Miley Cyrus Might Have Just Dropped Her Best Album Yet
Updated: Apr 29
After years of genre-hopping and wig-swapping from her Disney Channel days, Miley Cyrus’ new record is a stellar representation of how the child star grew to find her niche in the entertainment industry and the world. With features from rock icons like Billy Idol, Joan Jett and Stevie Nicks, Plastic Hearts is a rebellious rock set with the right kind of hooks to catch the attention of millions.
In addition to new original songs, one of which features pop star Dua Lipa, you’ll also find Cyrus’ live covers of Blondie’s “Heart of Glass” and The Cranberries’ “Zombie”. Thanks to the years of singing on her resume and a family of accomplished musicians behind her, it’s no surprise that Cyrus’ vocal abilities absolutely shine on this project. Her powerful belt and gritty tone suit the rock genre perfectly, and her iconic image combined with her skill make a production like this seem effortless. It’s clear that Plastic Hearts is the Miley Cyrus we know and love in her truest, most authentic form, and we can’t wait to see where else takes this new era!