Miley Cyrus back to her raunchy ways as she bares her butt for new single 'Nothing Breaks Like A Heart'
This is the singer's first track in over a year and has been tipped as a 'futuristic country-tinged tune', which is also the lead single of Mark Ronson’s upcoming album.
Miley Cyrus has returned to the world of music after a brief hiatus and she made sure we understood what we missed in these 12 months. Her racy new music video is certainly working up a Twitterstorm. Featuring in Mark Ronson's 'Nothing Breaks Like A Heart', the former teen sensation flashes her bare booty on camera as she absconds in a car with the police chasing her. The clip has garnered a lot of appreciation online, unlike the times when her song's videos would be slammed for such explicit content.
In the video, Cyrus wears a flashy silver dress and knee-high snakeskin boots and as she moves to the backseat of her car she gives her fans quite a daring glimpse of her butt. Cyrus is no stranger to showing skin on camera after the star left her Disney roots behind. She made headlines for her new, more 'sexual' avatar. Fans rushed to Twitter to express their love for both the song and Cyrus' physique in the video.
One fan wrote, "As the kids would say... this song SLAPS", another one added, "Finally the queen has returned to her throne."Many others just shared gifs of Miley flashing her bum with the caption: "RT to bless someone elses timeline." reports The Sun. One follower gave an intense reaction to Cyrus' return to the music scene, writing, "Had a stroke yesterday but I refuse to die before I hear Miley Cyrus new song #NothingBreaksLikeAHeart not today Satan! Not today!"
Cyrus' new song is her first in almost a year; the trippy track is also the lead single off of Mark Ronson’s upcoming album and is being termed a 'futuristic country-tinged tune'. Teasing their future collaboration, the DJ posted a photograph of himself with the singer back in June this year.
He captioned the grainy shot: "...the girl in this snap helped me write one of my favorite songs. Coming soon x." Ronson recently spoke about the song, working with Cyrus and the presence of both country disco beat and acoustic guitar riffs to BBC, he said, “It wasn’t an intentional thing. I heard the drawl in her voice and the twang when I saw her live on SNL. My jaw dropped and I became super-fixated about being able to work with her.” Ronson added: “But we weren’t trying to make a Western song. I think with Miley, just the way she wrote the verses and the way the melody came out, came naturally.”
The video has several controversial scenes including showing kids and guns, strippers, religious figures, symbolism and more. The video also contains several Easter Eggs referencing her famous naked "Wrecking Ball" clip, which also caused controversy when it was released in 2013 during Cyrus' Bangerz days, reports E!Online. Cyrus and Ronson are set to perform "Nothing Breaks Like a Heart" on 'Saturday Night Live' on December 15.