 1980s upbringing of Tracee Ellis Ross’ character, Rainbow.

Carey says she has wanted to collaborate with “black-ish’s” creators for some time, and providing music for a show focused on a biracial woman like herself is a natural fit.

“mixed-ish” is set to premiere on ABC on Sept. 24. It stars Arica Himmel as young Rainbow, and Mark-Paul Gosselaar and Tika Sumpter as her parents.

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