The most played song on Spotify is by Miley Cyrus: Flowers, a song aimed at Liam Hemsworth, which has been played more than 96 million times in just one week.

In just one week, Miley Cyrus’s diss track about Liam Hemsworth, for which a music video came out on his birthday, was the most popular song on Spotify.

Flowers, a new song by a singer who is 30 years old, was the most-played song on Spotify for a single week only seven days after it came out.

From January 13 to January 19, over 96 million people streamed on this service alone.

Miley Cyrus’s diss track about Liam Hemsworth, for which a music video came out on his birthday, went to the top of the Spotify charts in just one week.

As if that wasn’t enough, it was also the top song in the world on Spotify at that time.

It will be interesting to see where it lands on the Billboard Hot 100 chart next week since Taylor Swift’s huge hit “Anti-Hero” just spent its eighth week at No. 1.

The star released the racy music video for her new single Flowers on Thursday, which was also the 33rd birthday of her ex-husband Liam.

The pop song’s lyrics make references to her failed relationship with the Aussie hunk, including a double entendre about Miley watching her marriage and the Malibu home they once shared “burn” to the ground.

“We were right until we weren’t. We built a home and watched it burn,” she sings as she struts down a graffiti-covered bridge in a vintage YSL dress and big black sunglasses.

In November 2018, the Woolsey Fire was so bad that it completely destroyed their home. They married a month later, but they broke up in August 2019 after less than a year.

After meeting on the set of their movie, The Last Song (2010), when Miley was 17 and Liam was 19, they dated on and off for almost a decade.

Racy: The star released the racy music video for her new single Flowers last week on Thursday, which was also the 33rd birthday of her ex-husband Liam.

Exes:┬áThe pop song’s lyrics make references to her failed marriage to the Australian hottie, including a double entendre about the wildfire that burned down their Malibu home in 2018. The two were seen together in 2019.

But now Miley is the face of self-love as she sings, “I can buy myself flowers/Write my name in the sand/Talk to myself for hours/See things you don’t understand.”

The video starts with a shot of the Los Angeles skyline at dusk. The camera then moves to Miley Cyrus, wearing a gold dress with a hood and a cut-out in the middle.

Her bleach-blonde hair is hard to see during her confident strut, and her doe eyes are hidden by designer shades.

As the song goes from sad to happy, Miley rips off the hood of her dress and ties up her hair. She walks through LA’s Runyon Canyon in sky-high heels for the rest of the chorus.

Miley is a symbol of self-love as she sings, “I can buy myself flowers/write my name in the sand/talk to myself for hours/see things you don’t understand.”

She goes on: “I can dance by myself.” I can hold my own hand; yes, I can love myself more than you can; yes, I can love myself more than you can.

Miley hops up a paved road, and then the video cuts to a shot of the star in the backyard of her huge Studio City home.

She takes off her designer dress and dances in black lingerie on the lawn while sprinklers spray water on her.

The singer of the hit “Plastic Hearts” delves into her resort-style pool and swims toward the shallow end.

Her bleach-blonde hair is hard to see during her confident strut, and designer shades hide her doe eyes.

She shows up with her well-toned body spread out on the pool’s edge, giving viewers a better look at her lacy black bra and pants.

Miley’s hair is wet and brushed away from her face as she caresses her body seductively for the second verse of the song: “Paint my nails cherry red, match the roses you left, no remorse, no regret, I forget every word you said.”

It goes into the chorus with footage of Miley, still wearing her black two-piece, showing off her intense fitness routine, including battle rope exercises, resistance training, and some very suggestive hip thrusts.

In the next scene, Miley takes a hot shower with her backside out in the open.

She puts her hands up in the air and closes her eyes as the water from the shower head falls on her.

 

Miley returns in a white robe with her hair wrapped in a bath towel. She starts searching through her closet very quickly.

The wet-haired beauty decides to go shirtless under an oversized black blazer, pants, and sandals that match.

She walks calmly down a marble-floored hallway before breaking into dance in different rooms of the house, including a living room with a beautiful piano and windows that go all the way to the ceiling.

As night falls, the crazy dancing keeps going, and a variety of blue and purple mood lights light up the backyard.

Miley teases the crowd by slowly letting her blazer slide off her shoulders after taking off her top.

Miley has her hands on her hips and looks straight into the camera as the video ends. She is breathing heavily.

Flowers is the first single from Miley’s new album, Endless Summer Vacation, which will be her eighth studio album.

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