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Mariah Carey longs for Trey Songz in tropical 'You're Mine (Eternal)' video

Mariah Carey
Mariah Carey
Mariah Carey

Pop diva Mariah Carey premiered the music video for her newest single "You're Mine (Eternal)" on Wednesday via Twitter. Carey sets her sights on conquering this upcoming Valentine's Day with the glowing ballad.

Carey released "You're Mine (Eternal)" today as the latest single from her new album, The Art of Letting Go. It follows "#Beautiful" with Miguel and the album's title track. While the former was a gospel-tinged tell off, Carey lightens up and lets the love in on "You're Mine."

Over a wave of synths with twinkles of piano, Carey lets a former flame know she wants him back. "I can't seem to give you up / you're mine," she softly coos. As the track goes on, her pleas grow stronger and she belts her final lines, ending on that signature high note. Carey serves up more of her classic R&B sound with a modern edge.

In the music video for "You're Mine," Carey hits a tropical island and swims around in the ocean. She shimmers in the wild while R&B artist Trey Songz does a photo shoot in the city. Songz features on a remix of the single but does not sing in her video. Carey seems to long for him badly, but the two never end up crossing paths. The video seems a bit random, but Carey looks great in her glamor shot scenes.

Carey's The Art of Letting Go album will be released on May 6.

Watch the "You're Mine" music video here on