Miley Cyrus' "Malibu": Stream the new song about Liam Hemsworth now

Posted May 13, 2017

We also have to mention that Nick wasn't the only one who showed Miley some love over "Malibu". Katy Perry, 32, tweeted that she loved the new song and Miley went wild!

Miley is now getting ready to release her new single "Malibu", which she says was inspired by Liam.

"But here I am, next to you / The sky's more blue in Malibu / Next to you in Malibu", she sings in the song's chorus.

Miley Cyrus, 24, is back, treating fans to "Malibu", her first solo single since late 2013's "Adore You".

Miley Cyrus has returned to us from the musical purgatory we thought she had resided in, and I have to admit, I'm pretty happy about that after hearing this track.

Her newest single is on a whole other level that her fans are sure to be proud of and love. "I was trying not to sing out loud because someone else was in the auto", she said. While Miley focuses on the sunshiny version of the city, in Courtney's Malibu the palm trees are, literally, bursting into flames. She has beautifully penned down this song that's an ode to her fiance.

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Billy Ray Cyrus recently said his daughter has a "joy for life" now that she's stopped smoking marijuana.

Speaking to Billboard magazine about the influences behind her new music, she said reconnecting with Liam was a huge part of it. A few seconds into the clip, you'll find Miley happier than ever dancing around the beach in multiple white flowing dresses and bikinis.

Cyrus will make her debut performance of "Malibu" at the Billboard Music Awards on May 21.

"And I was noticing, it's not the people that are stoned". Miley "can't be tamed" and she wouldn't do anything that she wouldn't wish to.

"You know what I like about the way she looks [now?] Happy", he said.