Watch Miley Cyrus and The Kid LAROI’s video for new remix of ‘Without You’

The pair are set to perform the remix together on 'Saturday Night Live' next month

Miley Cyrus has hopped on a remix of The Kid LAROI‘s 2020 single ‘Without You’.

On the rework, which dropped April 30, the pop star and Australian rapper trade vocal duties on the acoustic guitar-driven song. It arrived with a music video directed by Cyrus that shows the two stars singing together beside a roaring flame, sitting on the hood of a truck and more.

Watch it below:

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Earlier this week, Cyrus revealed she would perform the song with LAROI on the May 8 episode of Saturday Night Live, which will feature her as musical guest alongside host Elon Musk.

A behind-the-scenes video Cyrus shared of the ‘Without You’ remix video shoot shows that the pair had had “life talks” about a career in music. “I think you can decide in the music business when you’re in the industry and then when you’re just creating – and those are two different things,” Cyrus told LAROI, real name Charlton Howard.

“What I got from you when we started working together is that first and foremost you’re a fucking songwriter, and not a puppet,” she added. Watch the clip below:

‘Without You’ is lifted from the deluxe or ‘savage’ version of The Kid LAROI’s debut mixtape ‘F*CK LOVE’. The TikTok-popular track is one of the rapper’s top-streaming songs to date.

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NME gave the project four stars upon its release last July, with reviewer Kyann-Sian Williams calling The Kid LAROI “proof that the next generation are ready, willing and able to bring something new to the table”.

Cyrus’ last full-length release was also in 2020: the album ‘Plastic Hearts’, which NME also rated four stars. Its singles included ‘Prisoner’ featuring Dua Lipa and ‘Midnight Sky’, which later got a mashup with Stevie Nicks’ ‘Edge of Seventeen’.

Cyrus had previously alluded to releasing more music in 2021, writing on Instagram in January: “Predicting a 2021 full of safe sex & effloresce (AND more fucking MUSIC).”

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