Miley Cyrus’ Single Covers From “Ready, Set, Don’t Go” To “Younger Now”
Miley Cyrus appears to be going back to her roots on the soon-to-be-unveiled title track of her 6th LP, Younger Now. The song is set for release this Friday (August 18), and the single cover features a nostalgic photo of the pop star beaming out from behind a graphic border. It follows the aesthetic the 24-year-old has been following so far this era. The buzz track will join effervescent lead single “Malibu” and the twangy pop anthem “Inspired” on the track list, both of which boasted natural covers as well. In honor of the impending release, we have revisited all of Miley’s single covers to trace her evolution.
After beginning her music career as the pop star living a double life on Disney’s Hannah Montana, Miley began releasing solo projects in 2007. The “Inspired” songstress shared a cover with her dad Billy Rae Cyrus on one of her first personal releases, the country-tinged “Ready, Set, Don’t Go” that appeared on his 10th album. That year she released a handful of teeny-bopper singles including “Fly On The Wall,” “7 Things” and the rebellious “See You Again.” Each of the covers featured a closely cropped photo of the rising starlet. Simple glamour photos was the trend until 2010’s “Can’t Be Tamed,” when she glared out from behind the bars of a cage on the coming-of-age track’s cover. She went bold and graphic on the followup single “Who Owns My Heart” that same year, featured a red Solo cup on 2013’s “We Can’t Stop,” and posed with a bouquet of roses on the cover of the sole Bangerz ballad “Adore You.” Click through all of Miley’s colorful single covers up top.