It's been two years since Miley Cyrus lost an album on her fans. To do this, the singer plans to release three EP's by the end of 2019, starting with "She Coming," now.
ET describes the six tracks in the latest release as a "tacit embrace of its angular wild side". Spread through social media through provocative black-and-white imagery and joking electronics music, the tracks have an edge to them.
But it feels more like a deserved edge than the shock-for-shock's affair approach she tried when the first outbreak from Disney and the "Hannah Montana" form. Perhaps her Disney roots transform with Hannah Montana's signature represents Cyrus in a healthy and more mature way with all aspects of her life, career and personality.
This is also Cyrus' first album release since becoming a married woman who can completely reshape how you experience and understand the world around you. This is not to say that Miley is not as provocative and pronounced as ever, and certainly far more than she was on her previous album, the 201
She has already heard some controversy by apparently weighing in on the non-feud between Nicki Minaj and Cardi B on the extremely NSWF track "Cattitude (f. RuPaul)." "I love you Selena, but I listen to Demi / I love you Nicki, but I listen to Cardi," Miley sings on the track.
Cyrus explained the texts under a recent look at Capital FM and said: "I don't actually think there is beef now. I think you are allowed to enjoy two artists who fills a similar path and I always grew up with Demi, Selena, and there was never any competition. "
She continued to reap praise on the two rappers and said:" I think what they do is so different apart, so they both get a crown, they do not share it, they are both queens. Whenever you want to feel strong and strong, then it is my turn to – Cardi and Nicki. "
Cyrus also seeks after street cred as she collaborates with Ghostface Killah on DREAM, which in this case is an acronym that means "Drugs Rule Everything About Me", and Swae Lee and Mike WiLL Made-It on "Party Up the Street."
And if you thought leadoff track "mother's daughter" was a sweet missive about her relationship with her mother, you are missing the version of Cyrus who puts out this album.
"She's coming" will be followed by "She Is Here" this summer and "She Is Everything" before the end of the year. The collective is called "She is: Miley Cyrus." Perhaps the next two chapters will show different facets of Miley Cyrus to complement or even contradict the hard-cut persona shown on these six tracks.
See full EP on Spotify ] Apple Music or where you stream music.
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