Mariah Carey shows her playful side as 'dem babies', twins Monroe and Moroccan, 8, make a cameo in her new music video In The Mix

Mariah Carey's twins, Monroe and Moroccan also known as 'dem babies' make a sweet cameo in her new music video for In The Mix. 

Her beloved son and daughter, eight, from her marriage to Nick Cannon, 38, feature very briefly right at the end of the video, as they sing alongside her in the studio. 

Mariah, 49, can be seen giggling as she outstretches her daughters arms to get her into the spirit of the song, and she appears delighted to be getting involved. 

Beloved: Mariah Carey showed off her playful side as 'dem babies', twins Monroe and Moroccan, 8, made a cameo in her new music video In The Mix

Beloved: Mariah Carey showed off her playful side as 'dem babies', twins Monroe and Moroccan, 8, made a cameo in her new music video In The Mix 

Hear the music: They donned earphones and looked super cute as they got involved with their mother's project which was announced in August to be the theme song for ABC's Mixed-Ish

Monroe looks super cute wearing a bright yellow sweater with a face on the front and her brother wears a simple white tee. 

Mariah also seems to shun her usual diva style for low-key moment, dressed in a T-shirt and jeans and enjoying spending time with her children.   

She unveiled her new song on Tuesday night, which was announced in August to be the theme song for ABC's Mixed-Ish.

Project: She unveiled her new song on Tuesday night, which was announced in August to be the theme song for ABC's Mixed-Ish

Project: She unveiled her new song on Tuesday night, which was announced in August to be the theme song for ABC's Mixed-Ish 

The iconic singer took to her Instagram story, revealing she was going to a special event called Embrace Your Ish where the song was going to debut.

The music video for In The Mix begins with some candid footage of Carey arriving at the studio to record her new song.

The video largely features footage from the new series Mixed-Ish, another spin-off of Black-Ish, following the Freeform series Grown-Ish.

Candid: The music video for In The Mix begins with some candid footage of Carey arriving at the studio to record her new song

Candid: The music video for In The Mix begins with some candid footage of Carey arriving at the studio to record her new song

Both Bows: Mixed-Ish follows the mixed-race upbringing of Rainbow Johnson, played by Tracee Ellis-Ross in Black-Ish and Arica Himmell in Mixed-Ish
Both Bows: Mixed-Ish follows the mixed-race upbringing of Rainbow Johnson, played by Tracee Ellis-Ross in Black-Ish and Arica Himmell in Mixed-Ish

Both Bows: Mixed-Ish follows the mixed-race upbringing of Rainbow Johnson, played by Tracee Ellis-Ross in Black-Ish and Arica Himmell in Mixed-Ish

Mixed-Ish follows the mixed-race upbringing of Rainbow Johnson, played by Tracee Ellis-Ross in Black-Ish and Arica Himmell in Mixed-Ish, debuting September 24.

Before moving to the suburbs, Rainbow was raised by her parents (Marc-Paul Gosselaar and Tika Sumpter) in a commune as she must adjust to a much different lifestyle.

The video features footage from the show along with footage of Hammel dancing in her school cafeteria to Carey's song.

The end of the video features the entire family dancing to the song in their living room, along with more behind-the-scenes footage of Carey in the recording studio.

The video's end also reveals that Carey enlisted the help of her twin sons Moroccan and Monroe to provide some of the youthful background vocals. 

Dance party: The end of the video features the entire family dancing to the song in their living room, along with more behind-the-scenes footage of Carey in the recording studio

Dance party: The end of the video features the entire family dancing to the song in their living room, along with more behind-the-scenes footage of Carey in the recording studio

Mariah sings: The end of the video features the entire family dancing to the song in their living room, along with more behind-the-scenes footage of Carey in the recording studio

Mariah sings: The end of the video features the entire family dancing to the song in their living room, along with more behind-the-scenes footage of Carey in the recording studio

When it was announced that Carey was singing the theme song for Mixed-Ish, the singer revealed in a statement that she was a big fan of Black-Ish and Grown-Ish, both created by Kenya Barris.

'As a fan of Kenya Barris' megahit shows, Black-ish and Grown-ish, I was inspired to connect with Kenya to find a way we could work together,' Carey said in a statement.

'As a biracial woman in the entertainment industry, there was no way I did not want to be a part of 'Mixed-ish,' especially after seeing the pilot, which I loved,' she said. 

Big fan: When it was announced that Carey was singing the theme song for Mixed-Ish, the singer revealed in a statement that she was a big fan of Black-Ish and Grown-Ish, both created by Kenya Barris
Big fan: When it was announced that Carey was singing the theme song for Mixed-Ish, the singer revealed in a statement that she was a big fan of Black-Ish and Grown-Ish, both created by Kenya Barris

Big fan: When it was announced that Carey was singing the theme song for Mixed-Ish, the singer revealed in a statement that she was a big fan of Black-Ish and Grown-Ish, both created by Kenya Barris 

Carey's last full album, Caution, was released in 2018, debuting at the fifth spot on the Billboard album charts with 51,000 album-equivalent units, including 43,000 pure album sales.

The pop diva will return for the fourth and final leg of her Las Vegas residency, entitled The Butterfly Returns.

The final leg runs from February 14, 2020 to February 29, 2020. 

Statement: 'As a fan of Kenya Barris' megahit shows, Black-ish and Grown-ish, I was inspired to connect with Kenya to find a way we could work together,' Carey said in a statement

Statement: 'As a fan of Kenya Barris' megahit shows, Black-ish and Grown-ish, I was inspired to connect with Kenya to find a way we could work together,' Carey said in a statement

Mariah Carey's twins appear in new music video

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