Mariah Carey Drops Music Video for 'A No No' – See the Cute Behind-the-Scenes Snap with Her Kids

Mariah Carey just released her flashy new video for “A No No” — and PEOPLE has an exclusive photo of the pop star on set with her kids, twins Monroe and Moroccan Scott.

In the music video, Carey turns a subway car into an impromptu disco soirée while she rocks a sequin gown and dances with a group of party-goers.

Moroccan and Monroe (who turn 8 next month) both have cameos in the music video. In their first appearance, the twins both “dab” in unison about 45 seconds in. Throughout the video, they can be seen dancing alongside their pop-star mama.

In the exclusive snapshot, Carey, 48, snuggles up with her kids on the subway car. Moroccan looks serious, while Monroe smiles and throws up a “rock on” hand gesture.

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Mariah Carey Hits the Slopes in Aspen with Twins Monroe and Moroccan Ahead of Christmas

Carey’s children, whom she shares with ex-husband Nick Cannon, have definitely inherited her performing gene — even joining her on stage from time to time.

In December, the singer shared an adorable video of herself and the twins rocking out to her famous holiday tune “All I Want For Christmas Is You,” which was released in 1994.

“Roc & Roe have been practicing the background vocals to ‘All I Want For Christmas Is You,’ we’re gonna take this one step at a time — we’re very excited about it! It’s our first video doing this! It’s festive, Cmon!!” Carey wrote alongside the clip on Twitter, adding a few Christmas tree emojis.

In the video, Carey asked the twins if they were “ready” as Monroe counted down before the song began. Moroccan could also be seen preparing to belt out the beloved hit, and even added in a “dab” dance move.

In August, the “Fantasy” singer opened up to PEOPLE about her kids’ affection for one another, and how they’re balancing their growing independence with their unique connection.

“They love each other and are best friends, but [now] they’ll do things without each other,” Carey said. “For the most part they’re with each other all the time. I just hope they maintain that for the rest of their lives. There’s nothing like the bond that they share.”

“They light up my life and are amazing,” the proud mama added.

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