Not sick of Miley Cyrus yet? Wait, there's more! Now the twerk girl is rapping.
Cyrus' latest salacious video landed today, featuring Miley in what has become her signature look: Scantily clad and writhing.
What's new is that she's rapping in23, the new single by producer Mike WiLL Made It, her pal and collaborator, and an artist way more accustomed to rapping than ex-Disney tween turned twerk-and-tongue queen Miley.
But we knew she could do it because the audio for the song leaked last month. Then the video leaked today, and wastweetedby Cyrus herself.
Thevideowas labeled "explicit" by YouTube but it doesn't seem that much more risqué than what Cyrus did in front of a TV audience of millions at the MTV Video Music Awards last month.
In the video, Cyrus twerks, sticks out her tongue, bends over, spreads her legs, wiggles provocatively, smokes, utters profanity - the usual stuff - while dressed, if it can be called that, in a skimpy basketball cheerleader outfit and red spike heels.
The most striking thing about the video, which also features rapping by Juicy J and Wiz Khalifa, is how Cyrus, with her blond hair and pale white skin, stands out in scenes filled mostly with African-American performers and extras.
What's the video about? You decide.HollywoodLife.comhelpfully printed her lyrics, some of which are unprintable in a mainstream newspaper. A sample: "I be in the club standing on the couch, In them Wolf Grays like it's my house."
This is the first single from WiLL (real name: Michael Len Williams II, 24, of Atlanta), who produced Cyrus' albumBangerz. He toldFadermagazine how he talked Miley into performing and appearing in the video, shot after Cyrus' VMA appearance.
"I was like, I'm gonna let Miley hear this and see if she wants to get on it," he said. "I was like, Man, you can't pull it off. And she was like, Yeah I can. We just made sure she stayed in the right pockets and rode the beat right."