Miley Cyrus Poses For ‘Vanity Fair,’ Opens Up About Direction Of New LP

Flashback: Miley's 'Younger Now'
Miley Cyrus' instantly catchy 'Younger Now' deserved to be a much bigger hit.

Miley Cyrus lands on the cover of the March issue of Vanity Fair and poses for a typically stunning photo shoot. The 26-year-old also shares a self-written statement with the fashion magazine, which references her ever-changing sound and image. “When people hear my music they hear a fragment of time, something I feel or felt right then,” she explains. “By the time it gets to your ears I may have grown past it, but I am truest to who I am at that very second. That can be five thousand different colors and shades at the same time.”

That would explain how Miley bounced from the urban-leaning Bangerz to the stripped-back acoustic fare of Younger Now. In an additional Q&A with Vanity Fair, the pop star gets specific about her new album. “There’s psychedelic elements, there’s pop elements, there’s more hip-hop-leaning records,” she reveals. “You know, in the same way I like to kind of just be genderless, I like feeling genre-less.” Miley then describes the album as “just kind of a mosaic of all the things that I’ve been before.” Read the full interview here.

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