Miley Cyrus To Release Her First Offical Live Album

Miley Cyrus To Release Her First Offical Live Album

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Miley Cyrus has just announced that she will be releasing her first official live album entitled Attention: Miley Live. The famous musical artist who has become one of the most successful musical artists of the past ten years with her grand reimagining of herself or we should say actually getting to be herself has never released a live Miley Cyrus album. For fans who have caught Miley Cyrus in concert, this is great news. The singer is incredibly dynamic on the concert stage as she has the vocals chops to really blow audiences away.

The music world was first notified of the new release today the way many musical announcements are now made…on Twitter. Although she did tell her fans on stage the night before.  The album is set to be released in a little over a week on April 1, 2022. The album will feature twenty tracks. Most of the tracks will feature her big-time hits and some deep album tracks going all the way back to the start of her music career in her post-Hannah Montana period. There will also be two new songs included on the album called “Attention,” and “You.” Miley Cyrus has stated that it was the fans who helped her pick the tracks to be placed on the live album.

Miley Cyrus recorded the album this past winter at the Bud Light Super Bowl Music Festival. The music festival was held in Los Angeles, California at the Crypto.com Arena.  The arena was formally named the Staples Center and has served as the home to the Los Angles Lakers, Clippers, Kings, and Sparks.

Miley Cyrus has released seven studio albums starting with Meet Miley Cyrus in 2007, Breakout in 2008, Can’t Be Tamed in 2010, her fabulous album Bangerz in 2013, Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz in 2015, Younger Now in 2017 and Plastic Hearts in 2020. Miley Cyrus has also signed a new recording contract with Columbia Records. She is currently working on a new album for her new label.

Below is the tracklisting for the new live album due April 1st.

1. “Attention”
2. “We Can’t Stop X Where Is My Mind?”
3. “Plastic Hearts”
4. “Heart of Glass”
5. “4×4”
6. “(SMS) Bangerz”
7. “Dooo It!”
8. “23”
9. “Never Be Me”
10. “Maybe”
11. “7 Things”
12. “Bang Bang X See You Again”
13. “Jolene”
14. “High”
15. “You”
16. “Like a Prayer”
17. “Edge of Midnight (Midnight Sky Remix)”
18. “The Climb”
19. “Wrecking Ball X Nothing Compares 2 U”
20. “Party In The U.S.A.”

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