Miley Cyrus Teases Upcoming ‘Plastic Hearts’ Album with New Album Photography

by Josh Lanier
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Miley Cyrus is promoting her upcoming album by releasing the artwork on Twitter. The superstar shared a photo of her upcoming Plastic Hearts album taken by legendary rock photographer Mick Rock.

She’s posted the pre-sale link of the album Friday. She also teased duets with some interesting people. Cyrus says classic rock superstars Billy Idol, Stevie Nicks, and Joan Jett will appear on the album. Dua Lipa will also appear on a track, she said in a tweet.

“.@MileyCyrus’ upcoming Rock album will feature Iconic Legends @BillyIdol, @StevieNicks and @joanjett! #PlasticHearts also includes a song with the amazing @DUALIPA called “Prisoner”!” she posted.

Her fans are thrilled. They’ve subsequently been posting their love on her posts about the album.

Cyrus recently also caused a stir on Twitter for her support of President-elect Joe Biden. Cyrus posted about it when news agencies called the race for the former vice president.

“Now THIS is a PARTY IN THE USA! @JoeBiden @KamalaHarris,” Cyrus posted.

She was referring to her song “Party in the USA.” Her tweet also included a video featuring the song being cued by Biden. In addition, the clip features Vice President-elect Kamala Harris dancing. Moreover, security rushes Trump from the podium in the video.

Miley Cyrus Releases Song With Her Idol

Miley Cyrus has already released her song with Stevie Nicks entitled “Edge of Midnight (Midnight Sky Remix).”

She excitedly posted about the collaboration on Instagram.

“Stevie Nicks has always been my idol & an inspiration. It’s an honor to now call her my friend and collaborator,” Cyrus wrote.

Nicks was also complimentary toward Cyrus when posting a preview of the song on Twitter.

“Duet with @MileyCyrus …Magical! Loved singing with her! Available everywhere,” she wrote.

The album also includes other notable duets, including rock legend Joan Jett. The two sing on a song called “Bad Karma.”

Music producer Mark Ronson posted his love of the track. He says it reminds him of a song from KISS frontman Ace Frehley and Jett.

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