The singer’s forthcoming album might be Bangerz’s long lost sister (and a major departure from Younger Now).
Miley recently collaborated with Mark Ronson on “Nothing Breaks Like A Heart” (listen here), so fans weare under the impression the next LP would sound similar to her previous record, but according to the singer she’s steering clear of that sound.
Not only did Miley say she feels like Younger Now wasn’t the best fit for her, but describes her forthcoming project in a multitude of genres. Think modern meets hip-hop meets alternative pop meets guilty pleasure pop. Not sure what all that means, but by brain is about to explode.
In her interview with Vanity Fair, Miley doubled down on the genre jumble. “There’s psychedelic elements, there’s pop elements, there’s more hip-hop-leaning records,” she said. “You know, in the same way I like to kind of just be genderless, I like feeling genre-less.” She added: “just kind of a mosaic of all the things that I’ve been before.”
“When people hear my music they hear a fragment of time, something I feel or felt right then,” she continues. “By the time it gets to your ears I may have grown past it, but I am truest to who I am at that very second. That can be five thousand different colors and shades at the same time.”
That doesn’t sound cohesive at all, but if she makes genuinely great music, despite the overall vibe, it could work. It’s a risk, but Miley is a musical chameleon. If anyone can make modern alt. psychedelic pop a thing, it’s her.
MC hopes to drop a few more singles by summer time, but isn’t sure when the LP will officially arrive.
CONFIRMED: Miley Cyrus’ new album will be hip hop vibes with Mike Will Made it, Modern/classic and rock music with Mark Ronson & Pop/Pop-alternative from Andrew Wyatt. pic.twitter.com/7sQy1fTnz9
At Noah’s show today I confronted Adam about the blackout and he said she was gonna be done with it very soon, and I asked about a Bangerz 2.0 and he said “we’re going for something like that typa sound” #MileyIsComing