Who hasn't dreamed of being able to meet their childhood idols? Miley Cyrus has not only done it but also managed to convince everyone to join her in her musical work. Today we want to review the different collaborations that Miley has made with great exponents of the history of music. Keep reading to find out more.
Doing projects together with her favorite artists is something Smiley loves.
In fact, in each of her most representative albums of different musical genres, the “Midnight Sky” singer has managed to collaborate with her idols.
Let's review the different eras of Miley and the artists who accompanied her.
In her great Pop album, Bangerz from 2013, Miley not only established herself as an exponent of the genre but also marked the end of the Hannah Montana era to become the always interesting Miley Cyrus.
Of course, the Pop Princess could not be absent from Bangerz.
So the 27-year-old singer got in touch with Britney Spears and together they made the song "SMS (Bargerz)".
Cyrus has been a huge Britney fan since she was 8 years old.
In fact, in her 2020 backyard sessions, the artist covered Gimme More, by Spears.
When we say country music we immediately think of whom? Dolly Parton, of course.
The iconic singer is not only a role model for Miley but also her godmother.
It was to be expected that for his most representative album of this genre, “Younger Now” from 2017, the artist would call Dolly to lend him her talent on the song “Rainbow Land”.
This year we will also be able to listen to them together in the Christmas album “A Holly Dolly Christmas”.
Plastic Hearts is going to mark a musical genre change for this versatile artist.
It is official that this album is pure rock and roll. Just by seeing the haircut of the singer of “We Can't Stop” we realize that she is at that stage of her life.
Collaborators like Billy Idol, Joan Jett and Stevie Nicks have come to give the thumbs up to Miley Cyrus' mullet. On November 27 we can finally enjoy Plastic Hearts that promises to be a great worldwide success.