In the video for the new version of 'You're Mine (Eternal)', the diva belts out the track from a rain forest in Puerto Rico while Songz sings and raps emotionally in his New York hotel room.
Trey Songz has dropped his remix version of Mariah Carey's latest single "You're Mine (Eternal)". Arriving as a Valentine's Day present for their fans, the remix of the ballad features the two artists emotionally singing the lines of the song.
The version came along with its music video. Similar to one that's been released for its original version, the new clip features Mimi posing topless and getting covered with glitter while belting out the track under a waterfall in a rain forest in Puerto Rico.
Meanwhile, Songz who also makes an appearance as Carey's on-screen love interest in the original music video is seen singing and spitting his bars from his New York City hotel room.
The original version of "You're Mine (Eternal)" is set to appear in Carey's long-awaited new album, "The Art of Letting Go", which is scheduled to hit the stores on May 6. Bryan-Michael Cox, a songwriter/producer who works with Carey for the album, talked about the process of getting the record done in a new interview with Billboard.
He said that the project began before Carey got pregnant in the summer of 2010, but was later delayed due to her difficult pregnancy, her stint as an "American Idol" judge and the shoulder injury she obtained when filming a music video last year.
"Life happens, and that added to the organic process of making this album," Cox said. "Over the past couple of years we've added songs, scratched songs, slow-baking this record like a honey-baked ham. And when you take a bite of that ham-people will be extremely and pleasantly surprised."
Mariah Carey's "You're Mine (Eternal) (Remix)" (feat. Trey Songz) music video