Mark Ronson reveals unknown details of Miley Cyrus' new album

It is incredible how expected is the seventh studio album of the singer Miley Cyrus. Plastic Hearts is already a hit before its release and fans are counting down the days to hear all the tracks once and for all. Thanks to music producer Mark Ronson today we have unknown details about the album and if you continue reading you will discover them.  

  • On November 27 we will finally have the opportunity to discover the new sound of Miley Cyrus.
  • Along with great collaborators such as Billy Idol, Dua Lipa, and Joan Jett, the audience will get to know the rockier side of the 27-year-old artist.
  • “Midnight Sky” and the covers of “Zombie” and “Heart Of Glass” have left us wanting to know a lot more about this new sound from Cyrus, luckily there is little left to have Plastic Hearts in our hands.
Mark Ronson and Miley Cyrus.

Music producer and songwriter Mark Ronson took to his social media to express how happy he was to work with Miley Cyrus again and reveal some details of how the most anticipated tracks on his next studio album were made.

Miley and Mark together on SNL.

Before we get down to it, let's remember that back in 2018 the “Party In The USA” singer participated in Mark's song “Nothing Breaks Like A Heart”.

With a country sound and a spectacular music video, the song became an instant hit.

The video accumulates more than 200 million views on YouTube.

The producer felt the song was so good that he even got tattooed on the broken heart-shaped disco ball that appears in the music video for “Nothing Breaks Like A Heart.”

What a great way to promote your work!

Plastic Hearts alternative cover.

Now that we recall the past of this duo, let's get into the juicy details of Smiley's new album.

What the 45-year-old producer wanted to do with his description of some Plastic Hearts songs was to transport us to the very essence of songs like “Bad Karma”.

Mark Ronson's tweets on Plastic Hearts

A collaboration with Joan Jett, which he describes as a trip to the past in those iconic jam sessions from where the best songs in the history of music came from.

Dua Lipa is also on Plastic Hearts

Track number 8 “High” promises to be honey for the ears with incredible harmonies from Cyrus.

It all sounds amazing.

You can pre-order Plastic Hearts here.

Kelsey Miller

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