Miley Cyrus released ‘Edge of Midnight Mashup’ with Stevie Nicks

Edge of Midnight Mashup by Cyrus and Nicks
Edge of Midnight Mashup by Cyrus and Nicks

An exciting news for all Miley Cyrus fans out there! Her first ever collaboration with Stevie Nicks, the famous American singer-songwriter is finally made out! The brand new collaborative venture named as “Edge of Midnight (Midnight Sky Remix),” is in fact a mashup of Cyrus’ new single “Midnight Sky” and Stevie Nicks’ spiritual predecessor, “Edge of Seventeen.”

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The first hand information about the release of the new mashup was announced by Miley Cyrus through her Instagram page which left all her fans bemused with ecstasy.

‘StevieNicks has always been my idol & an inspiration. It’s an honor to now call her my friend and collaborator. Edge Of Midnight (Midnight Sky Remix) out everywhere!’-posted the singer.

‘Edge of Midnight Mashup’:Cyrus’ synth-pop banger blends perfectly with Nicks’ 1982 hit.

The written post was also backed up by a small video snippet of the mashup featuring both Miley and Stevie. What is peculiar about the mashup is that it has beautifully blend two different genres recorded in two varied eras. “Edge of Seventeen” appears on Nicks’ debut solo album, Bella Donna, released in 1982 and “Midnight Sky” is a song from Cyrus’ album named the same released on August 14, 2020.

The two singers trade off verses from both songs, and it’s difficult to tell exactly what was recorded in 2020 or nearly 40 years ago. Also, this new mashup entitled as “Edge of Midnight” is further proof that Cyrus is in her element when calling back to classic rock legends.

As far as “Midnight Sky” is concerned, it is the lead single to Cyrus’ upcoming seventh studio album, Plastic Hearts, due out on November 27th. The album cover shaded pink-and-black was shot by legendary rock & roll photographer Mick Rock and the recent reports state that the record will include 12 original songs alongside Cyrus’ recent live covers of Blondie’s “Heart of Glass” and the Cranberries’ “Zombie.” Though Cyrus had planned to release the album this year, later it got canceled due to her vocal cord surgery, although she did release the one-off single “Slide Away.”

Miley Cyrus was lately at the center of media coverage as her novel venture ‘Backyard Sessions Unplugged’ was wholeheartedly welcomed by her fans. Indeed a feather over her celebratory cap as a renowned pop singer.