Miley Cyrus has released a single and music video for her new song "Used to Be Young," showcasing her return to the music scene.
The music video for "Used to Be Young" captures Cyrus shedding tears as she reflects on her past experiences and her present self.
The song's lyrics touch on themes of change and growth, with lines like "Left my livin' fast somewhere in the past" and "Turns out open bars lead to broken hearts."
Miley Cyrus described the song as being about honoring one's past, loving oneself in the present, and celebrating the person they will become in the future.
In an Instagram post, Cyrus expressed gratitude to her loyal fans for their unwavering support and mentioned that the song is dedicated to them.
Cyrus discussed the emotional video in a special called "Miley Cyrus - Endless Summer Vacation: Continued (Backyard Sessions)" on ABC. She shared that her emotion was linked to seeing her mom, Tish Cyrus, during filming.
Technology Us Cyrus used a technology that allowed her to live stream with her mom from inside the camera, which brought about strong emotions as they danced together.
Miley Cyrus mentioned that she shares a strong resemblance to her mom, Tish Cyrus, and the emotional experience of seeing her mom dance stirred up various emotions.
Cyrus believes that the video lets people see genuine emotions, which she feels are not often visible in today's world.
"Used to Be Young" showcases Miley Cyrus's artistic expression, highlighting her ability to connect with her audience through music and visuals.
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