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Celine Dion and Ne-Yo Premiere 'Incredible' Music Video

June 5, 2014 (6:25 am) GMT
The video, which sees the diva and her collaborator performing on a rooftop, arrives nearly six months after it was first teased in January.
Celine Dion and Ne-Yo Premiere 'Incredible' Music Video

There's no word on what caused the delay, but the official music video for 's duet with "Incredible" is finally here. Arriving on Wednesday, June 4, the simple-yet-beautiful clip was actually shot by the two stars nearly six months ago.

In it, the Canadian diva and the R&B star are seen singing their empowering single on the roof of a building in Los Angeles. The performance footage is intercut with scenes showing a masked couple dancing to the song, a girl singing using sign language and even a giraffe wandering around the city.

"Incredible" is a single off Dion's latest album, "". The collaboration with Ne-Yo was actually the idea of her 13-year-old son. "He said, 'Mom, you don't even have to listen to the song. You have to do it,' " Celine recalled in a recent interview.

Ne-Yo, who also penned the track, said that singing with the 46-year-old songstress was not easy. He said, "It's the most irrelevant that I've ever felt. Because the size of Celine Dion's voice, you don't need me there."

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