Although the question of whether or not she retires after ending the conservatorship for good reason, her commercial prospects are realistically high, aren’t they? I mean, even with the Glory era, there still seemed to be a lot of steam left with Make Me debuting with great sales, though lagging behind on streaming. Although she’ll be in her 40s, she’s in a unique position where she’s still talked about and being an icon in a way Madonna, Tina, Cher and co are icons (who all scored hits in their 40s). It will depend on the song, but I can see radio getting onboard with a comeback single, too. She also has an older fanbase that she may have lost over the years, but would most likely come out this time to support. I’d be curious where her headspace would be musically and which sound she’d fit in in today’s landscape, but I’ve always felt she’s usually at her best when she means into more hiphop and R&B influences. The type of bop/confessional alt-R&B Mariah the Scientist, Tinashe and SZA and the triphop that Billie did on Happier Than Ever would be great moodboards for her, in my opinion.