Miley Cyrus’ new song “Flowers” topped the Billboard Hot 100 music chart. The last time the singer managed to top the charts was ten years ago, in 2013, with the song “Wrecking Ball.” Variety writes about it.
It was also the first time in a 17-year career that Cyrus’s single had debuted at the top. For example, “Wrecking Ball”, which is considered one of her most popular songs, debuted at number 50 and climbed to number one for three weeks.
“Flowers” appears on Cyrus’ next album, Endless Summer Vacation. Its premiere will take place on March 10.
“This song is dedicated to my fans and the unwavering self-love I wish for each of you,” Cyrus wrote in a Twitter post.
Spotify previously reported that Miley Cyrus’ “Flowers” has set a new record for most streams in a single week. Since its premiere on January 12, the single has received 101,838,799 views.