Mariah Carey's 'A No No' Just Got Even Better

Mariah Carey's 'A No No' Just Got Even Better

We already knew that the best song on Mariah Carey's excellent new album Caution is "A No No," a worthy entry into the well-established genre of pop songs about telling men to just stop. Mariah briefly speaks French in it and hits the whistle register. What more could you ask for? A remix and guest verse, obviously. From British rapper Stefflon Don!

Stefflon Don's verse references late TLC member Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes, which is cute because "A No No" is definitely a spiritual sequel to "No Scrubs." The song also samples the beat from Lil Kim's 1997 track "Crush On You."

To celebrate Stefflon Don's new remix, Carey just re-released the song's super fun subway-themed music video. Stefflon Don gets to join the public transport party, in which Carey — who usually travels by private car or jet — sings in a moving New York City subway car.

Carey is backed by a diverse crew of dancers in the clip, which definitely wasn't filmed during peak hour. There are so many cute details to enjoy — spot subway ads with Caution album art on them, some fierce commute fashion looks, a trombone player, dabbing teens, and lots of gritty 1970s-style graffiti.

Watch the new video for Stefflon Don's remix of "A No No" by Mariah Carey, below.

Screencap via YouTube