Miley Cyrus lent her voice to Mark Ronson’s new single "Nothing Breaks Like a Heart," but that’s just the beginning of their musical adventures together.
It’s been confirmed Mark has produced several tracks that lean towards rock for Miley’s upcoming album.
But she has also been back in the studio with an old friend, Mike WiLL Made-It, who largely produced Miley’s 2013 album Bangerz. Their new songs have a hip hop backbone.
She’s also been working with Andrew Wyatt, the singer of indie pop band Miike Snow, who’s co-written tons of hits like Bruno Mars' "Grenade."
Those tracks unsurprisingly have an alt-pop vibe, so with all that said it’s clear Miley’s album is going to feature a little bit of everything sonically.
While there’s no guarantee, Miley hopes the album will arrive in June.
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