Miley Cyrus Delivers Ultra Raunchy VMA Performance, Puts Out Single and ‘Bangerz’ Cover Art
By this point, you’re likely familiar with Miley Cyrus’ incredibly strange and raunchy VMA performance. It’s hard to determine what’s truly the most “pay attention to me!” element. Was it the twerking (or is that wannabe twerking?) on stage with a bunch of teddy bears? Was it slapping the rear of a backup dancer? Or, her change to nude-colored vinyl underwear before grinding against Robin Thicke for their duet of “Blurred Lines”?
If you’re mystified, you’re in good company. Plenty have talked about Cyrus’ performance and stage antics two days after the 2013 MTV VMAs, but what you likely haven’t heard is, the former teen dream put out a new single and teased the cover art for upcoming album Bangerz.
What’s particularly surprising is, the singer majorly turned down the sex factor on both. The cover art evokes ‘80s pop culture symbolism, with its neon palm trees and air brushed look. Meanwhile, new single “Wrecking Ball” sounds more apt for Katy Perry’s upcoming album PRISM.
Cyrus actually sings on this one, but if she weren’t aiming for a spectacle at the recent awards ceremony, she likely would’ve debuted the track, a la Bruno Mars introducing everyone to “Gorilla.”
“Wrecking Ball” is the latest cut off Bangerz, scheduled to drop on October 8. Listen to it here:
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