Mariah Carey's new song, "Infinity," is a swelling orchestral R&B jam that manages to work in a Fritos reference.
If that doesn't make you interested, listen to the lyrics, which are undoubtedly about getting over a breakup. The chorus will break your heart as she professes that everything has an end -- even infinity.
"Close the door, lose the key, leave my heart on the mat for me," Carey sings on the track, released Monday (April 27). "I was yours eternally, there's an end to infinity." She sings the word "infinity" with a descending vocal run, letting it tumble down as if it were following her relationship with estranged husband Nick Cannon.
After being married since 2008, Cannon filed for divorce from Carey in December. The two have been playing out their marriage drama in the public eye as they continue to co-parent their children, Moroccan and Monroe. Carey sings that that it's not as happy as it seems though.
"Ain't no being friends/ Ain't no false pretense/ Ain't no make amends/ Ain't no come agains/ That's the story, ain't no happy ends."
"Infinity" is the only new track off her greatest hits album, Mariah Carey #1 To Infinity, which will be released on May 18. The diva is also opening her Vegas residency on May 6.