Mariah Carey has cancelled the release of her upcoming album ANGELS ADVOCATE, according to reports.
The singer was set to unleash the remix record on 23 February (10) but the on-shelf date was pushed back by five weeks until 30 March (10).
Now a report posted on fan news site MariahJournal.com reveals the album has been scrapped.
The article reads, "(We are) able to confirm that the Angels Advocate album, a Remixed edition of Memoirs of An Imperfect Angel will not be released. According to Mariah's management, the album will not be put out in the regular album fashion but they are working on releasing some singles off the album. 'It won't go to waste,' we were assured."
A statement, said to be from Carey's management, adds: "We are looking to go possibly to another studio album or Christmas album. The decision hasn't been totally made yet. It's a creative process that cannot be rushed."