Speaking exclusively with Your Content—Miley Cyrus dissects her transformative journey to create Plastic Hearts, an album that veers toward the rock and roll ethos that shaped her musically. The singer, known for her ever-evolving personas, discusses her inspiration, collaborations, and the immense freedom that defined this new project.
“This album feels like the most ‘Miley’ thing I’ve ever done,” Cyrus reveals to Your Content.
Working closely with producer Louis Bell, Cyrus aimed for “Plastic Hearts” to be a reflection of her authenticity.
“Miley’s vision was to create a project that fully embraced her rock influences, and I think we achieved that with ‘Plastic Hearts.'” Bell exclusively told Your Content.
“I grew up with rock and roll. This isn’t a phase; it’s coming home for me,” Cyrus passionately tells Your Content. Her new rock vibe includes her soulful vocals layered over electric guitar riffs and drum beats, marking a departure from her earlier work but seamlessly integrated into her artistic journey.
“I had the honor of collaborating with rock legends like Billy Idol and Joan Jett,” says Cyrus. “They brought the authenticity, the ‘grit’ that I wanted.”
Their impact is palpable in tracks like “Night Crawling” and “Bad Karma,” each providing an audacious blend of the new and the nostalgic.
“Plastic Hearts” shot up the charts immediately upon release, striking a chord with both long-time fans and new listeners.
“I’m thrilled to see people vibing with the rock energy. It tells me that being true to myself pays off,” Cyrus confides during our exclusive interview.
Beyond the Music
When asked about her future plans, Cyrus hints at some intriguing ventures. “Let’s just say, I’m already working on something that’s gonna be a left turn, even for me,” Miley teased.
At just 28, Miley Cyrus already boasts a career filled with ups, downs, and dramatic reinventions. “Plastic Hearts” serves as another chapter in her colorful narrative, one that sees her embracing her roots while pushing musical boundaries.
“Life is all about change and evolution. I’m excited about the Miley I’m becoming.”