The former judge of 'American Idol' says that the song, which is the title track of her upcoming album, will be premiered on her Facebook page on November 11.
Mariah Carey has announced the second single off her upcoming album, "The Art of Letting Go". The former "American Idol" judge took to her Facebook page on Monday, October 14 to reveal that the album's title track would serve as the follow-up to lead single "#Beautiful".
The next single will be premiered on November 11 on the diva's Facebook. "I couldn't be more thrilled to announce that my brand new single 'THE ART OF LETTING GO', will be released here exclusively on my Facebook page on 11.11.2013!!" Carey wrote.
"This song is so personal to me and I'm very excited to share this experience with you in such an intimate way," she added. " 'I can't even know what to say'!!! We're less than a month away and I can't wait to answer all your questions and share this experience with you." Carey also urged her fans to check her Facebook page everyday for updates.
Carey is currently working on her new album, "The Art of Letting Go". Originally slated to arrive on July 23, the singer's 14th studio album had been delayed indefinitely.
Back in early July, Carey dislocated her shoulder when filming a music video for the remix version of "#Beautiful", featuring Young Jeezy. She recently wrote a letter to give fans latest information about her condition. She also addressed the postponed album.
"The last three months of my life have not been easy. Getting through this injury has been the toughest experience of my life," Carey wrote. "My hand was still in tremendous pain and it took this long for it to heal."
Carey admitted to sneaking into the studio several times to work on her delayed project. "This is, to me, one of the most important albums I've ever made in my life. If you're a lamb, a fan, or just a human being that needs to feel good, happy, sad, miserable, joyous... 'I gotcha' (said like Roc- you haven't heard how he says it yet but you will soon, it's a complete+total classic!)," she added.