Miley, Miley, Miley. It’s been about 3 years since we’ve heard from Miley Cyrus musically. At the height of “Hannah Montana” instant mega-fame, she took a well-deserved break that was probably the best for her personally and her career, because she would resurface a little older (she’ll be 21 in November) and could skip the awkward transitions that come with going from tween dream to young adult. As reports came that Cyrus was back in the studio, some eager and curious energy built as she was rumored to be working with many urban & R&B acts, like Mary J. Blige. Who knew what was coming, but it was sure to be interesting; indeed it is. “We Can’t Stop” hit the radio and internet today. The song itself has a nice flow and isn’t too overbearing on effects like most current pop tracks; it’s the lyrics that make “Stop” dismissible. The subject of often unnecessary criticism, Cyrus has been all about pushing social acceptance. “Stop” continues on that path with pro-LGBT lyrics like “It's our party, we can love who we want, we can kiss who we want….Forget the haters, 'cause somebody loves 'ya',” but such matter gets distracted from with the promotion of drug use (“We like to party, dancing with Molly…trying to get a line in the bathroom”) and girls bringing sexual attention to themselves (“To my homegirls here with the big butts, shaking it like we're at the strip club, remember only God can judge you”). The song’s purpose is counteractive to itself. Guess Miley is going to be catching more heat; this time it’s warranted. I don’t think I have to explain why glamorizing drug use and self-exploitation is a negative thing. Try again Miles.