Mariah Carey Unveils Sexy Cover Art for New Breakup Track 'I Don't' (@MariahCarey) | Dayz Entertainment

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The 'Touch My Body' singer dons white garter and fishnet stockings in a cover art for her latest single.

Just a few days after sharing a snippet of her latest single "I Don't" during the finale of her own reality show "Mariah's World", Mariah Carey releases a cover art for the track. On Tuesday, January 31, the 46-year-old singer took to Twitter to share the sexy image.

In the picture, Carey is sitting at the backseat of the car while rapper YG sat on the driver seat. Carey looks extremely sexy as she leaves her mouth half open while posing on the red leather seat and flaunting major cleavage. The "Bye Bye" singer lifts her toned legs and shows off her nude-colored fishnet stockings and white garter.

Carey seemed excited to launch the single as she captioned the picture, "Here it is: the cover for my new song, I Don't, coming out this Friday MC + YG #IDONT."

"I Don't" is a song about Carey's breakup with billionaire James Parker. The song shows bitterness of failed relationship as the lyrics go, "Said you would always be mine/ Feeding me nothing but lines/ I was so gone, I admit it/ Happy messed up for a minute."

Following the breakup with the Australian businessman, Carey was reportedly feeling depressed. "First the split didn't seem to faze Mariah," an insider told PEOPLE. "It was like she expected things to be fine soon. Now she realizes that things aren't fine and not being with James makes her depressed," the insider continued.

After being dumped by the billionaire, Carey has been seeking solace in her back-up dancer, Bryan Tanaka, who is 15 years her junior. Earlier this month, the new couple went steamy in public as Carey gave Tanaka a surprise lap dance live on stage.

Carey's latest track "I Don't" is expected to arrive on Friday, February 3.


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