The couple also mixed in a short performance of their new single, "# Nothing Breaks Like A Heart"
During Miley Cyrus' Glastonbury set, the singer presented a cover of "Any Black" by Amy Winehouse with the recent collaborator Mark Ronson.
Arriving at the afternoon afternoon's legend of Kylie Minogue, where the Australian pop star pulled out Nick Cave and Chris Martin, Cyrus was first joined by Mark Ronson.
Cyrus and Ronson collaborated on a cover of Back To Black & # 39; Amy Winehouse, a song that Ronson originally produced in 2007. With Ronson behind a white piano, Cyrus delivered his own prey to the precious British success. . The couple also mixed in a brief performance of their new single, "Nothing Breaks Like A Heart".
Watch a clip of the couple that appears below:
Last week, Miley Cyrus shared a fragment of a new collaboration with Ariana Grande and Lana Del Rey for the new "Charlie's Angels" movie.
Provoking a new song for the movie, Cyrus took Twitter to publish a fragment of his collaboration with Grande and Del Rey. The legend read: "WE ARE SELLING! @CharliesAngels @ArianaGrande @LanaDelRey."
Meanwhile, Miley Cyrus has apologized for previous controversial comments he made about the lyrics of hip-hop.
In 2017, the singer and actor caused a great uproar with the comments he made about the genre when expressing it as for "Humble" by Kendrick Lamar.