Believe it or not, Miley Cyrus just put out new music. Her commitment to the latest season of “The Voice” has meant there isn’t much time to promote “Younger Now” or the album’s singles. Even her fans have noticed that Miley’s new country/western release isn’t getting much love from her.
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Last week marked the clash of the pop titans as Demi Lovato and Miley Cyrus both released hotly anticipated albums. While Demi’s album seemed to be a fan favorite from first listen, Miley settled in for an exhausting string of promotional efforts that included overstaying her welcome on “Fallon.” This weekend, fans eagerly awaited Billboard’s report to see which diva come out on top, but neither stood a fighting chance against another powerhouse.
Miley Cyrus seems desperate to assert her Nashville credentials on her new album, “Younger Now.” But the singer’s pivot to country-influenced pop music is more than just an effort to get back to her roots; it’s also a transparent play to distance herself from her wild antics of the last several years. The effort for a wholesome re-branding is taking over Miley’s Instagram now as she’s out to solidify her country cred.
Miley Cyrus and Demi Lovato still don’t get along. While Demi has made some halting efforts to patch things up, it seems like Miley still does her best to avoid Demi as much as possible. Unfortunately for Miley, that’s become impossible given that both singers dropped new albums just a day ahead of the deadline for the 2018 Grammys consideration.
Miley Cyrus dropped “Younger Now” on Friday and celebrated her new music by hitting up a Spotify “Fans First” event for a release party. There, she performed a few of her old songs alongside the new ones. Miley got started on her nostalgia trip on Instagram Live, revisiting some of her past work ahead of the release show in Nashville.
Ahead of releasing “Younger Now,” Miley Cyrus took a phone call with NME for a now-published interview that decodes her latest personality change and clarifies some of her most standout statements of the year—like how she didn’t end up leaving the country after 45 was elected and what she really thinks about “Wrecking Ball.”