Get ready for some "hip-hop-leaning records" from Miley.
Miley Cyrus is officially back on the grid after taking a minor hiatus. Before she came back on the scene as a married woman, Miley dropped off a few chart-topping albums such as Bangerz that featured her most talked about (and re-created) song "Wrecking Ball." The 26-year-old is the latest cover star for Vanity Fair and explained just what her next project will look like, that's due this summer.
"There’s psychedelic elements, there’s pop elements, there’s more hip-hop-leaning records,” she told the publication. “You know, in the same way I like to kind of just be genderless, I like feeling genre-less," adding how it will be “kind of a mosaic of all the things that I’ve been before.”
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Miley has previously been called out for cultural appropriation, especially on her 2013 tape, Bangerz.
"I think we’re so influenced by the people that we’re around,” she explained on the topic of that specific album.
“And my community when I was working on Bangerz—Future actually wrote on ‘Love Money Party.’ Those are the people in my life that I was really around and in the studio with. Future is fucking amazing and has a lot of wisdom, too. Just listening to him and Mike Will, who was going to call his first record Made It from the Basement—the way they grew up was obviously so different from the way I grew up.”