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Miley Cyrus Is Preparing To Deliver The Sounds Of Summer All Year Long!

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By Taylor Hodgkins on January 5, 2023 at 7:30 PM EST

Chalk it up to Miley Cyrus "Just bein' Miley"- the pop star is gearing up to deliver the most sizzling sounds of 2023!

The 30-year-old gifted her fans a legendary New Year's Eve party with her godmother Dolly Parton to ring in the new year, and now she is all about going forward!

Nearly a decade after releasing signature 'bangerz' like "We Can't Stop" and "Wrecking Ball," Cyrus continues to craft her legacy of releasing memorable pop nuggets. She recently teased a prosperous 2023 by promoting upcoming music through billboards, and now music fans know a bit more about what Cyrus has been cooking up!

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Cyrus Teased New Music For 2023 With A Memorable Ad Campaign!

Miley Cyrus arrives at the NBC studios for her appearance at The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon in NYC

In mid-December, Cyrus began teasing plans for 2023 to be "A NEW YEAR NEW MILEY" through a mysterious ad campaign.

According to The Blast's coverage of the billboards, Cyrus' Spotify page donned a new photo of the singer, and NSFW ads began popping up all over the world. Those pics also teased a new era for Cyrus!

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Before embarking on a possible new career era, Cyrus flirted with the past on her New Year's Eve special with Parton. She performed a memorable duet of Paris Hilton's 2006 pop hit "Stars Are Blind" with Sia and Hilton, herself!

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She also performed a number of songs with former Talking Heads frontman David Byrne.

Cyrus Announces New Music On Social Media!

On Wednesday night Cyrus teased a new single via an Instagram photo set!

The photos began with a shot of Cyrus rocking a classic pair of black sunglasses and lyric snippets from a new single called "Flowers" are featured on the following slides,

The official Instagram account for Target commented, "please i'm still not recovered from new years eve," and Instagram's official account wrote, "new music from THE QUEEN!"

Cyrus continued to exhibit queen behavior on social media by teasing her new career era further!

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On Thursday morning, she shared a reel advertising her upcoming LP, "Endless Summer Vacation." The reel features peak summer vibes, with photos of pool water and palm trees, and is back by the sounds of moody synthesizer strands. Toward the end of the reel, listeners can hear a snippet of a new song, which presumably is "Flowers!"

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The reel also contains the release date for the new LP; "Endless Summer Vacation" which will be released on March 10th.

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According to a tweet from Pop Crave via an article in Rolling Stone, the record was produced by Mike WiLL Made It, Kid Harpoon, Greg Kurston, and Tyler Johnson. The record is said to be "A love letter to LA," and was recorded in the city.

Cyrus also posted a new promotional shot from the album on Instagram. Chelsea Handler commented, "Hot," and the official Instagram account for Spotify commented "already setting our out of office" with a palm tree emoji!

Lana Del Rey will also release her new record on March 10th, a fact some fans would point out on her post of the reel.

"girl you better change the date, that's lana's day," one of Cyrus' followers commented.

Another fan commented the name of Del Rey's latest single "did you know that there's a tunnel under Ocean Blvd" on Cyrus' post.

Regardless of how many records are released on that day, March 10th will belong to the pop girlies!

Fans will be able to experience a bit of Miley Cyrus' version of summer on January 10th with the release of the album's first single "Flowers!"

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