Miley Cyrus releases music video for new 'Malibu' song

Posted May 13, 2017

Billy Ray Cyrus recently opened up to Entertainment Tonight about his daughter Miley's new music, new look, and newfound sobriety.

The track is the first single off of Cyrus' forthcoming album, which will be released later this year.

See more in the video below. "Malibu" was described as "a hit", "AWESOME", "simply and beautifully written" and more.

First of all, this is not the first time Miley has "returned". The video accompanying it is a major departure from others she's released.

She was asked by Kyle if "twerking" Miley was going to be seen again.

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The radio hosts questioned the new direction of her sound, which has transformed from a hip-hop influence to a beach rock style. She told the publication misogynistic and materialistic lyrics forced her to reconsider her relationship with the genre. People make "you've changed" a derogatory statement, I take it as an fantastic compliment. "I am so not that". Cyrus noted that the deliberate aesthetic shift was partly inspired by the current political climate - there are reportedly songs about Hillary Clinton and women in the workplace - but also a desire reach those outside her bubble.

This version of Miley says she still doesn't give a fuck-except when it comes to the people who were hurt by her nipple pasties. "Whatever is going on, it's working for her", he added. The genre really brings out the best of Miley but she went a different direction 'cause of her apparent disinterest.

Miley's apology tour didn't stop there. "A dream come true", she sings. Miley claimed that she's simply moved on and is now listening to more "uplifting, conscious rap". "So why not put the power back in my relationship and say, "This is how I feel"?" she said of the track.

She said: "It's easy, dude". While they are prepping for their upcoming wedding, the pair is spotted from time to time enjoying their solo time together. The 2017 Billboard Music Awards will be held at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas with a live broadcast on ABC at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT on Sunday, May 21. And then you change drastically.