The new song “Flowers” by Miley Cyrus this week broke the record for Spotify’s most streamed song in a single week. Her record-breaking achievement was verified in a press release from her record company, and Spotify paid respect to Cyrus on Twitter by pointing out that she may purchase her own flowers.
The peppy song and accompanying music video were released on January 12. It serves as the first preview of the material that will appear on her next album, Endless Summer Vacation. Fans instantly started to believe that the song alludes to her well-publicized romance with her ex-husband, Liam Hemsworth.
Miley Cyrus Is More Streamed Than BTS as of now
The song surpassed BTS’ “Butter,” which had 99.37 million Spotify streams in its first seven days, according to Variety. It also suggests that “Flowers” will enter the Billboard Hot 100 at the top when the chart is announced on Monday.
While developing The Last Song in 2009, the pair became friends. Before becoming engaged in 2012, they went through a couple more years of being in and out of relationships. In the beginning of 2016, they reconnected and decided to rekindle their engagement after some time apart. Following that, Cyrus and Hemsworth were hitched in December 2018, separated in February 2020, and then got back together in August 2019.
There have been whispers that the relationship between Cyrus and Hemsworth may be referenced in the song and music video. Despite the rumours, Miley Cyrus’ “Flowers” has clearly made an influence on the music business based on its record-breaking streaming figures. The song is unquestionably a great hit and will undoubtedly go down in history.