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Miley Cyrus Releases “Bangerz” Outtake ‘Doctor (Work It Out)’ with Pharrell Williams

Cyrus is ready to celebrate her rhythmic, decade-old track with fans following her GRAMMY wins.

Miley Cyrus is workin’ it out on her new single, “Doctor (Work It Out)” with Pharrell Williams. The single follows her show-stopping 64th GRAMMY Awards performance and wins. The 31-year-old not only stuns in a Bob Mackie-inspired black dress, but her stage prescience also lights up the non-narrative music video with free-spirited choreography, big hair, chiseled cheekbones and a pearly white smile. Watch the “Doctor (Work It Out)” music video below!

Though originally intended for Cyrus’ Bangerz (2013) album, the dance-pop track received a grandiose re-introduction at Pharrell William’s third collection with Louis Vuitton for the Fall/Winter 2024 season. “I could be your doctor / And I could be your nurse,” Cyrus sings over the amped guitar. “I think I see the problem / It’s only gon’ get worse.” The release follows 2023’s ballad “Used To Be Young,” making “Doctor (Work It Out)” Cyrus’ first entry of 2024.

Williams helmed the bulk of Cyrus’ hip-hop-influenced Bangerz production with support from Mike WiLL Made-It, Dr. Luke and others. “We just knew it was early,” Williams said in an interview with Zane Lowe on Apple Music 1. “You just never know. And there’s a moment where you feel like you feel the stickiness in something, but you may feel that the environment is not ready for it.”

Cyrus added, “We just believe so much in timing and in everything happening when it’s supposed to. And around the Grammys, Pharrell and I were talking about putting the song out, and it just felt like it was so serendipitous, and there were so many alignments and so many moments that made me know that now was the perfect time. […] Sometimes, things in our past make more sense in our present than they ever did then. […] This song, I think the nature, the celebration, the feeling, especially with the video, the joy, the dancing, the letting go, it’s what this song really always needed.”

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