Miley Cyrus Teases New Music, Announces ‘Flowers’ Single – Vulture

Forget fireworks, Miley Cyrus is ringing in 2023 with flowers. At midnight during Miley’s New Year’s Eve Party with her godmother Dolly Parton, Cyrus announced that her new single, “Flowers,” will be out on January 13. Two teasers show the singer strutting to a short preview of the song. “I can love me better, baby,” she promises in the first clip, which shows her heading up a hill in sunglasses. In the second clip, she dons a black bikini and heads through some large sprinklers. Both videos cut to black to reveal the tagline “New Year, New Miley, New Single.” Coincidentally, the release date is the same day as her ex Liam Hemsworth’s birthday. The news of Cyrus’ comeback comes after fans spotted posters in New York City teasing a potential new release from the star. Decked out in big sunglasses, blonde hair, and red lips, Cyrus appeared on several posters alongside different phrases marking her independence: “I can take myself dancing,” “I can love me better than you can,” “I can buy myself flowers,” etc. She also made it clear that something was coming by placing a countdown to about an hour before midnight on her website. It looks like we might be getting something else, because the site is now counting down to January 5. Just how much New Miley will the New Year bring?




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Google AI Tool Creates Music from Written Descriptions – VOA Learning English

This week, Google researchers published a paper describing results from an artificial intelligence (AI) tool built to create music.

The tool, called MusicLM, is not the first AI music tool to launch. But the examples Google provides demonstrate musical creative ability based on a limited set of descriptive words.

AI shows how complex computer systems have been trained to behave in human-like ways.

Tools like ChatGPT can quickly produce, or generate, written documents that compare well with the work by humans. ChatGPT and similar systems require powerful computers to operate complex machine-learning models. The San Francisco-based company OpenAI launched ChatGPT late…….


Bringing music to the masses… on a tram – BBC

French pianists, Hervé Billaut and Guillaume Coppola, brought a piano on to a tram in Nantes, as part of the opening of the annual La Folle Journée classical music festival.

They played to passengers all afternoon on Wednesday.

Mr Billaut said that they wanted to bring music to places you don’t expect it: “Perhaps someone, a child, a young person or a pensioner will have a musical shock.”