Miley Cyrus Shares A Snippet Of A New Song Called “Bad Karma”
UPDATE: A longer snippet of “Bad Karma” arrived online. Listen to it below.
Miley Cyrus multi-tasked at last night’s (May 6) Met Gala. The pop star not only slayed the red carpet, she also found the time share a snippet of a new song called “Bad Karma.” Is this the lead single from MC7? Time will tell, but there’s a very good chance that it’s on the album. After all, Miley has previously referenced the song in an interview. “I’m such a visual person, that when I record a vocal take — this is really creepy, this is a girl thing — I imagine what lipstick I’ll be wearing in the music video,” she said.
“Like ‘Bad Karma’ — ooh, I shouldn’t have said that, well, there you go,” Miley elaborated, before revealing that the song was produced by Mark Ronson. It seems like the Brit is the mastermind behind most of her new album. “We did a lot of stuff on my record together,” the 26-year-old revealed in a different interview. She also listed Andrew Wyatt and Mike WiLL Made-It as collaborators. Listen to a very brief snippet of “Bad Karma” below. Smilers are convinced that the final version will feature Shawn Mendes, but I can’t find any hard evidence (yet).
— Pop Crave (@PopCraveNet) May 7, 2019
Video of Miley and Liam on the bus ride over to the Met Gala and Miley singing along to what sounds like “Bad Karma” – a Song she teased during a London interview that she did with producer Mark Ronson. Definitely cannot wait to hear this one off the record! 🖤 pic.twitter.com/Pm1yhdsaBb
— Jozzy (@MileyNYCyrus) May 7, 2019