The video, which was released on Monday morning, has already been watched more than 12,233,858 times on YouTube and is being shared on social media all around the world.
In the video that lasts for four minutes, the Hannah Montana star has barely left anything for viewers' imagination after swinging naked on a Wrecking Ball. In the video, Cyrus is also seen tearing up in a couple of scenes while clothed in white.
Making the latest video from the teen sensation more controversial is the fact that it has been directed by fashion photographer Terry Richardson, best known for his eyebrow raising editorials.
Richardson has also been accused by many a model of touching them in a wrong manner during the shoots. However, the 48-year-old had vehemently denied all allegations.
Cyrus's latest track is from her upcoming album, "BANGERZ." It is her fourth studio album ever since she entered the music industry with hits like The Climb and Party in the U.S.A.
"I feel like I can really be myself," Cyrus told Billboards about the album. "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."
Her We Can't Stop itself was a subject of controversy for its lyrics and video which showed a once family friendly star showing off her twerking moves.
Cyrus has been on fire ever since her MTV VMA awards performance where she left hundreds of families shocked as she slipped into a flesh-toned plastic bikini during the performance.
After the VMA performance, in an interview with the Sunday People, Cyrus had admitted she is ''messed up.''
''I'm messed up ... I have so many f***ing issues. 'I am so f***ed up - everyone does dumb stuff when they are messed up", she had said.