Miley Cyrus just shared artwork for her new single “Malibu,” and boy is it a change. She lies on grass in a turtleneck wearing her engagement ring. If the accessory wasn’t a hint enough that this new track is all about her beau, Hemsworth is credited for the photograph. The scene is a far cry from her last album art, 2015’s psychedelic-looking Dead Petz, which makes it all the more refreshing.
Cyrus has said that her forthcoming album (May 11), which is still unnamed, will hear her going back to her roots and incorporate some country twang. Post election, Cyrus has said that she hopes to reach conservatives and Republicans with her new music to enact change.
Is “Malibu” a new chapter for the star? Check out the Instagram below and decide for yourself.
Miley has just announced that the first TV debut performance her new single ‘Malibu’ which is released tomorrow! will be at the Billboard Music Awards May 21 at 8e /5p on ABC!
It has been announced that Miley Cyrus will be this year’s headliner for the Hot 99.5 Capital Pride Concert in Washington DC, taking place on Sunday, 11th June.
Admission to the event is free, and VIP tickets can be purchased by clicking here.
Date: Sunday, June 11, 2017
Concert: 1pm – 8:00pm
Location: America’s Mainstreet, Pennsylvania Ave. & 3rd ST, in front of the U.S. Capitol
Metro: Green Line (Archives-Navy Memorial-Penn Quarter)
- Festival Hours: 12pm – 7pm
- Monument Stage: 12pm – 7m
- Dupont Dance Tent: 12:30pm – 7pm
- Capitol Sunset Dance Party: 8:00pm-10pm
Today is the first day of our Malibu Promote Project!
Today we will be tweeting #3DaysUntilMalibu
@ 8pm PST / 5pm EST / 6pm BRT / 4pm CDT / 10PM BST (UK)
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Come back tomorrow for the 2 Day countdown!
#SMILERS we need to give Miley’s new single ‘Malibu’ as much promo as possible, upcoming of it’s release and when it is released on Thursday, 11th May!
Below you can find the info and #hashtags we are going to be using on the following days & times:
Monday 8th May – #3DaysUntilMalibu – 8pm PST / 5pm EST / 6pm BRT / 4pm CDT / 10PM BST (UK)
Tuesday 9th May – #2DaysUntilMalibu – 8pm PST / 5pm EST / 6pm BRT / 4pm CDT / 10PM BST (UK)
Wednesday 10th May – #1DayUntilMalibu – 8pm PST / 5pm EST / 6pm BRT / 4pm CDT / 10PM BST (UK)
Thursday 11th May (Release day) – #BuyMalibuOnItunes – 8pm PST / 5pm EST / 6pm BRT / 4pm CDT / 10PM BST (UK)
Friday 12th May – #BuyMalibuOnItunes – 8pm PST / 5pm EST / 6pm BRT / 4pm CDT / 10PM BST (UK)
Saturday 13th May – #MileyOnWangoTango – 8pm PST / 5pm EST / 6pm BRT / 4pm CDT / 10PM BST (UK)
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Miley Cyrus, DJ Khaled, Halsey and more will help iHeartMedia take over the Fontainebleau Miami Beach June 9–10 for the iHeartSummer ’17 Weekend festival.
The iHeartSummer ’17 Weekend will be live broadcast on on June 9 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on iHeartMedia Mainstream Contemporary Hit Radio (CHR), Rhythmic Contemporary Hit Radio (RCHR) and HOT-AC stations nationwide. As well, the AT&T Audience Network will broadcast the weekend happening as a two-day television special on June 23 and 24 at 8 p.m. EST/PST via DIRECTV Channel 239 or U-verse Channel 1114.
Miley also announced today that she will be performing as part of the Citi Concert Series on The Today Show in New York City on the 26th May!
Find out about all of Miley’s upcoming events here!!
Miley Cyrus will be going back to basics with the release of “Malibu” — her new single, and first original music as a lead artist since 2015 — next Thursday, May 11.
In her candid cover story with Billboard, Miley reveals that the single — named after the California beach community where she currently resides — was written on the way to a taping of The Voice. “I drive myself everywhere, but that day I decided to Uber,” she recalls. “I was trying not to sing out loud because someone else was in the car.”
The song, which Miley dubs “controversial in its sweetness,” and which writer John Norris describes as “gimmick-free pop-rock unlike anything she has recorded before,” is said to be about her fiance Liam Hemsworth. “I never would’ve believed you if three years ago you told me I’d be here writing this song,” Cyrus sings on the track. “But here I am, next to you, the sky so blue, in Malibu.”
“They’re going to talk about me if I come out of a restaurant with Liam,” Cyrus explains in the story. “So why not put the power back in my relationship and say, ‘This is how I feel’?”
Read our full cover story here, look out for “Malibu” on May 11, and keep an eye out for its video, co-directed by Cyrus and “We Can’t Stop” collaborator Diane Martel, coming soon.
Miley Cyrus Breaks Silence on Rootsy New Music, Fiance Liam Hemsworth & America: ‘Unity Is What We Need’
Well above California’s Pacific Coast Highway, just off a canyon road, sits a small house with a wooden porch painted in the colors of the Pride flag. The outside is decorated with frog planters, butterfly chairs, a hot-pink pig-shaped grill, sunflowers and daisies. This is Rainbow Land, the boho recording studio whose owner, Miley Cyrus, is on this sunny April afternoon sitting cross-legged in a swivel chair before a sound board, dressed way down with unruly long hair, cutoffs and a vintage tee that reads “Malibu” on the front.
Cyrus — who’s about to play me 10 songs off a new album that promises to (yet again) transform one of the most inimitable, unpredictable careers in recent pop history — is somehow animated and serene at the same time. It’s clear from the way her words tumble forth that she’s breaking a months long self-imposed “media blackout” and eager to unpack her latest thinking on everything from her alienation from hip-hop to engaging with Donald Trump’s supporters.
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