Miley Cyrus breaks Spotify’s one-week streaming record with her new song “Flowers.”
Miley Cyrus broke Spotify’s one-week streaming record with her latest single Flowers.
From Jan. 13-19, the singer’s latest track was streamed over 96 million times on the service alone.
The single is said to be about how Miley, 30, is doing following her divorce from Australian actor Liam Hemsworth, 33, and was also released on his birthday, January 13.
Unbelievable: Miley Cyrus broke Spotify’s one-week streaming record with her latest single Flowers
Flowers topped the Billboard Hot 100 songs in its debut week after Taylor Swift’s Anti-Hero spent eight weeks at number one.
The former Disney star sold an impressive 70,000 copies of the track in its first full week, and it’s still growing.
It’s been nine years since Miley broke a Hot 100 No. with Wrecking Ball in September 2013. 1 had.
Congratulations: From Jan. 13-19, the singer’s latest track was streamed over 96 million times on the service alone
Last week, the star released the very racy music video for her new single Flowers.
The pop song’s lyrics allude to her failed relationship with the actor, including a double entendre about Miley watching their marriage and “burning down” the Malibu home they once shared.
“We were right / until we stopped / building a house and watching it burn,” she sings.
In November 2018, their home was completely destroyed by the devastating Woolsey Fire.
They married a month later but separated after less than a year in August 2019.
Former flame: The single is reportedly about how Miley, 30, is doing following her divorce from Australian actor Liam Hemsworth, 33, and was also released on his birthday (pictured in 2019)
The pair have been on and off for almost a decade, having met on the set of their film The Last Song (2010) when Miley was 17 and Liam was 19.
But now Miley is the symbol of self-love as she splutters out, “I can buy flowers / write my name in the sand / talk to myself for hours / see things you don’t understand.”
The video begins with shots of the Los Angeles skyline at dusk before the camera pans to Cyrus in a shimmering gold hooded dress with a sexy plunging neckline.
Her bleach blonde hair is barely visible and designer sunglasses hide her doe eyes during the confident strut.
Return: It’s been nine years since Miley had a Hot 100 No. 1 with Wrecking Ball in 2013
Switching from somber to upbeat, Miley rips off the hood of her dress and ties her hair as she wanders LA’s Runyon Canyon in a pair of sky-high heels for the remainder of the chorus.
She continues, “I can make myself dance / I can hold my own hand / Yes, I can love myself better than / Yes, I can love myself better than you.”
Miley bounces up a paved road before the video cuts to footage of the star in the backyard of her sprawling Studio City home.
She strips off her designer dress and dances on the lawn in black lingerie while sprinklers spray all over her.
Stunning: Last week the star released the very racy music video for her new single Flowers
The Plastic Hearts hitmaker impressively dives into her resort-style pool and swims to the shallow end.
She then appears with her toned body stretched out on the edge of the pool, giving viewers a closer look at her black lacy bra and panties.
Miley’s hair is soaking wet and brushed out of her face as she fondles her figure seductively for the song’s second verse: “Paint my nails, cherry red / Match the roses that you left / No remorse, no rain / I forget every word you said.” “
Intense: Jumps into the second chorus with footage of Miley, still dressed in her skimpy black two-piece suit, showing off her intense fitness routine
It jumps into the chorus with shots of Miley, still dressed in her black two-piece suit, showing off her intense fitness routine that includes battle rope exercises, resistance training and some very suggestive hip thrusts.
The next scene shows Miley with her bottom bare while she takes a steamy shower.
She raises her hands in the air and closes her eyes while pouring water from the shower head.
Miley reappears in a white robe and with her hair pinned up in a bath towel as she aggressively ransacks her closet.
The damp haired beauty chooses to go topless under an oversized black blazer styled with matching pants and sandals.
Sexual Healing: And then she does some very suggestive hip thrusts
She stoically strolls the marble floors of a hallway before breaking into dances in various rooms of the house, including a living area with a beautiful piano surrounded by floor-to-ceiling windows.
The unpredictable dancing continues as night falls and the backyard is lit up with a series of blue and purple mood lights.
Topless under her blazer, Miley teases viewers by slowly slipping it off her shoulders.
The video ends with Miley breathing heavily and putting her hands on her hips while looking directly at the camera.
“Flowers” is the lead single from Miley’s upcoming eighth studio album Endless Summer Vacation.
Nightfall: The unpredictable dancing continues as night falls and the backyard is lit up with a series of blue and purple mood lights
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