Mariah Carey’s “You’re Mine (Eternal)”: Hear The New Ballad & The Trey Songz Remix

Feb 12th, 2014 // 5 Comments
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Mariah Carey dropped her new single a little early today (February 12)! The diva posted “You’re Mine (Eternal),” an understated ballad co-written with Darkchild that fits right alongside the effortlessness of “Beautiful.” While not as immediately catchy as that song, this one’s got a nice, lilting beat and should keep fans satisfied about the direction she’s going in for this latest era.

Mimi reins in her powers for much of the song, making listeners wait for the payoff at the end, which of course is a triumphant whistle register to close out the track. And if that left you wanting more, you’re in luck because she also dropped the remix featuring Trey Songz.

The video for “You’re Mine” premieres tonight at 7:50 p.m. ET on MTV, and the video for the remix drops Friday on BET. Hear both versions of the new ballad below.


The Art Of Letting Go is out May 6.

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  1. Jack

    I adored “Beautiful,” but this one definitely has a more memorable hook.

  2. drew

    Original: ZzZzZzZzZz

    Remix: SO. MUCH. AUTOTUNE. Grr

  3. Greg

    Mariah used to inspire….. I just don’t feel like she does anymore. These tracks are so blah.

  4. fatalreview

    lame boring stupid generic-rehash poptard trash-only thing new about MeMe is the extra lbs she slaps on each month-she’s as fat as she was when she was pregnant these days-no wonder she cracked her bones when she fell off her stripper heels how much od a fat out of shape cow do you have to be to do that-and after that radio interview it’s obvious she is still taking the pain killers

  5. Gretchen Weiners

    Is that piano lifted from “Purple Rain,” or just very familiar?

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