Mariah the Scientist - To Be Eaten Alive Tour

W/ Chxrry22, DJ Honey
All Ages

About This Event

PLEASE NOTE - Marathon Music Works is a cashless venue. Only debit or credit cards are accepted at our bars, box office and guest services window. Please plan accordingly.

--

VIP: Mariah The Scientist Meet & Greet Package
Includes:

  • One general admission floor ticket
  • Early entry into the venue
  • Exclusive meet & greet with Mariah The Scientist
  • Personal photograph with Mariah The Scientist
  • Autographed glossy 8x10 photo
  • Specially designed To Be Eaten Alive t-shirt (exclusive to VIP only)
  • Custom scorpion keychain
  • Official meet & greet laminate
  • On-site host
  • Priority merchandise shopping
  • Limited availability

--
PLEASE RIDESHARE - Parking is limited around the venue. We strongly recommend using rideshare apps like Uber or Lyft for transportation to and from the venue. There is a designated rideshare pick up / drop off location near the entrance for your convenience.
 

Artist Info

Mariah The Scientist
R&B singer-songwriter Mariah The Scientist hails from Atlanta, GA, and is releasing her first studio album on Epic Records, To Be Eaten Alive, in October. Her core following, cultivated through viscous emotional expression on her first three projects—Master, Ry Ry World, and The Intermission—continues to grow and helps position her as one of R&B’s brightest young stars. Mariah’s musical curiosity was born in childhood, exposed to a variety of musical acts by her father. “Coldplay comes [to Atlanta], someone that he was definitely playing for me as a child, and then I open for them,” she recalls. From there, Mariah’s journey took her to NYC via St. John’s University, where she studied biology. Though she halted her scholastic pursuit to chase her dreams as an entertainer, the “Scientist” moniker stuck with her. That said, it’s Mariah’s art that makes her unique.

The vulnerable, raw expression that composes much of Mariah The Scientist’s catalog distinguishes her from much of today’s mainstream landscape, something she’s keen on continuing even as her profile grows. From performances at Coachella and Pitchfork Music Festival to collaborations beside Lil Baby, Youngboy Never Broke Again, Chris Brown, A Boogie and Young Thug, there’s no debating that Mariah is worthy of the spotlight. Still, she refuses to take the opportunity to genuinely connect with her audience for granted. “I don't think that creating art should be super forced. When you try to force art, you don't like it. At least the creator winds up not liking it.. And a lot of times, people don't realize that.”
Chxrry22

Chxrry 22 isn’t looking for your approval. That immediately becomes clear after one listen to her dreamy debut single, “The Falls”. Smudging the lines between pop and R&B, she reveals that she’s fully aware of her imperfections, fearlessly admitting “I’d do it again, ‘cause baby I got problems.”

Born and raised by Ethiopian immigrants in the Scarborough district of Toronto, Chxrry 22 always loved to sing but never fully visualized the possibilities ahead of her. However, things changed in 2017 when she emerged as a promising talent after posting videos of herself singing covers on social media. Her perspective shifted when the videos went viral and landed her a deal with XO Records, the label headed by fellow Toronto native The Weeknd. Realizing she had created a rare opportunity for herself, she packed all of her things and moved to Atlanta to begin recording.

Chxrry 22’s vulnerability is her superpower, and she knows it. Her sensuous lyrics on “The Falls” prove that she has the right to do and say whatever she wants—regardless of how you feel.

DJ Honey