Hear a Snippet of Miley Cyrus and Mark Ronson

  • November 26, 2018
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The British record producer shares a snippet of the much-anticipated collaboration along with a clip of a heart-shaped disco ball.

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Miley Cyrus’ return to the music industry is coming sooner than you think. The former Disney darling and Mark Ronson have been hitting up the studio to work for their new collaboration, and now the British DJ/record producer has treated eager fans to a snippet of the much-anticipated song titled “Nothing Breaks Like a Heart”.

Coming via Twitter on Sunday, November 25, the nine-second clip doesn’t feature Miley’s vocals at all. Instead, a distant synth sound can be heard as the camera zooms on a heart-shaped disco ball at a red-dimmed room. Judging by the atmosphere of the clip, it’s safe to assume that the song will be a party banger.

the heartbreak era is coming….sooner than u think #featuringwho? pic.twitter.com/N8Itndhsuf— Mark Ronson (@MarkRonson) 25 November 2018

It remains to be seen when the full version of the song will be released for listening pleasure, but Mark hinted that fans didn’t have to wait too long for it. “the heartbreak era is coming… sooner than u think,” he captioned the clip.

Fans are understandably excited over the teaser, with many exclaiming that the “queen” is coming. “miley is coming for another #1 hit w nothing breaks like a heart, stream younger now while we wait for the queen,” one fan wrote. “Miley and Mark omg. WE ARE READY FOR THIS MASTERPIECE,” another said.

Mark first teased their collaboration back in June, posting on Instagram a picture of them together. “I don’t even know if this pic is real or fake because I was so busy giving stRong JEW STEEL to the camera,” he wrote alongside the pic which saw Miley sticking her tongue out to the DJ. “I was unaware of who was to my left or right. All I know is, the girl in this snap helped me write one of my favorite songs. Coming soon x.”

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