Miley Cyrus frolics on the beach in her music video for ‘Malibu’, giving ultimate summer vibes


Miley Cyrus has just dropped her new music video for latest single ‘Malibu’, and it’s 100% #SummerVibes.

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Miley can be seen frolicking around a gorgeous beach and dancing under waterfalls with her hair cascading down her back as she belts out the ballad. She looks totally lost in love, which we are HERE FOR. 

The music video was directed by Miley herself along with Diane Martel (Mariah Carey, Christina Aguilera, Nicki Minaj).

It’s how we envision our summer 2017, but in reality it’s just gonna be a lot of Netflix binging and not knowing the meaning of mornings.

Speaking to Nick Grimshaw on the Radio 1 Breakfast Show, Miley talked about how she intends to celebrate every change in her life, despite the fact many people see change as a negative thing.

“Every time I make music, I feel like I’m in a different space. That’s because there’s time in between every record and time brings change and hopefully a sense me being evolved.

“I always want people to celebrate my change, change has come to be a derogatory thing – ‘he’s changed, she’s changed’ and I think it’s great when people change, not just in my career but in my listening experience as an artist I hope as a listener I’ve got to listen to every type of music this planet has to offer me.”

If you can’t get enough of Miley and her new song, she’s going to be performing it for the first time at KIIS FM’s Wango Tango Saturday 13th May at StubHub Center in Carson as well as her first TV performance of the song on the ABC’s Billboard Music Awards on Sunday, May 21st.

If that’s not enough for you, you can also catch her performing on the NBC Today Show‘s Summer Concert Series on Friday May 26, as well as iHeart Media’s iHeartSummer ’17 Weekend By AT&T which takes place at Fontainebleau Miami Beach on Friday June 9th and Saturday June 10th.

Seems like our Summer really is going to be full of Miley and ‘Malibu’!

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