Billboard wrote a critique of the new single "You're Mine" by Mariah Carey. Who agrees? Read below:
"Carey sings about a lost love through a letter that highlights your 5/8 and the inevitable melisma that recalls the mega hit We Belong Together and other triumphs of the past.'re Mine sounds like a slight breeze of 3 minutes and through the catalog of the singer. it hits all the expected notes, with few surprises, enough to ensure radio airplay in more conventional formats, but not enough to reach the weight of success that was #Beautiful, last summer. represents the single Mariah in a time of great creativity, a time when she could still bet on risks running more sound.