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Unity is what we need,” says Miley when talking about her new untitled Album coming out at the end of the year. Some of the songs talk about falling in love with actor Liam Hemsworth, in fact, the actor inspired the song “Malibu," which is set to release on May 11th. Some of the other songs on the album include a song for former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, a song toward Trump supporters, and a song for women in the workplace.

Open-minded Miley

With this new album she’s hoping to engage people who wouldn’t normally listen to her music. When talking about the album, she said “I’ve also got to be open about the way I approach people with my opinions.

That’s the only way to make a real change." She hopes to be able to reach out to the people she didn't agree with in the past. Even though she's a Hillary supporter, she's trying to see things from someone elses perspective. Not agreeing with the way things turned out politically, she strives to open her mind to what others think. She has said that she still does not care if people love or hate her or her music, or if they judge her, she still wants everyone to have an open mind about how things in the world today.

“I like to surround myself with people that make me want to get better,” Cyrus said when talking about how she got sober. “I haven’t smoked weed in three weeks, which is the longest I’ve ever gone without it,” she continued, “I’m not doing drugs. I’m not drinking. I’m completely clean right now! That’s just something I wanted to do." When asked if it was hard to quit, she said that it was easy, and that when she wants something, it's easy to do.

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Miley’s very proud of herself

She claims to be very happy in this time of her life. Cyrus feels that she is making a change for the better and she wanted to do it for her and not anyone else. She's grown up since her "Hannah Montana" days. Fans are begining to see the Miley they've known and loved. This time she is exposing herself to the world in a new way, and it will be interesting to see what comes next.