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Music Video: I Still Believe

Artisit: Mariah Carey

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 1999
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:00

  • Copyright: Mariah Carey

Music Video For I Still Believe By Artist Mariah Carey

Reviews For I Still Believe By Artist Mariah Carey

  • Amazing!

    By shadowfax_media
    She is so beautiful
  • OMG!!!

    By heysoulsister13
    Me and my family our in this video, i was actually a baby when this was being filmed...but...this is crazy thinking that i actually met her and she brought me up on stage with her.
  • I was in this video!

    By Jetwrencher
    Mariah filmed this video with my squadron at Edwards AFB, CA. We were with her for three days, and she was amazing! She was the most grounded celebrity I have ever met, and I have met quite a few!! I am so glad she has finally found happiness!!
  • Mariah remake of this song is Amazing!!!!

    By Phillyfinest
    Mariah sings this song with a passion and seduction as she captivates her audience with her soulful voice! I love you M.C.
  • Mariah Monroe Classic

    By DCB1978
    The music video for "I Still Believe" (from Carey's 1998 compilation, #1's) is Mariah's homage and tribute to legendary Hollywood icon Marilyn Monroe. With the help of film director Brett Ratner, Mariah channeled Marilyn's 1954 performance for military soldiers at the 3rd U.S. Inf. Div area during the Korean War. Every last detail, from hair and make-up to Monroe-esque gestures, were incorporated into the video making this one of Mariah's best!

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