"Always Be My Baby" is the third #1 pop single from the Daydream album. It was co-written and co-produced with Jermaine Dupri and Manuel Seal. After two consecutive singles debuting at #1, "Always Be My Baby" only debuted at #2 but did spend two weeks at the top. It also spent nine non-consecutive weeks at #2, a record in that position for Mariah Carey.
12. "Honey" - 1997
"Honey" is the first single from Mariah Carey's album Butterfly. She collaborated with rap star Puff Daddy, now Diddy, on the song. The accompanying music video was notable for featuring a sexier, more "street" side of Mariah Carey. "Honey" spent three weeks at #1 on the pop singles chart and received two Grammy Award nominations for Best R&B Song and Best R&B Female Vocal.
13. "My All" - 1998
The second #1 pop single from Mariah Carey's album Butterfly is notable for incorporating Latin influences in the sound. Long-time collaborator Walter Afanasieff co-wrote and co-produced the song. The video for the song was shot in black and white and on location in Puerto Rico. "My All" spent two weeks at the top of the pop singles chart.
"Heartbreaker" is a #1 single from Mariah Carey's studio album Rainbow. It features a collaboration with rap star Jay-Z. The song was originally intended for a Mariah Carey movie project. However, continued delays in putting the movie together caused the song to be included on the studio album Rainbow instead. It was the second Mariah Carey song to feature a sample from the Tom Tom Club's "Genius of Love." The song spent two weeks at #1 on the US pop singles chart causing Mariah Carey to surpass the Beatles for the most total weeks spent at #1 on the pop singles chart.
"Thank God I Found You" is the second #1 pop single from Mariah Carey's album Rainbow. It features vocals from both R&B singer Joe and the boy band 98 Degrees. The song only spent one week at the top of the chart, but it was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals.
"We Belong Together" is the second single from Mariah Carey's grand comeback album The Emancipation of Mimi. It was co-produced with favorite past collaborators Jermaine Dupri and Manuel Seal. The song was received with great celebration by Mariah Carey fans and critics alike. It became her first #1 pop single in five years and spent 14 weeks at the top of the chart. Mariah Carey also took home two Grammy Awards for Best R&B Song and Best Female R&B Vocal.