The interview, which is described as far-ranging, will premiere onto the streaming service at 12:00 a.m. EDT.
"I couldn't have asked for a better way to introduce my memoir than having a conversation with my friend, therapist and icon Ms. @oprah," Carey said on Instagram alongside a clip from the interview.
Carey discusses hardships in her career, a past relationship and an experience she had with police in the video.
Carey has also announced a new album titled The Rarities that will be released on Oct. 2 to coincide with the memoir. The album will feature tracks that have never been released.
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