Although she is presenting a much calmer, far more cleaned-up persona with the rollout for her upcoming album Younger Now, that doesn't mean that Miley Cyrus has definitively put her days as a wild child behind her. Need proof? Look no further than the cover to a new book of work from infamous photographer David LaChapelle, which finds Miley recreated as a nude rainbow fairy on the front, and a nude jail-cell occupant on the back. See both below, but warning: they are slightly NSFW.

LaChapelle's new book, titled Lost + Found, is being released by Taschen, and is the first printed collection of the artist's work in over ten years. Aside from Miley, it will feature never-before-seen portraits of mega-celebrities like David Bowie, Kanye West, Lady Gaga, Pharrell Williams, Hillary Clinton and more. Lost + Found is due out in November, visit Taschen for more details.

Miley, meanwhile, is gearing up for the release of Younger Now, her sixth studio album out next week, September 29. Revisit the video for the title track below.

In other music news, CupcakKe has shared a blistering new track titled "Exit." Listen to it right here.

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