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Music Video: Thank God I Found You

Artisit: Mariah Carey, Joe & 98°

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 1999
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:44

  • Copyright: Mariah Carey, Joe & 98°

Music Video For Thank God I Found You By Artist Mariah Carey, Joe & 98°

Reviews For Thank God I Found You By Artist Mariah Carey, Joe & 98°

  • so cool

    By adopted 2 times
    I love Mariah and 98 degrees love to see them sing the song together. It is not a loud beat, but it is not boring either
  • You can't go wrong with Mariah

    By Jamo5866
    This song is great and so is she. The popular stuff you have on here is great ITunes, but how about some of the more obscure gospel type stuff like "The Wind" or "Wish You Well?". She ROCKS that type of music as well.
  • I still..

    By InyuyashaSongo
    I still remember this video.My sister was a BIG 98 Degrees fan and my brother was a HUGE Mariah Carey fan.I'm a fan of both,so to me the song is good and it was kind of cool to see Mariah and 98 singing together. :3
  • what is this

    By millerd66
    this is just wierd the song ew!!
  • Mariah & Brett Ratner

    By DCB1978
    "Thank God I Found You" marked Mariah's 15th No. 1 single on the Billboard Hot 100. It was also her first (and only) No. 1 collaboration with legendary producers Jimmy Jam & Terry Lewis. The song is a reference to her devotion and gratitude to then-boyfriend, Luis Miguel. The video was directed by Hollywood filmmaker Brett Ratner (their 3rd collaboration after "I Still Believe" & "Heartbreaker"). They would go on to work again with Mariah's hit singles "It's Like That," "We Belong Together," and her newest single "Touch My Body."
  • Finally

    By Andy-Garcia
    We finally get some new Mariah material!

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