The Songbird Supreme has a new memoir in the works. Mariah Carey will be penning a memoir that will follow the singer’s journey from her humble beginnings to superstardom.

Henry Holt and Company made the book announcement on Thursday, according to Billboard. The new memoir is one of three non-fiction titles being launched for TV personality Andy Cohen’s publishing imprint, Andy Cohen Books. Other titles being released are “The Queen V” by Dr. Jacqueline Waters of the TV program “Married to Medicine” and former “Page Six TV” co-host Bevy Smith’s “Bodacious Dreams and Bevelations.”

The “Watch What Happens Live” host announced his self-titled imprint in 2016. To date, Holt has published three best-sellers from Cohen including “Most Talkative,” “The Andy Cohen Diaries,” and “Superficial.”

Carey made her debut in the 90s with her self-titled album that topped the charts and jumpstarted her career. Since then, most of her albums have chartered some successful singles including “Hero,” “Always Be My Baby,” and “All I Want for Christmas is You.” The artist struggled in her personal life for a while, but in 2005, Carey’s career resurged after her album “The Emancipation of Mimi” was released. The album included the hit songs “We Belong Together” and “Shake It Off.”

After selling more than 200 million records worldwide, Carey has become one of the best-selling music artists of all time as well as the second best-selling female artist in the U.S. Her many accomplishments include winning five Grammy Awards. Other than singing, Carey is also known for her work in other Hollywood media, including her starring role in the 2001 film “Glitter.” She also received acclaim for her performance in the 2009 Oscar-winning film “Precious.”

This year, the artist has been busy touring for her latest album “Caution" and recently re-released her “Merry Christmas” album to commemorate its 25th anniversary. 

Expect the singing diva’s memoir to release sometime in 2020.

Mariah Carey Mariah Carey attends the American Music Awards at Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles on Oct. 9, 2018. Photo: Matthew Simmons/Getty Images