After a whole lot of hype, Miley Cyrus has finally dropped her new EP She Is Coming. It’s a hot line-up of tracks, but it became immediately clear that the one track a lot of us were itching to hear is nowhere to be seen.
She Is Coming features ‘Mother’s Daughter’, ‘Unholy’, ‘D.R.E.A.M. (feat. Ghostface Killah) – which spells out ‘drugs run everything around me’ in the lyrics, ‘Cattitude’ (feat. Ru Paul) – which features a swipe at Nicki Minaj, ‘Party Up The Street (feat. Mike WiLL Made-It’, and ‘The Most’.
What the EP does NOT contain, is ‘Bad Karma’. Miley teased a clip of this song on her Instagram Story in early May, while glammed up for the Met Gala.
‘Bad Karma’ absolutely slaps and is the perfect balance between the old Miley and the new Miley. It’s the track that we want and it’s the track that we need. Especially me, because I am already singing this chorus constantly and need more material ASAP.
— Miley Smiler News (@MileySmilerNews) May 7, 2019
I am merely one in a see of people disappointed that we’re not currently listening to ‘Bad Karma’ on repeat. Miley has gone too far this time.
Bad karma it’s not in the EP album pic.twitter.com/mWaTzURSL9
— unholy (@cherrlye) May 27, 2019
bad karma not on the ep? bye pic.twitter.com/W5VQqOleJP
— ryan (@agbinmyhead) May 30, 2019
The big question is, how long will we have to wait to hear ‘Bad Karma’? How much longer will Miley torture us? Only time will tell.