Album by Miley Cyrus
2019, 6 tracks, 19 mins 54 sec


Jun 14, 2019

The Queen Of Impudence.

I could spend hours and hours writing about Miley Cyrus. She has always fascinated me and I have wondered what will go through the head of this magical, changing and disdainful being that in her day was the prodigy child par excellence, loved by the whole world. The ex-queen of the Disney world lived a reality in her childhood and adolescence that no other child has ever lived and this made her mature (and also rebel) at early ages, in order to get her own voice heard. To her long-lived 26 years, it seems wise to me, able to give you any advice by putting an insult in the middle of the sentence and ending it with her horny laughter. I would not be surprised if a person who has lived in the spotlight since she was born, has progressed more quickly than the rest of the mortals of her same age, having lived much more (in any imaginable sense) than someone who doubles her in age and giving it a kind of "superior" mentality and way of thinking, and luckily, in a good way. She reached a point where she got tired of having to give explanations and the rebellion and the party have been her banner during the last years. Can’t be tamed left no doubt about the indomitable spirit that the world had created for Miley, and it was fully corroborated with the controversial Bangerz, with which this girl from Tennessee earned a do-what-I-want-and-I-don’t-give-a-fuck title. Many would want to do this too. Open to to all types of criticism (which she doesn’t give a damn, to be honest), Miley has been doing what she wants for many years. And it has been with the years when I finally believe that I have ended up catching the ''Miley Cyrus strategy'': to each album, a new facet of hers, a new character. But taken to the extreme, no half measures. Miley is a cheeky girl, we have taught her to be like that, I can’t imagine her doing what Lady Gaga does, which is to offer different roles of her personality but without these having just conquered Gaga's own spirit. Miley lets herself be completely absorbed by the character she chooses for her project, adopting a new being. From queen teen pop and soft disobedient rock with the most general sounds of these genres in their beginnings, evolving towards the most extreme rebellion in the form of sexual bombs and twerk with Bangerz, to be the most experimental artist, smeared with glitter and psychedelia with Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz, to finish reincarnating in a half-puritan and mature cowgirl that returned to its country origins with Younger Now. Nobody knows how to jump from one character to another as disparate as Miley in such a short time and without offering an evolutionary process to get used to the viewer. But, then ... Who is Miley Cyrus? Of all these interpreted roles, what would be the protagonist? Or does she show us a bit of them in each of her projects? It seems that the answer is coming with She is coming, the first EP of a trilogy (She is here and She is everything) that together will form what is expected to be the artist's masterpiece, She is: Miley Cyrus.

Written by @FerSP from Fernando Sempere
Jun 14, 2019

Miley Cyrus Manifests The Perfect Niche & Amalgamates From Her Previous Forms on New ‘She Is Coming’ Album.

I can’t believe how prolific Miley Cyrus is proving to be changing in and out of characters through each album, as She Is Coming is such a shockingly tasteful merging of her personas from her last albums yet resembles its own embodiment. I guess the fact the she is a former Disney Channel actor from her childhood should’ve given me a hint of her chameleon like potential but it’s so refreshing when the morphing of artistry is unfolding right before the eyes. It’s unfortunate that we only get 19 minutes of this country-infused She Is Coming as the EP consists of 6 tracks because it’s over in a flash and you feel like there’s something incomplete about the totality of the character she embodies. Miley Cyrus also confirmed that there will be 2 more EP’s to follow up She Is Coming, called She Is Here, and She Is Everything due to drop throughout this year, 2019. As I was saying she does find a nice & trill consolidation between her last personas and a new one as well singing “I’m a little drunk, I know it, I’ma get high as hell. I’m a little bit unholy, so what, so is everyone else.” It’s been almost a decade since we were smacked with her first major hit machine “Wrecking Ball”, as it was in 2013 when Miley Cyrus took a different route in the music industry inviting the Britney Spears representing Larry Rudolph to be her manager as the authentication of deal with RCA Records surfaced. With She Is Coming Miley Cyrus continues to carry that torch with RCA and enlisted hot producers including Jasper Sheff, King Henry, and Mark Ronson who also produced “Nothing Breaks Like A Heart” dropping back in November 2018. Miley Cyrus also enlisted Pluss, RZA, Andrew Wyatt, and Mike Will Made It for She Is Coming as well.

Written by @cbenson from Cyclolore




Album Info



  • May 31, 2019