Miley Cyrus debuts new song, 'We Can't Stop' (Listen, poll)
Miley Cyrus is celebrating youth and partying in her new single.
The 20-year-old songstress released her new track, "We Can't Stop," on Monday, June 3. In the catchy and upbeat tune, Cyrus sings about twerking, haters and ... "homegirls with big butts."
"It's our party, we can do what we want / It's our party we can say who we want / It's our party, we can go love who we want," she sings in the tune (Listen below).
The former Disney star, who excitedly released the song on Ryan Seacrest's morning radio show, shows off a much more mature sound in the new track. Produced by Mike Will Made it, the song features R&B and pop influences -- rather than Cyrus' distinct electronic sound.
In the chorus, the "Can't Be Tamed" singer croons about partying, dancing and owning the night -- also referencing the controversial party drug Ecstacy, also known as Molly.
"We like to party / Dancing with Molly / Doing whatever we want / This is our house / This is our rules / And we can't stop / And we won't stop / Can't you see it's we who own the night," she sings.
"To my homegirls here with the big butts / Shaking it like we're at the strip club / Remember only god can judge you / Forget the haters, 'cause somebody loves 'ya," she sings in another part.
The actress and singer took to Twitter to share her excitement for the song's release, posting: "On my way to @RyanSeacrest @1027KIISFM #wecantstoppremiere can't believe it's finally here! Ahhhh."
The proud performer wasn't the only one anxious for the song's debut, with fellow Disney alum Demi Lovato posting: "#wecan'tstop I WANNA HEAR IT NOWWW @MileyCyrus"
In April, the singer released her reggae-inspired collaboration with Snoop Lion, "Ashtrays and Heartbreaks," for a track on his upcoming studio album. The song marked the first major studio release for Cyrus since her 2010 album, "Can't Be Tamed."
The singer is expected to release her own solo album sometime in 2013. While the date has yet to be announced, Smilers can expect to see a clip from the video for "We Can't Stop" sometime next week, according to MTV.
(Pictured above: Miley Cyrus appears in a photo from the official video for "We Can't Stop" from her Twitter account.)
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