Miley Cyrus is back in the spotlight with some new music!
SHE IS COMING, the first in a series of projects, is out now for the world to hear, and tells fans that her new era will be nothing to sneeze at.
The new EP (which you can stream on Apple Music) is the first of three 6-track EPs that Cyrus is releasing in separate installments to form her seventh studio album SHE IS MILEY CYRUS. Each EP represents a “different chapter to a trilogy,” with SHE IS HERE and SHE IS EVERYTHING forming the complete portrait that Cyrus is painting for herself on her next project. A trilogy of Cyrus for your ears.
Per USA Today:
“D.R.E.A.M. (Drugs Rule Everything Around Me)” samples the Wu-Tang Clan’s classic “C.R.E.A.M. (Cash Rule Everything Around Me)” and features two of the group’s members, Ghostface Killah contributing a verse and RZA producing the track. The mellow “Party Up the Street” recruits Swae Lee to sing alongside Cyrus and is produced by Mike WiLL Made-It. And RuPaul joins Cyrus on the pouty “Cattitude” to throw some well-meaning shade, telling Cyrus, “You better go take your country (expletive) indoors and put some damn clothes on ‘cause don’t nobody need to be seeing all of that.”
All these components — plus the druggy anthem “Unholy,” the empowering “Mother’s Daughter” and the soaring “The Most” — culminate in a project that’s more representative of the many sides of Cyrus than any of her career’s other releases. Here, listeners get the hip-hop production that Cyrus has flirted with over the last decade alongside big-voiced pop ballads, paeans to drug use and glimpses of the female empowerment, pro-LGBT persona she’s grown into more recently.