Miley Cyrus ‘Plastic Hearts’ Review

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Miley Cyrus is back, and her new album ‘Plastic Hearts’ hits like none before. 

Cyrus’ 7th installment is supercharged, alternative, and raw. 

The album kicks off with ‘WTF Do I Know’, the fast-paced track portrays anger, and a vent for the American to get her message off her chest.

The album then transitions into a bongo-led beat from the album title-track ’Plastic Hearts’. The song builds up towards Miley unleashing her dark chorus. 

The album culminates with two of the best covers in recent memory. Blondie’s ‘Heart of Glass’ and The Cranberries ‘Zombie’ are live performed to impeccable justice. 

It’s very refreshing to see a mega artist reform and change up their style. The music industry is led by powerful record companies who have watered down creativity and insist on algorithms to create the perfect recipe for a pop song to go ‘big’. This album almost feels like it’s a fightback from Miley, it’s a personal project and a message to these companies showing that she has independently broken free. 

Miley Cyrus’s ‘Plastic Hearts’ is available now across all music streaming services. 

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