Miley Cyrus is showing love for the LGBTQ community this month with a new release!
The proud supporter of gay and transgender rights dropped her latest single, “Inspired”, on Friday, in celebration of Pride month.
“Inspired” is “a song for #hopefulhippies everywhere with a vision of unity that overcomes division as well as a passionate call-to-action for young people to engage in their communities and help create social change,” a statement said.
Those who watched the “One Love Manchester” benefit this past Sunday heard Cyrus perform the moving ballad. The 24-year-old star recorded the country-tinged single in her hometown of Nashville, Tennessee.
In honour of its release, Cyrus will also be making a donation to the Happy Hippie Foundation — the non-profit she founded in 2014 to help homeless and LGBTQ youth. “I will be donating my portion of any proceeds to @happyhippiefdn to continue our fight against injustice and bring food, shelter and most importantly hope to homeless youth everywhere!” she wrote on Instagram.
SURPRISE! 💙❤️💛💜💚 In celebration of #Pride and the desperate cry for more love in this world #Inspired is OUT NOW on iTunes , Spotify , Google Play & Amazon Music!!!! I will be donating my portion of any proceeds to @happyhippiefdn so we can continue our fight against injustice and bring food, shelter and most importantly hope to homeless youth everywhere! 📸 by @liamhemsworth
Cyrus’s next appearance takes place at iHeart Media’s iHeartSummer ’17 Weekend on June 10.