Miley Cyrus and Dua Lipa are gearing up making a huge wave in the music industry with their highly expected collab.
On November 19, Miley Cyrus has released ‘Prisoner,’ featuring English singer Dua Lipa, as the second single of her seventh studio album ‘Plastic Hearts.’ The singers, who teased their collaboration a few months ago through a photo of the two they posted on social media, announced the news regarding the release by uploading a series of photos and videos from the music video for the song.
The ‘Don’t Start Now‘ singer expressed her excitement about the track as follows through her verified Twitter account, alongside a short clip from the official music video:
“PRISONER OUT NOW BIG LOVE TO THE WHOLE GANG WHO HELPED PUT THIS TOGETHER DIRECTED BY ALANA O’HERLIHY + MILEY”
As fans remember, the rumors regarding the collaboration aroused in May, months after, Cyrus confirmed the news during an interview with Cadena 100. On November 13, Cyrus officially announced the song’s title by revealing the tracklist of ‘Plastic Hearts.’ Finally, ‘Prisoner,’ which was described by the ‘Midnight Sky‘ singer as a “perfect blend of her and Lipa’s styles,” has been dropped on Thursday.
Regarding the collab, Cyrus, who teased the music video that is with rock ‘n’ roll energy, in which the duo appears in the 90s style outfits, driving a tour bus together and eating blood-red cherry, said the followings in an interview with Apple music:
“In a way, her and I, we have a lot of things in common, if you look at us. I would say our love for fashion, this is my number one, me and Dua both. She’s probably the only person that can rival my collection of fuzzy hats. We have a love for fuzzy hats.”
Click here to watch the music video and see below to view Lipa’s tweet.
— DUA LIPA (@DUALIPA) November 20, 2020