Miley Cyrus Duets With Future In "Real and True" -- Listen!

Celebrity News Nov. 5, 2013 AT 11:15AM

Now here's a music match made in space! Miley Cyrus' latest collaboration track landed on Tuesday, Nov. 5.

The "Wrecking Ball" singer joins rapper-producer Future -- who got engaged to Ciara on Oct. 27 -- and Mr Hudson (whose vocals were featured in Jay Z's "Young Forever) in a song titled "Real and True." The track, which precedes Future's upcoming sophomore album Honest is Cyrus' second time collaborating with the hip-hop artist. (The two originally teamed up for Cyrus' "My Darlin" on her smash Bangerz album.) 

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Miley Cyrus, dressed as a naked alien covered in glitter body paint, stars in Future's new music video.
Miley Cyrus, dressed as a naked alien covered in glitter body paint, stars in Future's new music video.
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Future and Cyrus recently filmed the music video, with several preview images and shots released ahead of the video's debut. One image includes a naked Cyrus, 20, dressed as an intergalactic creature, her famous body coated in shimmery body paint. A preview trailer for the video also shows the pop star in astronaut gear.

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OF the actual video, the Atlanta-based rapper-producer told MTV News in late October, "We went into space and it's about somebody sacrificing their life for love. This video is probably one of the most special videos to me." 

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"Real and True," it turns out, is related to the rapper's journey with his fiancee Ciara: "The song is just telling people that sometimes when you get into relationships you have certain mistakes that you've made and your partner might have certain situations that they might've been in, [but it's] just putting all of your differences aside for a better cause," he said of the "Overdose" singer, 28.

The music video debuts Sunday, Nov. 10.

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