Miley Cyrus has actually been on a roller-coaster flight given that the release of her 2013 album Bangerz. Four years earlier, the starlet and singer had simply broken up with her now-fiancé, Hunger Games actor Liam Hemsworth, and the young star says she utilized that time to transport her broken heart into other innovative projects. She made an album with The Flaming Lips, Big Sean and Ariel Pink. She chopped off all her hair, gyrated onstage with Robin Thicke and adorned herself with tattoos.
Now Cyrus has a various message. She knows we won’t forget that “Wrecking Ball” took place, however she’s not that person anymore. “Nobody remains the same,” she sings on her latest single, the title track off her upcoming album, Younger Now, due out September 29. Cyrus, now 24, is well-aware of her own 180-degree modification. The electronic and hip-hop beats have been changed with acoustic guitars and nation twang, and her long, gently pin-curled locks lay gracefully on her shoulders.
And while her spring single “Malibu” might be more Hannah Montana than “We Cannot Stop” Miley, she’s alright with that. “This record is a reflection of the fact that yes, I don’t offer a f * ck, however today is not a time to not provide a f * ck about people,” she informed Signboard in May. “I’m providing the world a hug and stating, ‘Hey, look. We’re good– I enjoy you.’ And I hope you can say you like me back.”
If something is specific, it’s that Las Vegas likes Miley in all of her versions, and iHeartRadio constantly produces an excellent reason to catch the star sing. After all, that’s exactly what Miley does finest.
Miley Cyrus at iHeartRadio Music Festival at T-Mobile Arena, September 23.