Miley Cyrus and Dua Lipa have teamed up to jam out together in an exciting musical collaboration! As Entertainment Tonight shares, the pop stars released a brand-new song on Thursday called "Prisoner," debuting the track alongside a wild music video.
Cyrus and Lipa turn up the heat in rebellious new video
Cyrus' song with Lipa is the newest single from her upcoming rock album Plastic Hearts. In the music video for "Prisoner," the singers rock out while covered in fake blood, belting out lyrics like "Prisoner, prisoner, locked up/Can't get you off my mind, off my mind" and "You keep making it harder to stay/But I still can't run away".
As Entertainment Tonight mentions, the rebellious video also shows some pretty sensual moments between Cyrus and Lipa as they party it up. As well, the two stars use send a strongly worded kiss-off message to everyone who they used to date! "In Loving memory of all my exes. Eat Sh**," bright neon letters at the end of the music video declare.
Lipa calls her collab with Cyrus "the perfect combination"
Cyrus talked about working with Lipa in a new interview with Apple Music 1's Zane Lowe, which will be released on Monday! "I see, when Dua's around, that her charisma -- there's no sense of desperation to it," Cyrus explained, "like, 'I've got to be the best because if I'm not what if...' There's a calmness to her success, which I really like." It seems the feeling is mutual, because Lipa also gushed over Cyrus!
"I love her. She's really, really fun and her energy is unmatched," the "Break My Heart" singer told Entertainment Tonight last month. "We had a blast shooting this music video. It's fun, it's playful. I feel like it's the perfect combination of the two of us." Lipa released her second album earlier this year— the retro-pop Future Nostalgia— and recently teamed up with French singer Angèle for the song "Fever"!
Cyrus's new album Plastic Hearts is set to be released on November 27, and will feature collaborations with several other big-name artists! The singer has joined forces with the likes of rock icons Billy Idol, Joan Jett, and Stevie Nicks, and fans can't wait to hear more of this edgier side to Cyrus's music!