Miley Cyrus Confirms Return To Hip-Hop On New Album

Published: Tuesday 11th Dec 2018 by Sam

Miley Cyrus has emerged as quite the musical maverick even since shedding the skin of Hannah Montana.

Indeed, she initially played with Pop on hits such as ‘Party In The USA’ and ‘Wrecking Ball,’ only to veer in the direction of Hip-Hop under the tutelage of Mike WiLL Made-It and on the ‘Bangerz’ album.

Most recent LP, ‘Younger Now’ saw Cyrus make a sharp left and embrace sounds that skewed Folk and Country.

Now, as she struts towards the release of her next project, she unleashed ‘Nothing Breaks Like A Heart’ – a collaboration with Mark Ronson that’ll be housed on his forthcoming album.

And while the well-received jam embraces much of the sonic sounds found on ‘Younger,’ the singer has revealed that she’ll be sprinkling more Hip-Hop into her musical mix for her own release.

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Cyrus shared the tea during an interview with 95.5 PLJ radio.

She billed the as yet untitled set as a buffet of different sounds, one that fuses work with Mike Will, Ronson, and others.


We’ve long felt that Miley has one of the most interesting tones in today’s Pop landscape, but has yet to consistently produce  material that highlights what she’s working with.

While some may compare the singer’s flirtation different sounds as mirroring Madonna’s chameleon nature, we refute such sentiment and simply see it as her having not yet settled into a musical identity. Like, despite having six albums under her belt, can anyone genuinely pin-point Cyrus’ sound?

In any case, we’re enjoying ‘Nothing Breaks Like A Heart’ and hope her “return” to Hip-Hop is less contrived than her previous outing.

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  1. DanYiel Iman December 11, 2018

    Miley Cyrus has that type of tone I can handle!!

    • ??? December 11, 2018

      lmaooo figures a roach stan would lmfaooooo

  2. AJ December 11, 2018

    Culture vulture, it will flop

  3. AnonymousTruth December 11, 2018

    Wait … Return to which hop ?
    Not Hip Hop , Barnyard Barbie does not go here .

    • Karter December 11, 2018

      Barnyard Barbie?!! ?????????

    • Fancy BISH December 11, 2018

      Barnyard Barbie lmaooooooo ?

  4. Liam December 11, 2018

    She does have a sound which will be always country….all her albums she experimented on she still kept that country undertone in her music even on Bangerz with sounds like 4×4, Drive, Get It Right etc…..and she always showcases her vocals on her albums ? plus her fans want a bangerz 2.0 so she’s giving them what they want with it being a lil more experimental

    • IKNOWTHETRUTH December 11, 2018


      • Liam December 11, 2018

        Stop what? I’m not gonna hop on a hate train cause trolls thinks it’s cool I’m not Stan but I enjoy her last 3 projects

  5. SMh December 11, 2018

    Lol she can keep it, her fake wannabe Rihanna persona didn’t work last time, and it will fail again lol.

  6. truthtea December 11, 2018

    Just so I understand! You initially went this route so you can sell your music and image then denounced it because you didn’t like how they made you feel like a h** and had your born again Christian moment only to announce your return to the same community you used and denounced? WHITE PRIVILEGE!!!

  7. Cambri777 December 11, 2018

    Good choice. Bangerz went platinum in the U.S. alone. Her tour did great as well. I think she needs to put out music like Florida Georgia line. Some country music with urban pop twists.

    • Are you Kidding Me? December 11, 2018

      Seeing as Country, Bluegrass and ALL of those genres are ripped off from actual music with soul, why not????

  8. Are you Kidding Me? December 11, 2018

    Any person of color who PAYS for her music is a disgrace.

    WHITE PRIVILEGE is being able to mock disadvantaged people (like the Cash Me Outside girl) and profit off of it. If a Black girl acted how she did, she’d be in a juvenile detention center.

    Miley Cyrus needs a gimmick in this “country is associated with White republicans who support Trump” climate and she will NOT get a dime from me.

    Being Black is not a costume. She is not being daring or trying something new. She knows she will get an invite to the cookout and can go back to being a “white woman”.

    Much like how Mark Wahlberg was a “Rapper”.

  9. Lou-Andrew Rodriguez December 11, 2018

    When did she start her career in hip-hop!??

  10. S.U.P.E.R.S.T.A.R.!. December 11, 2018

    I don’t like this song.

  11. Theman December 11, 2018

    She’s generally pop/country/alternative.. She’s a mix of the three. She infused hip hop into her music because it was/is trendy.

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