Miley Cyrus pays tribute to past music videos in ‘Younger Now’


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Just when I thought that Miley Cyrus wouldn’t make me love her more, she goes and releases a banger, a music video for the banger, and pretty much what to expect from her new album. It’s a wonderful day way to start the day.

“Younger Now” is the first song, and second single, off of her next album that has the same name. It’s a little more different from something that we have heard from Miley. It’s has a more of an alternative feel to it. It’s still pop but not the pop music that we are us used to from her. It’s a welcome changed because her voice still fits it wonderfully. Miley’s voice can pretty much fit any type of genre.

Now, the song itself takes awhile for you to warm up to it. While I’m not trying to start a war, it’s reminds me of Selena Gomez’s “Bad Liar.” It’s something unexpected from her and the more your listened to it, the more you liked it and became a true bop. This is a case for this song. It’s an extremely well-written song but just something that will take a few listens before you start bopping to it in the car.

The music video for this song is pretty much EVERYTHING. There’s subtle hints to all of her past songs in it. I truly didn’t notice it until someone on Twitter started to point it out one and then it was like “OMG I’M WOKE.” It’s really nice to see Miley embracing the past and showing how it helped her get to where she is now. Oh, and the video itself isn’t bad. It has a 50’s style and feel to the outfits and it works with it but then there are moments were you go “I’m a little bit lost.”

The album “Younger Now” is set to be released on September 29 and will feature 10 songs, one of which is a duet with her godmother Dolly Parton. I CANNOT WAIT Y’ALL!

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