​Miley Cyrus Monokini Photo Does Little For Album Release​​

Miley Cyrus is hoping to make good on a new album with a track that’s already been released, and the single cover photo shows her wearing a black monokini, which does little to conceal her figure.

The singer appears to have taken fashion inspiration from Sacha Baron Cohen’s famous character Borat, who made the “mankini” famous, in the black one-piece.

The incredibly thin straps of the swimsuit mean that her cleavage is barely maintained, with her various tattoos displayed in the ensemble.

Cyrus teams the black swimsuit with an array of gold chains and necklaces, with her peroxide blonde hair swept into a punk-style quiff.

Earlier this month, Cyrus told Billboard magazine that she was “so excited” about the soon-to-be released album - her first release with her new label RCA Records. Cyrus explained that she believes she has grown as a singer and a songwriter.

“I feel like I can really be myself,” she said. “I really have more of a connection of who I am, and I feel like I can maybe express that more in my music now.”

Of the recording process Cyrus added, “Me and Mike-WiLL [Made-It] teamed up, and it really just turned out to be perfect and exactly what I wanted, and exactly what I wanted my first sound to be, and my first look to be.”

Cryus’ “We Can’t Stop,” produced by Mike WiLL Made-It, debuted on Ryan Seacrest’s syndicated radio show in Los Angeles.