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After less-than-stellar sales of her critically-acclaimed “…Elusive Chanteuse” album, Mariah Carey and Jermaine Dupri have decided to part ways. The duo gave us greatness such as “Always Be My Baby,” “We Belong Together,” and hits like “It’s Like That,” in addition to executive producing her latest effort, Me. I Am Mariah, The Elusive Chanteuse.
In a statement to Billboard Magazine, JD insisted that there was no love lost between MC and himself.
“I’m a very hands-on person when it comes to my work,” said J.D. “I put my all into every project. But when I’m not allowed to do what I do, then I know it’s time for me to move on. Mariah and I enjoy working together and will continue to make great music together in the future.”
Billboard also speculates that Kevin Lyles, who manages Trey Songz, might be in the mix now. There’s nothing official on that, yet.