Mark Ronson has famously labored with a who's who of big-voiced feminine artists -- from Lady Gaga on Joanne and A Star Is Born to Dua Lipa on Silk City's "Electricity" to Amy Winehouse on her breakthrough Back to Black album -- and on Thursday (Nov. 29), he added a brand new highly effective feminine voice to his ranks: Miley Cyrus.
Mark and Miley teamed up for the brand-new track and video "Nothing Breaks Like a Heart" -- Cyrus' first music since her 2017 Younger Now album and the primary observe beneath Ronson's title since his 2015 album Uptown Special, which included the unstoppable Billboard Hot 100 chart-topper and 2016 Grammy document of the Year "Uptown Funk!," that includes Bruno Mars.
The track pays homage to Cyrus' Nashville roots, along with her twangy vocals entrance and heart on her very personal disco "Jolene" (fittingly sufficient, given Miley's godmother is none apart from Dolly Parton). In the accompanying video, Cyrus leads cops on a high-speed chase via town, alongside streets lined with Smilers holding "We Are Miley" indicators and writing "Miley for President" up and down their arms.
In an interview earlier this week, Ronson advised the BBC that his upcoming album, which can embrace "Nothing Breaks Like a Heart," is filled with "unhappy bangers." "It doesn't all the time need to be miserable," he stated. "I attempted doing another music, no matter I might do to not relive 'Uptown Funk,' however the one stuff that began to stay was the stuff that moved me and made me really feel melancholy."
Watch the "Nothing Breaks Like a Heart" video under and catch Cyrus and Ronson because the musical friends on the Dec. 15 episode of Saturday Night Live: