Miley Cyrus returns to her roots with 'Younger Now.'

With her upcoming album releasing this week, 'Younger Now', pop artist Miley Cyrus is returning to her roots with americana-tinged pop.

Miley Cyrus returns to her roots with 'Younger Now.'

Remember when our sweet little Miley twerked on Robin Thicke and couldnt stop and wouldnt stop? Miley has shed her crazy image and mellowed out into a luscious americana tinged pop that seems to be her Joanne.



Miley is returning back to her country roots and shes face some criticism for abandoning the hip-hop influence, like shes divorcing herself from a culture she flirted with and used to her advantage.

Pre-order via Apple Music

“This record is a reflection of the fact that yes, I dont give a fuck, but right now is not a time to not give a fuck about people. Im giving the world a hug and saying, Hey, look. Were good I love you. And I hope you can say you love me back."

Miley Cyrus


Younger Now

However, Cyrus is making an attempt to almost overcorrect herself. Shes more mature now, shes mellowed out. She doesnt need to over-emphasize that shes an adult who can party and smoke weed and shock people. “Malibu is a catchy pop tune that sounded amazing acoustic and live, theres no shock value. “Younger Now is well-written and rockabilly and “Week Without You is her most heartfelt, country song to date. I like this new version of Miley, shes self-aware, shes mature, and she doesnt need to use shock value to have our attention.