Miley Cyrus dropped her seventh studio album, Plastic Hearts, on November 27. The singer has reinvented herself so many times over the years and appears to have gone for a rockier sound for her latest release.
Unsurprisingly, music critics have their opinions about the 28-year-old's record, which so far has been very positive.
Based on seven reviews, Plastic Hearts has a Metascore of 78 on Metacritic.
NME gave the record a score of 80 out of 100, writing "Plastic Hearts finds the pop-star-turned-rock-star going hell for leather – and when Miley Cyrus is at full throttle, it's an absolute blast."
The Line of Best Fit matched their score.
"With Plastic Hearts, comes a wonderful album about life as a fiercely independent woman. Cyrus has found the perfect balance of pushing her own musical boundaries whilst proving she's one of the strongest and bravest names in the constant celebrity whirlwind," they wrote.
"It's basically a truckload of fun with added blood and guts, driven by Cyrus's reckless, open-throated, soul-bearing charisma," The Independent reviewed.
"Plastic Hearts is a change in direction that works really well," musicOMH opined.