(Radio.com) Miley Cyrus has just released her latest album, Younger Now and the grown-up, pop-country collection comes as a bit of a surprise from the former pop provocateur. Yet Cyrus remains determined to push buttons and spread her ideology. Only, this time she's being more subtle and less abrasive.
While she previously strived to shock and surprise her audience by being controversial and aggressively sexual, Cyrus says that's no longer her goal. At the same time, she's irritated that fans actually expect her to mature and mellow out as she age.
"In a way, Younger Now is really about ageism and sexism, too, because I feel like as women get older it's so hard," she said. "I'm watching Madonna do it with such grace and such style and people still attack her' People just want to talk about how she shouldn't do a f—— cartwheel at the Super Bowl and it's like, why? Why can't you still wear a grill, why can't you still be a part of pop culture?" Read more here.
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