A&E

Miley Cyrus releases ‘Bangerz’

By Sandy Ornelas
Staff Writer

Image from celebuzz.com Miley Cyrus dons a sassy black coat dress on the cover of her fourth album “Bangerz.”

Image from celebuzz.com
Miley Cyrus dons a sassy black coat dress on the
cover of her fourth album “Bangerz.”

Cyrus new album releases with a bang

Miley Cyrus released her fourth studio album last week titled, “Bangerz.”

The 20-year-old’s album includes her number one hit single on the Hot 100 Billboard charts, “Wrecking Ball” and number two hit single “We Can’t Stop.”

According to a poll taken by HuffingtonPost.com, 62.24 percent are pleased with Cyrus new album.

Unlike other pop albums, this album does not have the same song over and over. Each track on this album has a different rhythm.

Cyrus songs center around three themes: love, heartbreak, and having fun.

Cyrus has been causing such a controversy with her performance at the 2013 Video Music Awards and her risqué music videos that people forget that she is talented.

Although Billboard.com rated “Bangerz” 70 out of 100, this album will catch your attention.

“Never mind the ‘z’ at the end of the album title, because one thing Miley Cyrus’ ‘Bangerz’ won’t do is put you to sleep,” said Billboard.com.

The album ranges from hip-hop to dance-pop songs.

The songs featured on Cyrus’s new album include: “Adore You,”“We Can’t Stop,”“SMS (BANGERZ),”“4×4,”“My Darlin,”“Wrecking Ball,”“Love Money Party,”“#GETITRIGHT,”“Drive,”“FU,”“Do My Thang,”“Maybe You’re Right,”“Someone Else.”

Image from justjaredjr.com
Miley Cyrus dons a sassy black coat dress on the
cover of her fourth album “Bangerz.”

This album includes collaborations with Nelly, Future, Big Sean, French Montana, and Britney Spears.

The deluxe edition includes three extra songs: Rooting for My Baby, On my Own and Hands in the Air featuring Ludacris.

Cyrus shows her rapping skills in several of her songs on the album and embraces her Nashville roots in the song “4×4,” featuring Nelly.

Several of her songs are about her love and heartbreak over her ex-fiancé Liam Hemsworth.  She starts off saying in the song “Someone Else,” “If you’re looking for love, know that love don’t live here anymore. He left with my heart; they both walked through that door without me.”

Cyrus did not have to “twerk” for attention to promote her new album.

Cyrus is doing something right because people “can’t stop” talking about her actions.

Listen to: Adore you, 4X4, My Thang and #GETITRIGHT.
Skip: SMS (Bangerz) and My Darlin’.

About these ads

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s