Miley Cyrus has been most visible recently as the star of a new Black Mirrorepisode (thanks, in no small part, to her bright pink hair and a storyline that interestingly reflects elements of her own life). Yesterday, though, she also released her new EP, She Is Coming, the first of three EPs that will make up her seventh studio album.
She Is Coming – which you can download on its own, or by buying a $20 condom branded with the title – is six tracks (19 minutes) long, consisting of trap-inspired songs about partying, drugs, and waking up with new tattoos.
There are also some notable features across the EP. RuPaul features on the hilariously NSFW “Cattitude”, while Rae Sremmurd’s Swae Lee lends his vocals to the slightly more low-key “Party Up the Street”.