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Miley Cyrus has proven herself to be adept at covering classic rock songs throughout her career. UltimateClassicRock.com recently outlined 24 of the best. Check them out below!
Most of the videos you’ll see come from live performances – sometimes her own shows and others when she’s sitting in with friends, including some high-profile TV appearances. But there are also a handful of times where Cyrus recorded classic songs in the studio. Hear how she’s interpreted songs by such diverse artists as the Beatles, Metallica, Fleetwood Mac, Joan Jett, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd and more below.
On Sunday (5th July), Miley Cyrus posted a new video on her TikTok profile of herself and boyfriend Cody Simpson. In the video, Miley & Cody performed a routine together to C+C Music Factory’s 1990 song, Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now).
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JoJo Siwa, unveiled her new hair style on TikTok last Friday, and the sound she included to accompany her video also had fans talking.
The video included a “short snippet” of Miley Cyrus’s 2010 hit single “Can’t Be Tamed”. JoJo is a known massive Miley fan! We’ve seen Miley’s music appearing in JoJo’s TikTok video’s prior to this one, and JoJo also shared back in March that she met Miley and it was the “Best Day of My [JoJo’s] Life”.
On Friday, JoJo unveiled her new look on TikTok, and the music that she chose to accompany her video had some of her fans all abuzz. JoJo’s upload included a short snippet of the 2010 Miley Cyrus song “Can’t Be Tamed.” The tune marked the start of a new musical era for Miley, who had spent most of her teenage years playing a pop star on the family-friendly Disney Channel series Hannah Montana.
JoJo’s TikTok video began with a shot of the 17-year-old pop star rocking the sparkly and colorful look that her fans are accustomed to seeing. Her hair was slicked up in a high ponytail with a bedazzled bow. She wore a pale purple sequin top, a pink corduroy jacket, and a pair of black polka-dot pants with glitter stripes down the sides.
JoJo mouthed along with the audio of the Miley song as she smiled and pointed at the camera, and she then spun around. The video was edited to make it look like her hair color suddenly changed from blond to brunette, while her outfit remained the same.
Miley Cyrus performs “Help!” during Global Goal: Unite for Our Future on June 27.
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Miley Cyrus took part during Global Citizen’s ‘Global Goal: Unite For Our Future’ the summit!
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Miley Cyrus unleashed Can’t Be Tamed on this day (June 18) in 2010. With raunchy — by Disney’s standards — bangers, outspoken lyrics and club beats, it was the first step towards burying Hannah Montana. RIP. The era got off to a flying start with the title track, which duly cracked the top 10, but the album failed to produce further hits. Yes, it’s hard to believe that iconic bops like “Who Owns My Heart,” “Liberty Walk” and “Permanent December” didn’t slay the charts. And I haven’t even reached the album’s true highlight yet.
Can’t Be Tamed was essentially split in half. Rock Mafia produced the first six tracks, while John Shanks tackled the last six. Which resulted in an opus front-loaded with then-hot electro-pop, followed by tracks with a little more introspection. (Shanks single-handedly crafted the guitar-pop sound of the mid-’00s with cuts on Kelly Clarkson’sBreakaway, Ashlee Simpson’sAutobiography and Hilary Duff’s self-titled album). The best song they conjured together was the anthemic “My Heart Beats For Love.”
“I’m calling out, can you hear my voice? I’m gonna find you through all the noise,” Miley begins the rousing tune over a church organ and strummed guitar. “You know there’s nothing that I wouldn’t do, shine your light as I reach for you.” That takes us to the genuinely lovely chorus. “My heart beats for love, my heart beats for love,” the Bangerz legend croons. “It’s the sound that I hear, tells me not to give up.” Think of this as an early indication of the pop star’s vocal prowess and affinity with country-adjacent sounds.
Impressively, “My Heart Beats For You” also doubles as a Pride anthem. “I wrote [the song] for my best friend… who is gay,” Miley told an interviewer in 2010. “I wrote it for him and about how people can be very judgmental. So I think love is kinda like the, you know, morals that I have that I put into my songs, and I think that’s really important. Telling people not to discriminate, and not to judge, and to just be open to the world.” Bow down to a true ally and revisit the lost hit that is “My Heart Beats For Love” below.
LiveNation recently uploaded an “Artist Journey” video for Miley Cyrus.
After transitioning from Hannah Montana to Miley Cyrus in 2007 during her debut tour, Miley launched her musical career as a pop-rock goddess. She set out on 4 more concert tours over the years and has headlined several festivals around the globe. In 2019, she headlined both Primavera and Glastonbury. Miley Cyrus has played over 350 concerts across 5 tours around the world.
For about two months while quarantining together in Los Angeles, Cody Simpson and Miley Cyrus were watching RuPaul’s Drag Race every week.
“Basically because Miley’s such a huge fan of it, and it got me into it,” Simpson explains to BAZAAR.com. The 23-year-old singer appreciated the art form, but he was a newbie to the hit reality series. “I liked the culture. I liked the way it’s been incorporated also into music and art, and specifically into rock music. I hadn’t really seen a full episode of RuPaul, so I got into watching it every Friday.”
Then one night, he decided to try a bit of drag himself. “Miley was organizing her makeup in the bathroom, and I come in, and I’m looking at the lipsticks and things. And I asked her to make me up. I thought it’d be fun,” he recalls. “It kind of turned into her fully doing me up, and I really enjoyed it. I really liked the experience, and that’s when we first started talking about, ‘Let’s do this, let’s incorporate this into an actual visual, into a music video.’”
And that they did. The couple collaborated on the video for Simpson’s new song, “Captain’s Dance with the Devil,” in which the singer cycles through a number of campy, avant-garde ensembles, from a sailor’s costume to a pair of leather pants (and nothing else) to fishnet tights, a red lip, and an assortment of jewels.
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