Miley Cyrus launches her controversial album Plastic Hearts ¿El mejor?

After the release of her latest single, the singer Miley Cyrus shared their new full album last night, which they have considered one of the best of their entire musical career.

Since last night, the American pop singer, Miley Cyrus has released her latest album "Plastic Hearts”And is now available on all digital platforms.

It was through her official Instagram account where the singer confirmed the launch of her new material and also thanked her millions of followers who have been with her forever.

My Plastic Heart is overwhelmed by the support I am receiving tonight! I was born to make the album I just released! To my fans who have been here from the beginning, I thank you more than I can correctly express. To everyone I have loved or lost, THANK YOU. LINK IN BIO ", shared the famous.

As we mentioned earlier, the new album by the actress was released this Friday, November 27 at midnight and has 15 songs in total.

In addition, he has four collaborations, "Prisoner" with the English singer Dua Lipa, "Night Crawling" with Billy Idol, "Bad Karma" with the legendary Joan Jett and finally "Edge of Midnight" with Stevie Nicks.

And in turn, the album has two live covers, the first "Heart Of Glass" by Blondie and the second "Zombie" by The Cranberries.

It is worth mentioning that so far the singer has released the first two singles of this material, the first was "Midnight Sky" and the second was "Prisoner", which was released a few days ago with the singer Dua Lipa.

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And, as they say, the myth of the phoenix rising from its own ashes falls short of Miley CyrusAs you may recall, the singer saw her Malibu house go up in flames after a series of fires that devastated everything a couple of years ago.

Thus, out of all the rubble, his home recording studio remained practically intact, however, much unreleased musical content was inevitably lost to the flames.

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Now after two years Miley She presents her new album, “Plastic Hearts”, reporting the event on social media and stating that, according to her, nature did her a favor.

In fact, through an interesting interview that Miley has offered Zane Lowe for Beats 1, the singer revealed, among many other things during an hour and a half, that she considers changes every day.

This is how we can imagine that that album that began in 2018 and was later charred has nothing to do with the “Plastic Hearts” that we listen to today.

Further, Miley Not only has he gone through a pandemic, but also through a divorce and the departure of his grandmother, personal circumstances relevant enough to make a clean slate both personally and musically.

The singer initially described "Plastic Hearts" as a "rock album", an idea that did not seem at all far-fetched considering her musical influences, her recent covers of Blondie or The Cranberries and her current aesthetic.

However, many of us thought he would go for a more disco pop music, similar to "Midnight Sky", the lead single from the album.

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While “Prisoner”, with Dua Lipa, fit in with this hooligan and half-punk line that Cyrus wanted us to believe, however, the truth is that “Plastic Hearts” is half gas between an elegant glam-rock and a pop guitar maker that sometimes reminds Disney.

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