The song Miley Cyrus launched on Liam Hemsworth’s birthday, Flowers, did so well on Spotify that it became the No. 1 song globally in a week’s time on the music channel, raking in 96m plays from January 13 to January 19.
It will be noteworthy to observe the position of “Flowers” on the Billboard Hot 100 chart when it is revealed next week, as Taylor Swift’s hit single “Anti-Hero” currently holds the top spot for the eighth consecutive week.
Watch Miley singing Flowers while taking a shower.
The singer released the provocative music video for “Flowers” on Thursday, coinciding with her ex-husband Liam Hemsworth’s 33rd birthday.
The lyrics of the pop song “Flowers” allude to Miley Cyrus’s failed relationship with Liam Hemsworth.
The song includes a double entendre about Cyrus watching her marriage and the Malibu home they once shared “burn” to the ground. In the music video, Cyrus is seen strutting down a graffiti-covered bridge while singing “We were right / til we weren’t / built a home and watched it burn.”
The couple’s home was destroyed in the Woolsey Fire in November 2018, they married a month later but split after less than a year in August 2019.
The pair had an on-again, off-again relationship for nearly a decade after meeting on the set of the movie “The Last Song” in 2010.”
Cyrus is known for penning songs that make history after her breakups and this one is no different. It has entered the legend of songs that tells the story of a breakup and raked millions in plays.
The 2013 single “Wrecking Ball” has long been thought to be about her breakup with Liam. After breaking off their engagement, she stopped following her fiance on social media in September of that same year.
Shortly after their divorce, Miley wept while performing the song at the iHeartRadio Music Festival.
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