The hype that has surrounded Miley Cyrus’ move to urban music has been both lengthy and trying. After months of speculation, the official first single from her fourth studio album due in early fall “We Can’t Stop” hit Itunes early last week. As a whole, “Stop” is a lot of musical influences to take in, and I’m glad that it’s not something that everyone will bump to. The biggest disclaimer about Miley’s hip-hop debut is that “Stop” is indeed yet another #rihannathrowaway that the Bajan star should’ve kept for herself. It’s the type of song that may alienate fans of her “The Climb” and “Can’t Be Tamed” days, but it’s great enough to reel a few replacements in easily (and successfully piss off FOX News). Produced by over-sought hip-hop producer Mike Will Made It (Ciara’s “Body Party”, Kelly Rowland’s “Kisses Down Low”, Rihanna’s “Pour It Up”), “Stop” is the typical #imgrown transitional pop-to-adult song. With any artist’s coming of age is the notion of rebellion, but Miley takes it a bit further with lines like “dancing with molly” and “trying to get a line in the bathroom”. It seems as if the only thing Miley really jacked from Riri is her heavy drug usage. Multiple unnecessary cliches aside, “Stop” is a decent comeback effort for Miley that showcases the artist (and woman) that she’s finally becoming post-Disney. Listen and download Miley Cyrus’ “We Can’t Stop” below.