The song “What Would You Do?” is one of the most popular pop songs on YouTube.
It’s been translated into more than a dozen languages.
It was the subject of a popular video and a feature in Time magazine.
It is also a favorite of the popular hip hop duo Mariah Carey and T-Pain.
But the song was written and performed by women and, according to the singer, “I am proud of that.”
The song’s lyrics are upbeat and straightforward, but it’s hard not to get caught up in the excitement.
“What would you do?”
Carey says in the video.
“The answer to that is you would get up in front of people and sing it.”
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He explains that it was originally written as a joke in 2008.
Carey and her husband, rapper Drake, took the idea to the stage to perform it.
It had been written in response to a question about the death of their daughter, Mariah, who died at 17.
“My question was: Would you take a day off from your job and sing ‘What Would you do?’?” Carey told the crowd.
“I was actually thinking that we would take a few days off and get drunk and sing that song.
I said, ‘I know, I can’t do it, you know?
It’s not funny, it’s not real.'”
Carey and Drake, who is the son of the late rapper Ice Cube, had originally planned to perform the song at an upcoming show.
But, they were interrupted by the arrival of Mariah’s father, Marcela, who had been hospitalized.
Carey’s father was in an induced coma.
Marcella was rushed to a hospital in Memphis, Tennessee, and her condition worsened.
After Carey and the two men went to the hospital to perform, Marciel Carey arrived to see what was wrong.
Carey said her father was “dead,” and that she was “trying to hold it together and get through it.”
Marcelela died after two weeks.
Mariah was 22 months old at the time.
She had suffered a brain aneurysm, a blood clot, and a stroke.
Carey was a teenager when her father died.
Carey recalled how she was feeling the morning after Marcelda died.
“You’re a teenager, you don’t understand anything, you can’t even think about what happened, how she died,” Carey said.
“That’s the day that I realized I had to get up and sing, because if you don to, you’re going to be doing something really bad.”
Carey, who has two other children, said she and Drake were “stunned” and “stared into silence” for days after the performance.
“It was like we were just waiting for her to wake up and say something, because we were trying to get through this and get back to being the best people we could be.”
“The thing is, you never really get over anything,” Carey told ABC News.
“Sometimes, when you do something, it takes away from the rest of your life.
And it’s sad because I’ve had so many amazing experiences and so many great people, but I was so lost in the song and so lost.”
The video for “What Should I Do?” has been viewed more than 500,000 times.
It has been translated to more than 40 languages, including English.
“For me, I was inspired by the video because I wanted to put it in a context where it would resonate,” Carey added.
“Because it’s such an important song, I wanted it to have a meaning that is so universal.
I wanted the video to be a metaphor for all of life.
It could have been a song about people who can’t take care of themselves or have a kid, but in the end, it has to be about all of us, because I think the song really speaks to the human condition.”
In her new book, Marcella Carey: My Life in Hip Hop, Carey recounts how her parents raised her after her mother died and her father suffered from a stroke and Alzheimer’s disease.
She also writes about her childhood, when she and her brother were separated from their mother and left behind in Chicago to attend private schools.
“We had to do whatever we could to get by, because no one could afford us,” Carey writes.
Carey said she had to take on extra work as a waitress, a school teacher, and, eventually, a lawyer to pay for the cost of Marcellas education. “After”
Our mother could not afford to send our father to school because of the way he was spending his time.”
Carey said she had to take on extra work as a waitress, a school teacher, and, eventually, a lawyer to pay for the cost of Marcellas education. “After