Miley Cyrus has not revealed the release date of her seventh album yet.
Earlier this week, Miley Cyrus treated her fans and followers with several teasers for her upcoming album, She Is Miley Cyrus. Following all the delays, it seemingly all came as a surprise when she dropped new updates about her latest music projects.
She Is Miley Cyrus has three extended play records
In 2019, the “Slide Away” singer released the first extended play record of her seventh album, according to Cheat Sheet. The album, reportedly, features three EPs in total, having six songs for each. The titles of the EPs are She Is Coming, She Is Here, and She Is Everything.
Miley Cyrus previously announced that, following the release of She Is Coming, the remaining two would follow. Reports, then, noted that they were due for a 2020 release. But, “life had other plans” for her.
She and her then-husband, Liam Hemsworth, separated and, eventually, divorced each other. This, reportedly, brought forward her non-album single, “Slide Away.”
Weeks after her divorce, she entered into a new relationship with Cody Simpson. The singer also underwent surgery on her vocal cords. As a result, the remainder of 2019 became a resting period for Miley, which caused the delays for the release of the two other EPs.
She assured fans of making new music
After all the drama that she faced that year, Miley Cyrus “assured” her fans about making new music earlier this year. She even reportedly announced her festival gigs, which did not happen due to the pandemic crisis.
Amid the lockdown measures, the singer moved on to doing other ventures. Reports said that she began hosting live shows on Instagram titled Bright Minded: Live With Miley. Aside from her solo performances, she also did some musical shows with her former Disney co-stars. These included Demi Lovato and Selena Gomez.
Miley surprised fans with teasers
As the fight against COVID-19 continues in the country, Miley released a set of teasers on social media. Alongside the brief teaser for her new song titled, “Midnight Sky,” she, also, posted a throwback clip, Billboard reported.
The clip is, reportedly, the music video of her song, “Start All Over Again.” She captioned the post, stating that “she is coming,” which appears to be a reference to her second EPs. “Meet Miley Cyrus, again,” she added.
Following the first set of teasers, Miley Cyrus, later on, posted another set of videos on Instagram, teasing, yet again, her upcoming album.
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