Unfortunately we do not have a request site for Miley, but I hope you all know that air play counts towards Billboard Hot 100 & others. So request Miley’s We Can’t Stop daily using www.mileycyrus.bz‘s request page: www.mileycyrus.bz/request It would mean the world to us and I’m pretty sure to Miley too, if you requested WCS everyday on mediabase! Thank you & also thanks to MileyCyrus.bz!
Miley performed yesterday on GMA, her single We Can’t Stop and her track with Will.I.Am, Fall Down! I love her outfit <3
All talks of his feud with Gucci Mane aside, Waka Flocka Flame is still making moves. He was in New York City this week for a round of interviews, where he spoke on everything from his next album Flockavelli 2 to two more mixtapes coming this summer. But, the most intriguing information was Waka sharing his affection for hip-hop’s girl-of-the-moment, Miley Cyrus.
During his sitdown with Pigeons & Planes, the BSM leader opened up about his crush on Miley. There are a couple of gems here, like him wanting to do a record with her. He also shared his thoughts on Miley’s viral twerking video, and even gets surprised about hearing her engagement with an Australian actor. Read an excerpt below and check out the full interview over here.
Okay, now I want to ask you about Miley Cyrus.
Yeah, she’s fucking sexy.
Yeah she is. You like her new haircut? I love her haircut.
I like her haircut.
Okay so have you guys met? What’s going on? Are you on her album?
I’m not going to lie, I bummed a guest seat from Russell Simmons to go to her party. I got like a real slick crush on her. I went to the party, she didn’t even know it. I walked right by here, she didn’t even know it. As soon as she walked in the door I walked right fucking by her, she didn’t even know. I didn’t say shit. I haven’t met her in real life. I will introduce myself. I want to get a record with her. I got a sick, sick, sick record. Let me see if I got it. I got something I’d like to write for her, give her a feel for it just to write. [Plays song] I already got my verse for it, I created the song, it’s called “Shots.” I got to pitch it, damn she might want to do it for her album! That’d be awesome. I’m going to do a record with her guaranteed. We’re gonna take steps.
What about that video of her twerking? It was like all over the Internet…
Man, that shit is so sexy. It’s like, it’s not slutty, it’s not raunchy. Her body is fully covered, that’s what made it so sexy. Like what the fuck is behind the bunny suit? [Interviewer clarifies that Miley said it’s a unicorn suit] Unicorn suit! What the fuck is behind the unicorn suit? You know what I’m saying? It’s just cute.
She’s engaged though you know.
Word? To who?
Liam Hemsworth, he’s an Australian actor. I don’t know. Rumors are saying they’re breaking up, but they’ve been together for a long time.
Oh. Man. I didn’t even know that.
Don’t you know? We’ll get TWO new songs Miley’s featured in this April. Yes, it’s confirmed! One is called Fall Down – Will.I.Am ft Miley and the other one is called Ashtrays And Heartbreaks – Snoop Dogg ft Miley!
GET ready to promote them and buy them on iTunes! Spread the word on Twitter & Facebook!
PS: sorry for the lack of updates but we’re really busy. We’ll update the missing news as soon as we’re able!
Judging from Miley Cyrus‘ vast and varied musical influences in recent memory, we imagine her upcoming fourth album will cover a myriad of genres, from hip-hop and R&B to dubstep and everything in between.
It’s been well-publicized that Cyrus is working closely Pharrell Williams for her 2013 release. She also hit the studio with Meek Mill and Tyler, the Creator, and subsequently gave the heave-ho to any shred left of her Hannah Montana alter ego.
So what exactly will this album sound like? Miley confirmed all the beats (so far) are hip-hop influenced with a heavy-handed, dirty-South vibe. Pharrell Williams said the album’s “nowhere near what it is that you think.”
Other collaborators include Flippa and Pop Wansel, who have previously worked with big names like Rihanna, Wiz Khalifa, and Alicia Keys. At this moment in time, Cyrus’ list of collaborators is giving us more questions than answers — the biggest one: will Miley rap?
Finally, Cyrus also posted a very cryptic tweet that read, “I’m ready when @1tiffanyfoxx & @LilKim are.” A Miley and Lil Kim collabo? Go on ladies…we’re listening.
Yesterday, MiFans (part of www.MileyCyrus.com) sent all members a new message about buying the Miley Cyrus hoodie. The E-mail included something about Miley’s new music. They said that the countdown for Miley’s new album is on and there will be an amazing music section www.MileyCyrus.com!
Check out the e-mail below:
As a Christmas gift, Miley released a new backyard session. The last one is series, Jolene! It got so many good reviews from MTV and others + so many positive comments even from non-fans!
Check out Miley singing “Jolene”!
The star of So Undercover talks music, changing hairstyles and ridiculous rumours…
Your new platinum-blonde crop has caused a sensation – did you expect it to get such a strong reaction?
“I knew there would be one, ’cause from the beginning of time, any woman considered hot has had long hair. And I think that is so off because if someone has the confidence to cut their hair, that automatically makes them more relatable because they’re not shy, they have a sense of who they are. Also, I feel like people can look at me and know me better and get a sense of who I am, rather than when I had my long hair. I didn’t represent who I was in any way. I wore it up in a bun all day because I didn’t know what else to do with it. And then it just looked like I didn’t care for myself or put time into what I wanted to look like.”
How did your fiance react?
“Liam [Hemsworth] has actually been the best, because you hear your whole life about how women are supposed to have long, glorious hair. And every movie you see where it’s the hot dream girl, she has long hair. Maybe it’s old Hollywood, maybe that’s it. But now it’s such a different look and so much better to see someone’s face. And it takes courage to do it. It’s not scary, but it’s definitely an adrenaline rush when they’re taking the scissors to the hair. It takes a long time to grow back. I think that’s the scary part – growing it out, not when you cut it. Mine may never come back!”
Are you focusing on your music at the moment?
“My next record is basically done – we’re just trying to figure out the single. I want my single to be what’s going to represent the whole record, rather than what’s gonna be a hit for two weeks. I really want it to be something I can be proud of.”
Tell us about the video you shot for Decisions, your track with Borgore – it has you snogging Liam who’s dressed up as a unicorn!
“He didn’t want to just be in a video partying. So I said, ‘Wear a disguise! Be a unicorn and make out with me.’ It was very weird kissing a unicorn. My tongue was just going into a plastic unicorn [mask] all night! We didn’t have any extras, all the people in the club were our friends, and worked for beer and pizza and cake! It was like being at a party.”
Is it nice to have an international fan base?
“It is, because I feel like people in Europe know who I am and [that I'm] not the typical American, keeping everything bottled up. My favourite place to perform is London. I can be who I am and the fashion is more me. And the British understood the new hairstyle before anyone else!”
What was the first album that you bought, and who were your idols as a little ‘un?
“I went and got the two most random CDs. The first time I went, I went with my older sister and older brother. I got Britney Spears with my older sister, ’cause that was cool for her. And I was so excited [when I went with my brother], to get a Blink 182 record with a Parental Advisory sticker. I thought I was so badass going to school with my explicit record – ha!”
Is it fair to say you knew from a young age that you marched to your own tune?
“Yeah, my mom says she would hear me talking to myself in my room. And I wasn’t talking to myself, I was writing songs. But she’d think I was being a creep! But I was writing poetry or something. I knew I was different.”
What’s the most ridiculous thing you’ve heard about yourself?
“I die every week! I wake up and my mom is like, “I’m so sick of this!” It really freaks my mom out when people text her and don’t put in context what they read. They’ll just say, “Is Miley OK? We read blah blah blah…” And then she’s a nervous wreck. When I was 15, I must’ve been pregnant eight times. I should have 27 children right now from every story that’s been out there. I’m either pregnant or dead every week or else I’m breaking up with my boyfriend, which is so weird.”
Do you have a guilty pleasure?
“Candy! And I just started watching all these health food documentaries so I’m trying to wean myself off it. There’s now a Kit Kat and Reese’s [peanut butter sweet] mix that’s so bad for you and I can’t stop eating them. Liam has a really bad sweet tooth too, so that doesn’t help.”
What’s the strangest bit of mail you’ve ever received?
“I got this really weird message the other day. It was delivered to my house. I get really excited when I get mail, so I ran down, shouting, ‘I got mail!’ And it was someone that I didn’t know that just sent me photos of myself, saying, ‘We thought you looked really good in these photos, thought you might want them.’ They didn’t want me to sign them or anything, they just wanted to give me photos of myself. I was like, ‘I have plenty!’ It was the weirdest thing. And then they sent me a photo of my own dog and said, ‘Doesn’t this just look like your dog, Ziggy?’ I know what my dog looks like! So strange.’
Did shooting So Undercover, about a young private detective who goes to live in a sorority house, leave you with any regrets that you didn’t go to college?
“I’m definitely happy I was never in a sorority, because that was a lot of energy and a lot of girls. Because the girls in the movie are real sorority girls. So this was legit crazy New Orleans sorority girl time! It was actually so fun, ’cause even though I was in it, I didn’t have to live in it, as I got to go back to my room and do my thing. That’s what I couldn’t handle, not having my own space, ’cause everyone bunks together. The hanging out and sense of family, though? I wish I’d had that. Or a girl roommate, but I don’t think it would’ve ended well. I’d be throwing things!”
You effectively play two characters – the detective, Molly, and Brook, the sorority girl she becomes for her undercover job. Which of them did you identify with more?
“Definitely Molly, ’cause how she was reacted was how I felt about sororities before I started doing the film. I thought it was a bunch of girls running around giggling, and it sounded like a nightmare. But I discovered how intelligent these girls really are. And they bond they have. We asked them what was their least favourite thing about sorority movies and they said, “We’re not stupid, we’re all in college!” So we tried to show the heart of the relationship with the girls.”