Miley Cyrus has done it again! The singer-songwriter has debuted her latest single, “Flowers,” at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, making it her sixth single to reach the top of the chart.
The song, which was released on May 15, is a powerful anthem about self-love and acceptance. It was co-written by Cyrus and producers Oren Yoel and Michael Tucker, and features a soulful, gospel-tinged production.
The song’s success is especially impressive considering it was released in the middle of a global pandemic, with the majority of the music industry’s operations shut down.
Cyrus’ previous No. 1 singles include “Wrecking Ball,” “We Can’t Stop,” “Malibu,” “The Climb,” and “Party in the U.S.A.” “Flowers” is her first No. 1 single since 2017’s “Malibu.”
The singer celebrated her latest achievement on Instagram, writing, “Wow wow wow!!! I am SO honored and grateful to have ‘Flowers’ debut at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100!!! This is all for you. I love you, thank you, and I am sending all my love and light your way.”
The success of “Flowers” marks an exciting new chapter in Cyrus’ career, and it is sure to be the first of many more chart-topping singles. Congratulations to Miley Cyrus on her latest accomplishment!