Miley Cyrus is one of the richest singers in the world with an estimated net worth of $60 million. Considering her young age, it is quite an achievement. This fortune is not made overnight nor does a teenage star manage to stay relevant for more than 15 years just like that. So today we want to have the conversation about why Miley Cyrus is brilliant but underrated.
Since 2006 we have known this 27-year-old singer and actress.
Underneath Hannah Montana's blonde wig and her true Miley Stewart identity, this talented girl managed to make the world fall in love.
Of course, in those moments she followed the instructions of the Disney Channel, with an infallible formula for success.
Once free of her blonde wig, Miley saw herself alone before the world.
What did she do? Breaking with all of the above and assembling a new identity that would later take her to the top of the world charts.
It all started in 2009 with “Party In The USA” a catchy and innocent song with a typical video of a 15-year-old girl. Little by little Cyrus was finding her personality and certainly many did not like it.
Yet millions loved her radical makeover.
Short and platinum hair, changed her image completely.
Not only that but the irreverence and rebellion that she began to show in 2013 with her studio album Bangerz and her totally incredible and tiny outfits.
It is no coincidence that Miley likes being in the eye of the hurricane so much and neither are her outfits. Everything is a strategy to always be on everyone's lips.
Just like the artist's style changes between album and album.
First Country, then pure Pop later in 2017 with Younger Now he returned to Country, in 2020 the singer throws herself into rock and roll and the fans go crazy.
This girl has everything to be the greatest artist of all time, and yet she is ignored by the award's industry.
Without going any further, she is not even nominated for the 2020 American Music Awards.
Her upcoming album Plastic Hearts is one of the best-selling albums of the year and it has not even been released yet.
So we wonder, and we ask you, why do you think Miley Cyrus is not treated by musical institutions as the super artist that she is?