Gay rapper Lil Nas X releases a new holiday song, and Miley Cyrus releases the tracklist for the new album "Plastic Hearts."

Singer and songwriter Lil Nas X, debuted his new single “Holiday” Nov. 13. The artist has been busy this holiday season, from dropping new music to live streaming a performance via “Roblox” Nov. 14. This seems to be an artist with the spirit of giving this holiday season.

The gay rapper’s new single “Holiday” can be heard on all major platforms such as Apple Music and Spotify. He also released a music video on his YouTube channel for his new single.

Sporting as a futuristic Santa Claus in his sci-fi toy workshop, Lil Nas X seemed to be having a good time dancing with his robot elves.

Lil Nas X also partnered with the popular game “Roblox,” in an effort to give his fans a show during the COVID-19 outbreak.  

Lil Nas X came out in 2019 and marked the date in 2020 on Twitter saying, “i have officially been gay for a year wow that was fun what should i do next!?”

Miley

                                                                                                                                                                              Photo via Miley Cyrus, Facebook.

Miley Cyrus revealed that her new album “Plastic Hearts,” will be released on Nov. 27 of this year.

Cyrus, who identifies as pansexual, is bringing the ‘80s rock star vibe back this year. “Plastic Hearts” will have features with names such as Billy Idol, Joan Jett and Stevie Nicks who appears on the remix of “Edge of Midnight.”

The tracklist for the new album can be viewed on her Twitter page, along with the cover art for the album. On the cover Cyrus can be seen covered in a bright pink filter, while sitting on an all-black couch to add strength to the color.

This will be Cyrus’ seventh studio album, with live covers from Blondie's “Heart of Glass” and the Cranberries “Zombie.”

Billboard says Nick’s and Cyrus’s voices are “a match made in heaven, as their voices blend without any significant change.”


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