Mariah Carey’s “You’re Mine (Eternal)” Gets An Official Fedde Le Grand Remix: Listen

Mar 15th, 2014 // 2 Comments
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Mariah Carey has taken crossover appeal to a new level. Her new single off The Art of Letting Go, “You’re Mine (Eternal),” will receive three official dance remixes, the first by house DJ Fedde Le Grand.

While the original is mostly hushed, leading gradually until Carey unleashes her whistle register, Le Grand (of 2006′s “Put Your Hands Up for Detroit”) wastes no time in building the song’s energy. The diva’s swooning vocals soar over a pulsing piano melody, helping the Dutch-born artist build a swift crescendo before the remix’s first breakdown.

Le Grand’s remix of “You’re Mine (Eternal)” follows an R&B remix featuring Trey Songz, which Carey dropped the same day as the original itself. Hear it after the jump.

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  1. The Truth

    I don’t know where you get your info from but she said during a Z100 radio that interview her album is NOT, I repeat NOT called “The Art of Letting Go.” It’s still untitled

  2. fatalreview

    sounds like total studio crapppp-as all MeMe poptard rehash trash is since the 90′s-when is this old fat over rated stripper cow gonna quit embarrassing herself and everyone else-

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