January 31, 2023


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Morrissey says Miley Cyrus wants to stop album, reveals split with Capitol

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Many people traditionally send a list of the positive things they’ve experienced over the past year as part of their holiday greeting cards, but Morrissey used Christmas as an occasion to spill some bad news about his career, putting a cap on what already seemed like a lot. to be something annus horribilis For the polarizing pop star.

In messages posted on his website on December 23-24, the British singer first announced that he would be parting ways with his label, Capitol Records, even before he had a chance to release any music from it – then added that Miley Cyrus had said it would be removed from the finished album. Currently sitting at a standstill.

A page posted on her site on Christmas Eve, titled “Miley Is A Punk Rocker,” showed Morris posing with Cyrus in the studio during a more melodic moment. The caption read, “Miley Cyrus now wants to stop singing ‘I Am Veronica’ for which she volunteered to provide backing vocals almost two years ago. It comes at a time when Morrissey has parted ways with Capitol Records (Los Angeles), who controlled the hidden album ‘Bonfire of Teenagers’. Above, Morrissey and Miley during Miley’s session for ‘I Am Veronica’

Earlier in the day, a message titled “Roll On 2023” was posted: “Morrissey has voluntarily parted company with Maverick/Quest Management. Morrissey has also voluntarily withdrawn from any association with Capitol Records (Los Angeles).

In November, Morrissey posted that his album, “Bonfire of Teenagers”, which was supposed to be released in February 2023, was no longer on the schedule and noted, “Its fate rests exclusively with Capitol Records (Los Angeles). The Andrew Wyatt-produced album has been in the works for a year and a half, according to reports.

Morrissey made international headlines in early November when he began a half-hour show from the stage at LA’s Greek Theater, with no explanation to a stunned audience.

On Christmas Day, she followed her announcements about her split from Cyrus and Capitol with a less snarky message, posting, “And all the things I’ve seen qualify me to be a part of your dreams,” and re-shared the video of Melania’s “Some Say I A three-year-old music video for a cover of Got Devil”.

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