Miley Cyrus and Dua Lipa just released the music video for their new song, Prisoner, and the artists revealed that they absolutely loved working together to create such a unique video. In just a few days, Prisoner has made it to the top 20 songs on iTunes, currently sitting at number 12.
"What I love about Prisoner, I mean, I think it's also coming at a perfect time for everybody," said Cyrus. "I mean, in a way... We're just trapped in our emotions right now." Miley also revealed that "For her and I, there's just no competition. That changes just everything. There's a true partnership."
"We just waited until we felt like, 'Now this is Dua-Miley song. You can just, everything about it reflects us,'" Cyrus continued. She explained that the song reflects on being in quarantine, something we can all relate to, and at the end of the song, Cyrus and Lipa sent a little message to their exes, saying, "In loving memory of all my exes: Eat sh**."
The video shows Cyrus and Lipa driving around on a tour bus as rockstars before putting on a dramatic and emotional performance together. The artists give people an idea of what it's like to feel trapped in a relationship they're looking to get out of.
"Big love to the whole gang who helped put this together directed by Alana O'Herlihy + Miley," Lipa tweeted. Prisoner is a part of Miley's latest album, Plastic Hearts, which will be released on November 27th. Some other tracks in the album feature Billy Idol and Joan Jett.
Fans loved the song's lyrics, but what they loved even more was the music video. "They're damn good together," one viewer shared. "This new @dualipa @mileycyrus video has me feeling some type of way," another fan commented.