Mark Ronson has worked with a veritable who’s who list of top-shelf female artists – from Lady Gaga on Joanne and A Star Is Born to Dua Lipa on Silk City’s “Electricity” to Amy Winehouse on her breakthrough Back to Black album – and yesterday (Novemeber 29th), he adds Miley Cyrus to his new unique chanteuse list.

Ronson and Cyrus link up for the highly-anticipated “Nothing Breaks Like a Heart”. Complete with an internationally produced video that takes the end user on a high-speed police chase through streets lined with Smilers holding “We Are Miley” signs and writing “Miley for President” up and down their arms.

The former Voice-featured coach directs her fans on a lyrical journey from post-breakup relief to the staleness of single life with the text: “When you walked out/At first I celebrated/But this footloose, fancy free stuff’s overrated.” Watch the clip for the RCA Records-released, mega dance/pop/country collaboration.

Mark revealed in a recent interview that the Cyrus-featured single will be part of his upcoming album, along with what the “Uptown Funk” creator calls “sad bangers.” Elaborating, the multi-Grammy award winning producer said that eventually, “the only stuff that started to stick was the stuff that moved me and made me feel melancholy.” No release date has been announced for this project.

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