Is Miley Cyrus' 'Hands of Love' Another 'Wrecking Ball'? Plus More of the Week's Best and Worst Singles
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Will Smith has an unlikely vehicle for his music comeback: rapping bilingually on this thumping electro-cumbia mix from Colombian duo Bomba Estereo. His first on-wax rap in a decade is the weakest part of a great song, but should help give it a much-deserved crossover look. -- Leila Cobo
"Hands of Love"
It’s not clear if this song from Freeheld, the new film about a gay cancer patient’s fight to pass on her pension to her partner, was made after Dead Petz, Cyrus’ panned middle finger to pop. Either way, it comes off like a mea culpa: Penned by Linda Perry and sung beautifully, it’s “Wrecking Ball” with even more adult contemporary sheen. -- Alex Gale
The latest stop en route to Panic’s fifth studio album, “Victorious” is a manic quest to squeeze as many buildups, breakdowns and Icona Pop-style chants into a jock jam for the latter-day Fall Out Boy set. It’s standard stuff for network TV sports bumpers, but downright exhausting as a stand-alone. -- Chris Payne
Listen to Miley Cyrus, Bomba Estereo with Will Smith, Panic! At The Disco and more artists featured in this week's issue of Billboard below
This article originally appeared in the Oct. 17 issue of Billboard.