Miley Cyrus is fresh from the release of her new album Younger Now, which arrived last Friday. To promote the record, she will be an extra-special guest on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon every day of the week. And she's kicking things off in a big way; namely, by delivering a strange cover of Cardi B's hit single "Bodak Yellow." Watch it above.

The cover came courtesy of a round of 'Musical Genre Challenge.' During one of the rounds, Miley is tasked with coming up with a 'pop' version of the rap song currently dominating the airwaves. The result is entertaining, to say the least.

On a more somber note, Miley opened last night's episode with a moving tribute to the victims of the Las Vegas attack with Adam Sandler. Watch their performance below.

Curious about just what a 'bodak yellow' is? Check out our guide to the song and what's next for Cardi B right here.

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