Best Collaborations from Miley Cyrus’ New Album “Plastic Heart”

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Miley Cyrus never shied away from experimenting with different genres, and she’s fully embracing her edgy rock side with the new album Plastic Heart. This record gave us several pretty epic collaborations, and each one deserves a spot on your playlist.

“Night Crawling” ft. Billy Idol

Recorded alongside the punk rock legend Billy Idol, this song will make you feel like you’ve returned back to the 80s and you’ll want to put on a leather jacket and drive into the night after hearing it.

“Edge of Midnight” ft. Stevie Nicks

Included on the digital edition of Cyrus’ new album, this mash-up of “Midnight Sky” and Stevie Nicks’ “Edge of Seventeen” is truly the best of both worlds.

“Bad Karma” ft. Joan Jett

Plastic Heart draws very obvious inspiration from Cyrus’ favorite punk-rock singers from the 70s and 80s, and it’s truly amazing to hear The Runaways leader Joan Jett singing by her side.

“Prisoner” ft. Dua Lipa

The collaboration between Cyrus and Dua Lipa was a long time coming. The perfect harmony between their smoky voices and their affinity for disco-tinged tunes makes this one of the best songs from Plastic Heart.