Miley Cyrus Worked With Mark Ronson, Andrew Wyatt & Mike WiLL On New LP
Miley Cyrus has remained fairly tightlipped about her 7th LP (yes, Dead Petz counts) until now. The pop star spilled a little tea in a couple of interviews, even going as far as confirming the lineup of producers. For starters, it seems like Mark Ronson is overseeing the whole project. “We did a lot of stuff on my record together whether it’s just me and Mark, just us together, him producing by himself, and then there’s some where he’s jumped on a record that me and Andrew Wyatt have started but it felt like it was missing something,” she revealed.
“We felt like he was the one to fill in all those blanks.” Miley then confirmed that Bangerz mastermind Mike WiLL Made-It is back in the mix. “Me and Mike have worked on some records for my album,” the 26-year-old said. “I think that Mark elevates music and, whether it’s the string arrangement or whatever it is, adds this class to it that’s just next level… I know that Mike has been wanting to work with Mark for a long time, so I definitely want to be the one to put them in the room together.”
The “Nothing Breaks Like A Heart” hitmaker then goes on to explain the direction of the album. “I think all my fans are going to be really happy me and Mike WiLL are back in the room, but putting him with Andrew Wyatt even still putting strings over hard beats that Mike brings to the table. It’s been really cool seeing those worlds collide.” That aligns with her description of the album in Vanity fair. “There’s psychedelic elements, there’s pop elements, there’s more hip-hop-leaning records,” Miley shared.
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— Smilers' Site (@SmilersSite) February 26, 2019
"Cause i've got a new record coming out and is FIIIIREEE"
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— Miley Dimension (@MileyDimension) February 27, 2019