Miley Cyrus entrega live poderosa com performances de “Hate Me” e “Gimme What I Want”

Miley Cyrus has delivered a new audiovisual experience for her fans. that this Thursday (06/10), the singer joined the Magnum ice cream brand for a virtual show in which she presented tracks with 8D audio. Don’t you understand? We explain: a kind of mixing to make it seem like the sound moves in a circle around the person. Modern, right? All worked on in her rock phase, Cyrus completed the first performances of “Hate Me” and “Gimme What I Want” and even played some tracks from her recent album “Plastic Hearts“, as well as a verse of the 1980s hit “Midas Touch “, from the group Midnight Star, setting as “Miley’s Touch“. The singer presented powerful vocals accompanied by guitar solos and a lot of energy. The show was dubbed “Miley in Layers“, and is available on YouTube. The idea of ​​the 8D, as advertised, is a sensory technology, which makes the broadcast audio look something like Miley “is in the room with the audience”, as long as people wear headphones. The singer was announced as the new ambassador for the Magnum picols brand and along with the advertising campaign, which is called Miley in Layers. In a press release, Miley Cyrus commented on her experience as an artist and the complete immersion that 8D brought to the show. Miley Cyrus. Photo: YouTubeThe greatest super power we have our individuality. As I evolved as an artist, I was able to explore the different layers of who I am and what brings me pleasure whether it’s writing, being in the studio, performing on stage for thousands of fans, or wearing something that makes me feel empowered. My greatest pleasure in life is music and I am so excited to perform in 8D for all of you. I hope this campaign with Pichol Magnum inspires everyone to embrace their own layers and proudly go after whatever brings them pleasure. Miley Cyrus. Photo: YouTube

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