Mariah Carey and Y.G. have dropped their new collaboration track "I Don't." There have been a lot of unique pairings between younger rappers and veteran pop stars, with Drake and Jennifer Lopez still heating up the rumor mill with their alleged fling. Mariah and YG sparked similar speculation after they appeared to be cuddled up on social media.

It turns out, as many thought, that the two were working on new music; and now we're finally getting a taste of what happened when they came together. Mariah just released the duo's new collaboration track called "I Don't," which also features production from Jermaine Dupri. The track was originally teased on the season finale of her reality show Mariah's World. While hopping on a Facebook Live stream, Carey revealed to her fans that, going forward, she may prefer to just release singles, as opposed to working on a full album.

It's been a few years since Mimi gave fans a full project. Me. I Am Mariah...the Elusive Chanteuse, was released in 2014, and peaked at no. 3 on the album charts. Take a listen to "I Don't" with YG below, and let us know your thoughts.

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