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Pop-star and teen idol Miley Cyrus plans to reflect her age and musical growth in her first album not backed by Disney, featuring a variety of hip-hop collaborations.
As we reported earlier this month, Miley Cyrus recently signed a contract with RCA Records and is slated to release the follow-up to 2010’s “Can’t Be Tamed” album at some point in 2013.
According to MTV Cyrus has recruited some of the top names in hip-hop to team up with her for the project, including Pharrell, Mac Miller, and Tyler the Creator. Additionally, she and Mary J. Blige co-wrote one of the tracks.
Marcos “Kosine” Palacios of Da Internz, one of the producers of her latest venture, was shocked at her “crazy voice” and “explicit” content.
Ernest “Tuo” Clark of Da Internz expects the same reaction from the public upon hearing her new songs. He described her new sound to MTV as “nothing that’s mocked. She’s not trying to be like another actress out there. She’s just having fun on her records.”
Late last year, Cyrus promised MTV that her new album will be, “the biggest record I’ve ever had.”
“Dayum this record is getting crazy. Can’t sleep,” she tweeted in anticipation.