Merry Chirtmas,

Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas. And a happy day early Kwanzaa. And happy belated Chanukah. And it’s a happy week until the year this god left is over and no more seen or heard from him.
Celebrate today’s holiday, tomorrow’s holiday, last week’s holiday or no vacation at all, I hope it will be a great day and week for you. I hope you eat well and drink well. I hope your situation allows you to be safely and responsibly alongside the people you love, and if not, I hope you have the perfect internet for Zooms all day.
It is a touching day for many, and an absolutely bittersweet day. I hope this is sweeter than bitter for you, though I realize this is a big desire. 
Thanks to each of you for being part of this special community. I am grateful to you all, especially this year. Carey expressed his belief in God and the link between music and spirituality, and felt that the album was ultimately a way of reflecting his mysticism into the music. [3] After the success of Carey’s previous effort Music Box, there was speculation of a new project in the works; But it wasn’t until October 1994, just a month before Billboard released the album that Carey announced that he would be releasing a holiday album for the Christmas season. [4] At first the critics were shocked; They didn’t know how Carey would succeed as an entertainer, as he was previously only seen as a pop star. [3] However, Carey, unaffected by speculation, continued to work on the album and promote it with high spirits, relying on his work. [3] The idea was wise, it earned Carey’s recognition in various markets, including Christian radios and contemporary R&B stations, and expanded his reputation in Japan, where he enjoyed most of the album’s success. It is the first Christmas album and fourth studio album of American singer-songwriter and producer Mariah Carey. Released by Columbia Records on October 28, 1994, at the height of Carey’s early career, between Music Box (1993) and Daydream (1995), the album includes cover versions of popular Christmas songs and original material. Carey worked with Walter Afanasieff, with whom he co-wrote all the original parts, and also produced Carey’s commentary on the covered material. Three singles from the album were released, and “All I Want for Christmas Is You” became one of the best selling singles of all time and the best selling holiday ringtone in the United States.
Critical responses to the album’s contemporary holiday theme were mixed. Some music critics have complimented the “gospel and soul-influenced” vocals and even called it “Carey’s best recording” to date. The album, which has been reissued multiple times in various formats since its debut, has sold 5.7 million copies in the United States as of December 2019 and received Platinum certification eight times by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). [one]
On November 1, 2019, live commentary and “Oh Santa!” A new two-disc edition has been released featuring newer songs such as. and “The Star” and numerous remixes commemorating the album’s twenty-fifth anniversary.
Merry Christmas has sold 15 million copies worldwide and is one of the best-selling Christmas albums of all time.