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Nothing to Lose (Bret Michaels song)

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Nothing to Lose (Bret Michaels song)

"Nothing to Lose" is a song written by Bret Michaels, and was recorded by Michaels as the first single for his solo album, Custom Built. The song was originally recorded by Michaels himself, however, he was working with Miley Cyrus who asked to sing on the track with him.[1] Miley Cyrus covered the hit Poison ballad "Every Rose Has Its Thorn" with Michaels for her album Can't Be Tamed and then became involved on Bret's new single. "Nothing to Lose" was the most added song to radio the week of its release, topping both Bon Jovi and Nickelback.[2] Background and composition "Nothing to Lose" is a country rock ballad, backed mostly by acoustic guitar. The narrator describes a slow-churning declaration of codependence. "Nothing To Lose" features five recorded versions of the song; solo, solo acoustic, featuring Miley Cyrus, acoustic featuring Miley Cyrus and a country version also featuring the multi-platinum artist. Reception Blake Boldt of Engine 145 gave the song a "thumbs down" review. He said that Michae

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On My Own (Miley Cyrus song)

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On My Own (Miley Cyrus song)

Bangerz is the fourth studio album by American singer Miley Cyrus. It was released on October 4, 2013, by RCA Records. It is her first studio album in three years after Can't Be Tamed. Opting to re-establish her music career instead of focusing on her film career as originally planned, Cyrus began planning the project in late 2012. Work continued into 2013 when she joined RCA Records. Described by Cyrus as "dirty south hip-hop", Bangerz represents a musical departure from her earlier work, which she had grown to feel "disconnected" from. As executive producers, Cyrus and Mike Will Made It collaborated with hip hop producers including Cirkut, Pharrell Williams, and will.i.am to achieve Cyrus' desired new sound. Their efforts resulted in a primarily pop and R&B record, with lyrical themes that revolve largely around romance. It features guest vocals from several new partners, including pop singer Britney Spears and rappers French Montana, Future, Ludacris, and Nelly. Bangerz received mixed to positive rev

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Party in the U.S.A.

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Party in the U.S.A.

"Party in the U.S.A." is a song by American singer Miley Cyrus for her first extended play (EP) The Time of Our Lives (2009). It was released on August 11, 2009, by Hollywood Records as the lead single from the project. The song was written and produced by Dr. Luke, with additional songwriting provided by Jessie J and Claude Kelly. "Party in the U.S.A." was originally intended for Jessie J, but after deciding it was not edgy enough for her, they passed it to Cyrus and adjusted the lyrics to fit her persona. Not completely identifying with "Party in the U.S.A.", Cyrus chose it for The Time of Our Lives partially due to a need for tracks. The song is a pop song, while the lyrics reflect her relocating from Nashville, Tennessee, to Hollywood, California. This is one of four collaborations between Cyrus and Dr. Luke, with EP title track "The Time of Our Lives", will.i.am's "Fall Down" and "Wrecking Ball" following in 2013. In the United States, the song peaked at number two on the Billboard Hot 100. The song was

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Part of Your World

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Part of Your World

"Part of Your World" is a song written by lyricist Howard Ashman and composer Alan Menken for Disney's animated feature film The Little Mermaid (1989). Performed by American actress and singer Jodi Benson in the titular role as Ariel, a mermaid princess, "Part of Your World" is a power ballad in which the main character expresses her strong desire to become human; its lyrics use placeholder names in lieu of several human-related terms that would be unfamiliar to a mermaid. The film's theme song, "Part of Your World" is reprised by Ariel after she rescues Eric, a human prince with whom she has fallen in love, from drowning. Directly influenced by Broadway and musical theatre, Ashman strongly believed that The Little Mermaid would benefit from an "I Want" song – a musical number during which the main character sings about what they hope to accomplish by the end of their story. Directors Ron Clements and John Musker originally asked Ashman to write a song for Ariel in which she expresses her romantic feelings f

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Ready, Set, Don't Go

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Ready, Set, Don't Go

"Ready, Set, Don't Go" is a country song performed by American singers Billy Ray Cyrus and Miley Cyrus. It was released as the lead single from Home at Last, Billy Ray Cyrus' tenth studio album. The song has received different interpretations, although, in actuality, Cyrus wrote the song several years before its release when his middle daughter, Miley, moved to Los Angeles in order to pursue an acting career with an audition for the Disney Channel Original Series Hannah Montana. "Ready, Set, Don't Go" received critical praise, with reviewers complimenting its lyrical content. It also reached positive commercial responses for Cyrus, compared to his downfall in previous years. Peaking at number 85 on the Billboard Hot 100, it became Cyrus' first entry on the chart since "You Won't Be Lonely Now" (2000). The song's accompanying music video was directed by Elliot Lester and features some of Cyrus's home movies; it received a CMT Music Award nomination at the 2008 CMT Music Awards. The song eventually became re-r

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Real and True

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Real and True

"Real and True" is a song written and performed by American rapper Future, American singer Miley Cyrus, and English singer Mr Hudson. It was released as a single on November 5, 2013, by A1 Records, Freebandz, and Epic Records. Produced by the artists' frequent collaborator Mike Will Made It, the song is a pop and R&B track, the lyrics of which describe an everlasting love. "Real and True" received generally favorable reviews from music critics, who complimented its overall production and lyrical content, but felt that the vocals were over-processed. Its accompanying music video premiered on November 10, 2013, preceding the rebroadcast of the 2013 MTV Europe Music Awards in the United States. Background and composition "Miley heard the hook and instantly fell in love with the song. She did her vocals and they sent it back to me and I wrote my verses to that and tried to come up with something unique. Her vocals are very strong and emotional on the song. She brings that passion to this record. Miley i

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Send It On (Disney's Friends for Change song)

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Send It On (Disney's Friends for Change song)

"Send It On" is a song performed by American artists Miley Cyrus, Jonas Brothers, Demi Lovato and Selena Gomez from charity project Disney's Friends for Change. The track's producers Adam Anders and Peer Åström co-wrote it with Nikki Hassman. The song was released on August 11, 2009 by Walt Disney and Hollywood Records as a charity single in order to benefit international environmental associations. In regard to the song and the campaign, the six singers noted that it is a good cause and that it is one dear to them. The ballad is lyrically about passing on an environmentalist message. The song garnered mixed to average reviews from critics, who noted that the lyrics make no mention of the environment. The song received airplay only on Radio Disney and peaked at number twenty on the Billboard Hot 100. The corresponding music video has all four acts singing into microphones on top of a brightly lit stage and running across a park setting where many children are following them. Background Initially known as "

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See You Again (Miley Cyrus song)

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See You Again (Miley Cyrus song)

"See You Again" is a song by American singer Miley Cyrus. It was released on December 22, 2007 as the first single from Meet Miley Cyrus (2007), the second soundtrack album from the Disney Channel original series Hannah Montana and the debut studio album of Cyrus. It was written by Cyrus (credited as Destiny Hope Cyrus) with the song's producers Antonina Armato and Tim James. It was released as the second single from the album on December 22, 2007 by Hollywood Records. Later, it was remixed by Rock Mafia and released on August 11, 2008 by Hollywood Records, as the second single from Cyrus' second studio album, Breakout (2008). Musically, the track is a pop rock number that contains influences from various musical genres, including electronic music. Lyrically, the track speaks of teenage romance. "See You Again" was a critical success, with contemporary critics praising its musical composition and vocal delivery. To follow, it also became Cyrus' first commercially successful single. The song introduced her to

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SMS (Bangerz)

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SMS (Bangerz)

"SMS (Bangerz)" is a song by American singer Miley Cyrus featuring Britney Spears for Cyrus' fourth studio album Bangerz (2013). It was written and produced by Mike Will Made It and Marz, with additional songwriting provided by Cyrus and Sean Garrett. The track incorporates elements of hip hop styles, and is lyrically a "celebration of pop culture, beautiful women, [and] strong women". Upon its release "SMS (Bangerz)" received generally mixed reviews from music critics; some complimented its originality, while others criticized its production and Cyrus' rapping. The album's digital downloads helped the song chart in the United States and the United Kingdom. Cyrus has performed the song on MTV Unplugged and her Bangerz Tour. Production and composition "SMS (Bangerz)" was written by Miley Cyrus, Mike Will Made It, Sean Garrett, and Marz, while production was handled by Mike Will Made It and Marz. Stephen Hybicki and Tim Roberts recorded the track with help from Mike Gaydusek, and Jaycen Joshua mixed it with a

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Start All Over

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Start All Over

"Start All Over" is a single by American recording artist Miley Cyrus. It was released as the second single from Cyrus' debut album Meet Miley Cyrus on March 11, 2008[1]. A live version is available on Hannah Montana and Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert[2] and as a karaoke in Cyrus's karaoke series.[3] The song was originally written by Fefe Dobson, who passed the song to Cyrus, as she did not desire to include it on Sunday Love. The up-tempo song is lyrically about having a second chance in a romantic relationship. The song reached its highest international peak in the Australian Singles Chart, at No. 41. A video to "Start All Over" premiered on Much on Demand.[4] receiving a MuchMusic Video Award nomination. The music video features Cyrus performing the song in the streets, and also includes her in a carnival-like setting. Cyrus performed the song at several venues; it was most notably performed in 2007 and 2008 the Best of Both Worlds Tour, as the opening number for her performances as herself. Cy

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We Are the World 25 for Haiti

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We Are the World 25 for Haiti

"We Are the World 25 for Haiti" is a charity single recorded by the supergroup Artists for Haiti in 2010. It is a remake of the 1985 hit song "We Are the World", which was written by American musicians Michael Jackson and Lionel Richie, and was recorded by USA for Africa to benefit famine relief in Africa. Initially, in late 2009, it had been suggested to Richie and Quincy Jones—producer of the original "We Are the World"—that a re-cut version of the song be re-released under the title "Live 25". Following the magnitude 7.0 M earthquake in Haiti, which devastated the area and killed thousands of people, it was agreed that the song would be re-recorded by new artists, in the hope that it would reach a new generation and help benefit the people of Haiti. The song was recorded in fourteen and a half hours by over eighty artists on February 1, 2010. It was produced by Quincy Jones, and executively produced by Lionel Richie, and Haitian-American musician Wyclef Jean. A music video directed by Paul Haggis was rele

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We Belong to the Music

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We Belong to the Music

Shock Value II is the third studio album by American record producer and rapper Timbaland. It serves as the second volume of the platinum-selling Shock Value (2007) which topped charts worldwide and received 16 platinum certifications.[2] Initially slated for a 2008 release, the project was pushed into 2009 and tentatively confirmed for November 23, 2009[3] through Blackground Records, however, it was pushed back once more and finally released on December 7, 2009 in the UK and December 8 in the US.[4] Background and production Timbaland spoke to MTV's Shaheem Reid back in July 2008 to confirm that he was working on the follow-up to his platinum-selling Shock Value.[2] At the time he confirmed that he had one track with Madonna which although recorded for her album Hard Candy it had not been used and could end up on this album instead.[2] He was insistent that he would also collaborate with Jordin Sparks, Beyoncé, Rihanna, Jonas Brothers, Miley Cyrus and T.I.[2] However, none of these collaborations (except

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We Can't Stop

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We Can't Stop

"We Can't Stop" is a song by American singer Miley Cyrus, from her fourth studio album Bangerz (2013). It was released on June 3, 2013 by RCA Records as the lead single from the album. The song was written and produced by Mike Will Made It, P-Nasty, and Rock City, with additional songwriting provided by Cyrus, Doug E. Fresh, and Slick Rick. "We Can't Stop" is a pop and R&B song about a house party and recreational drug use. "We Can't Stop" received mixed reviews from music critics, who appreciated its overall production but were scathing towards its lyrical content. It peaked at number two on the Billboard Hot 100, and tied her earlier track "Party in the U.S.A." (2009) as her highest-peaking single in the country at the time. It was kept off the top spot by "Blurred Lines" by Robin Thicke featuring Pharrell and T.I. As of January 2014, it had sold over two million copies in the United States. The song experienced varying success internationally; it reached the peak position in countries including New Z

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When I Look at You

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When I Look at You

"When I Look at You" is a song by American singer-songwriter and actress Miley Cyrus. The song was written by Hillary Lindsey and John Shanks, and produced by Shanks. It was released on February 16, 2010 by Hollywood Records as the second and final single from Cyrus' first EP, The Time of Our Lives (2009). "When I Look at You" was featured on the 2010 romantic-drama film The Last Song and its corresponding soundtrack, being used to promote the film. The song contains an instrumentation primarily based on piano, while its lyrics speak of a dream boy. "When I Look at You" received average to mixed critical reception and was unable to duplicate the commercial success of Cyrus' previous single, "Party in the U.S.A." "When I Look at You" peaked at number 16 on the Billboard Hot 100 and charted within the top 30 on charts in Australia, Canada, and New Zealand. The song's accompanying music video was directed by Adam Shankman. It features Cyrus playing a grand piano throughout several settings, including a beach an

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Wrecking Ball (Miley Cyrus song)

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Wrecking Ball (Miley Cyrus song)

"Wrecking Ball" is a song recorded by American singer Miley Cyrus for her fourth studio album Bangerz (2013). It was released on August 25, 2013, by RCA Records as the album's second single. The song was written by Dr. Luke and Cirkut, who aslo served as the producers, as well as Mozella, Stephan Moccio, Sacha Skarbek, David Kim, and Cyrus. "Wrecking Ball" is a pop ballad which lyrically discusses the deterioration of a relationship. "Wrecking Ball" debuted on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 at number 50, and later became Cyrus' first number-one single in the United States after the release of its controversial music video; it retained the peak position during the following week. Nine weeks later, the track returned to number one, and consequently had the largest gap between number-one sittings in Billboard Hot 100 history within a single chart run. As of January 2014, "Wrecking Ball" has sold three million copies in the United States. Internationally, the song charted strongly; it topped the charts in Canada, Sp

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Who Owns My Heart

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Who Owns My Heart

"Who Owns My Heart" is a song by American singer Miley Cyrus for her third studio album Can't Be Tamed (2010). The song was written by Cyrus, Antonina Armato, Tim James and Devrim Karaoglu, and produced by Armato and James. "Who Owns My Heart" was released on October 22, 2010 by Hollywood Records as the second and final single from Cyrus' third studio album Can't Be Tamed only in selected European countries. It would become her final overall release with Hollywood Records after signing with RCA Records in 2013. The song was written about the feelings a club's environment can lead someone to believe. "Who Owns My Heart" is musically club-oriented and driven by synths. Lyrically, the song speaks of meeting a potential love interest at a nightclub. The song garnered mixed reception from music critics. Some critics argued it was dull and faceless, while other deemed it one of the best tracks on Can't Be Tamed. "Who Owns My Heart" failed to become a commercial success, unlike its predecessor "Can't Be Tamed". It

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You're Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go

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You're Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go

"You're Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go" is a song by Bob Dylan. Recorded in September 1974, it appeared on Dylan's album Blood on the Tracks, released in January 1975. The song was one of a few Dylan attempted to record with a full band (Eric Weissberg and Deliverance) at the album's initial September 1974 sessions in New York. Multiple versions were attempted, including a slow ballad arrangement, but ultimately Dylan opted - as he did with most of the tracks from these sessions - for a near-solo acoustic arrangement backed only by Deliverance bassist Tony Brown. The complete recording session of "You're Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go" was released in 2018 on the deluxe edition of The Bootleg Series Vol. 14: More Blood, More Tracks, with one outtake appearing on the 1-CD and 2-LP versions of that album.[1] The Daily Telegraph described the song as "Dylan's most fully realised masterpiece, crammed with lyrical blood and thunder and piercing observations." According to the Telegraph, it is the album's

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Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah

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Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah

"Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah" is a song composed by Allie Wrubel with lyrics by Ray Gilbert from the Disney 1946 live action and animated movie Song of the South, sung by James Baskett.[1] For "Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah", the film won the Academy Award for Best Original Song[1] and was the second in a long line of Disney songs to win this award, after "When You Wish upon a Star" from Pinocchio (1940).[1] In 2004 it finished at number 47 in AFI's 100 Years...100 Songs, a survey of top tunes in American cinema. The song is influenced by the chorus of the pre-Civil War folk song "Zip Coon", a "Turkey in the Straw" variation: "Zip a duden duden duden zip a duden day".[2] Notable versions Cliff Richard - recorded in 1965 but not released until 2008 when it was included on the album And They Said it Wouldn't Last: My 50 Years in Music. Connee Boswell (1946).[3] Clooney Sisters & Tony Pastor - recorded for Cosmo Records in September, 1946.[4] Connie Francis - for her album Connie Francis Sings Award Winning Motion P

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Dooo It!

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Dooo It!

"Dooo It!" is a song by American singer Miley Cyrus from her fifth studio album Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz (2015). It was premiered on August 30, 2015, with a live performance during the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards, which Cyrus hosted, and was made available free online without prior announcement alongside the parent album. It serves to promote the project.[2][3] Composition Lyrically, "Dooo It!" is "primarily about [Cyrus'] love of marijuana and peace".[4] NY Daily News said the song "hits some new sweet spot between loopy R&B and the more drug-friendly forms of Southern hip hop".[1] Live performances Cyrus first performed the song as a collaborative effort with The Flaming Lips and dozens of RuPaul's Drag Race contestants in haute couture designs for the 2015 MTV Video Music Awards, which she hosted.[5] RuPaul's Drag Race contestants, including Courtney Act, Willam Belli, Pandora Boxx, Tammie Brown, Carmen Carrera, Violet Chachki, Alyssa Edwards, Monica Beverly Hillz, Laganja Estranja, Alexis

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Jolene (song)

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Jolene (song)

"Jolene" is a song written and performed by American country music artist Dolly Parton. It was released on October 22, 1973 as the first single and title track from her album of the same name, produced by Bob Ferguson. The song was ranked No. 217 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of "the 500 Greatest Songs of All Time" in 2004.[1] According to Parton, "Jolene" is the song most recorded by other artists of all the songs she has written.[2] "Jolene" was nominated for two Grammy Awards for Best Female Country Vocal Performance (first for the original release and the following year for a live version); despite not winning originally, the song eventually earned Parton a Grammy Award for Best Country Duo/Group Performance 43 years after its original release, for a cover by the a capella group Pentatonix in which she was also featured.[3] Content The song tells of Parton confronting Jolene, a stunningly beautiful woman, who she worries will steal away her lover. Throughout the song, Parton implores Jolene "please

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BB Talk

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BB Talk

"BB Talk" is a song by American singer Miley Cyrus for her fifth studio album Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz (2015). It was premiered through SoundCloud on August 30, 2015 alongside the parent record. Its lyrics discuss Cyrus' frustration with an overbearing romantic interest over primarily spoken verses.[1] "BB Talk" was supplemented with an accompanying music video on December 11, 2015, featuring Cyrus as an adult baby.[2] Cyrus performed the track during her Milky Milky Milk Tour in November and December.[3] Composition The track was written and produced by Cyrus, with additional production provided by Oren Yoel and The Flaming Lips. "BB Talk" is the seventh track on Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz, and plays for a duration of four minutes and thirty-two seconds. The previous track "Fuckin Fucked Up" is a 51-second interlude between "Space Bootz" and "BB Talk", repeating the latter's opening lyrics "this is really fucked up".[4] The song is "about a girl who’s tired of hearing her boyfriend make baby

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Lighter (Miley Cyrus song)

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Lighter (Miley Cyrus song)

"Lighter" is a song by American singer Miley Cyrus for her fifth studio album Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz (2015). It was premiered through SoundCloud on August 30, 2015 with the parent record, and was supplemented with an accompanying music video on November 21, 2015. The song was written by Cyrus, and was produced by Mike Will Made It and A+. Cyrus performed the track during her Milky Milky Milk Tour in November and December. "Lighter" is the fifteenth track on Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz. Music video Following the opening performance of the Milky Milky Milk Tour on November 19, Cyrus commented that crowd reaction distinguished "Lighter" as a fan favorite amongst her new material. She consequently premiered its accompanying music video, directed by herself and Wayne Coyne, through her Facebook profile on November 21.[1] Credits and personnel Credits adapted from Cyrus' website.[2] Recording Mixed at Sauce Studios (Atlanta, Georgia) Personnel A+ – production Miley Cyrus – lead vocals, songwr

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Hands in the Air

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Hands in the Air

Hands in the Air may refer to: Music "Hands in the Air", song by Joe Satriani, Is There Love in Space? "Hands in the Air", song by Music Instructor from The World of Music Instructor "Hands in the Air", song by 8-Ball from 2 Fast 2 Furious "Hands in the Air", song by Miley Cyrus from Bangerz "Hands in the Air", Timbaland & Ne-Yo, covered on Loose 2013 "Hands In The Air", featuring Mystikal Unrestricted "Hands In The Air" (featuring DJ Rogers Jr.), Aziatic

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My Sad Christmas Song

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My Sad Christmas Song

My Sad Christmas Song is a song by American singer Miley Cyrus. It was written by Cyrus, Oren Yoel and Wayne Coyne. It was produced by Yoel and The Flaming Lips. The song was released without prior announcement on December 24, 2015 via SoundCloud.[1][2][3] References Kreps, Daniel. "Hear Miley Cyrus and Flaming Lips' Moody 'My Sad Christmas Song'". Rolling Stone. Retrieved 26 December 2015. McKenzie, Joi-Marie. "Miley Cyrus Releases 'My Sad Christmas Song'". ABC News. Retrieved 26 December 2015. Marcus, Stephanie. "Miley Cyrus Will Bum You Out With 'My Sad Christmas Song'". The Huffington Post. Retrieved 26 December 2015. My Sad Christmas Song is a song by American singer Miley Cyrus. It was written by Cyrus, Oren Yoel and Wayne Coyne. It was produced by Yoel and The Flaming Lips. The song was released without prior announcement on December 24, 2015 via SoundCloud.[1][2][3] References Kreps, Daniel. "Hear Miley Cyrus and Flaming Lips' Moody 'My Sad Christmas Song'". Rolling Stone. Retrie

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GetItRight

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GetItRight

"#GetItRight" (stylized as "#GETITRIGHT") is a song by American singer Miley Cyrus for her fourth studio album Bangerz (2013). Written and produced by Pharrell Williams, "#GetItRight" is a pop-funk song that lyrically discusses sexual desire. Originally considered for release as the album's lead single, "We Can't Stop" was ultimately chosen over it. Upon its release, it received generally favorable reviews from music critics, who appreciated its overall production. Cyrus performed "#GetItRight" at the 2013 KIIS-FM Jingle Ball, Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve with Ryan Seacrest and on her Bangerz Tour. Production and composition During an interview with V, Cyrus and producer Pharrell Williams revealed that they considered servicing "#GetItRight" as the lead single from the record, though "We Can't Stop" was ultimately chosen.[1] "#GetItRight" is a pop-funk song;[2] it was written and produced by Pharrell Williams.[3] According to the sheet music published at Musicnotes.com by Kobalt Music Publishing Amer

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Malibu (Miley Cyrus song)

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Malibu (Miley Cyrus song)

"Malibu" is a song recorded by American singer Miley Cyrus as the lead single from Cyrus' sixth studio album, Younger Now. It was written and produced by Cyrus and Oren Yoel. The song premiered on Beats 1 on May 11, 2017, and subsequently released for digital download and streaming by RCA Records. The song discusses Cyrus' relationship with fiancé and The Last Song co-star, Liam Hemsworth. Critics viewed "Malibu" as indicative of Cyrus' transition into becoming a more mellow artist, and more removed from her previously controversial image. The song became her ninth top-ten entry on the US Billboard Hot 100 , peaking at number ten. An accompanying music video was released on the same day as the song. It features Cyrus in various all-white outfits as she is shown frolicking in various outdoor locations. Background and release It can so easily be generalized into a love song. I had to really heal myself individually, and then this song – about finding a new love with an old love, maybe you're finding a new

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Bad Mood (Miley Cyrus song)

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Bad Mood (Miley Cyrus song)

Younger Now is the sixth studio album by American singer Miley Cyrus. It was released on September 29, 2017, by RCA Records. Cyrus began planning a commercial follow-up record to her fourth album Bangerz while simultaneously making her experimental fifth album Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz in 2015,[4] although later became influenced by her reconciliation with fiancé Liam Hemsworth in 2016. Younger Now was written and produced by Cyrus and Oren Yoel, with whom she had collaborated on her previous two full-lengths. Not concerning herself with radio airplay, their efforts resulted in an "honest" final product that sees Cyrus "leaning into her roots."[5] It features guest vocals from singer Dolly Parton, Cyrus' godmother. Younger Now received generally mixed reviews from music critics, who felt that the songwriting and production lacked substance. It debuted at number five on the US Billboard 200 with first-week figures of 45,000 album-equivalent units, and stands as Cyrus' lowest peak in the country and her

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Inspired (song)

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Inspired (song)

"Inspired" is a song recorded by American singer Miley Cyrus. It was released on June 9, 2017, as a promotional single from her sixth studio album Younger Now (2017). Written and produced by Cyrus and Oren Yoel, "Inspired" is a country ballad about creating a difference in the world. Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign inspired Cyrus to write the track, which references her father Billy Ray and her childhood in Tennessee. Media suggested that this song was as an example of Cyrus' career change following the more hip hop approach to her fourth studio album Bangerz. "Inspired" was first made available for music download and streaming during Pride Month. Cyrus donated her personal profits from the song to her Happy Hippie Foundation, which deals with homelessness among LGBTQ youth. Her fans created a lyric video, which she shared on her Instagram account. Critics had a mixed response to the song. "Inspired" charted in Australia, Russia, and Spain. Cyrus promoted the track with live performances, includ

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Rainbowland (song)

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Rainbowland (song)

Rainbowland is the titled debut album by the Christian Power metal band Seventh Avenue It was released in 1995. Track listing "Theme from Rainbowland" (2:44) "Rainbowland" (4:59) "Way to Paradise" (5:26) "Pray" (4:21) "Loving You" (4:38) "On the Road Again" (6:03) "Funeral Speech" (2:37) "Rest in Peace" (4:59) "Die" (4:36) "Just Believe" (8:04) "Love Goes" (5:55) "Children" (5:05) "Prince of Peace" (6:21) Bonus Track: "Loving You" (Metal Version) (3:25) External links Album info

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Thinkin'

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Thinkin'

Thinking may also refer to: Thinking (poem), by Walter D. Wintle Music "Thinking" (song), single by Roger Daltrey 1973 "Thinkin'", song and single by Jesse Lee Turner 1960 "Thinkin'", song by The Corsairs 1961 "Thinkin'", song by Compost from Compost (album) 1971 "Thinkin'", song by Ronnie Wood from Slide on This 1992 "Thinkin'", song by Steve Forbert from Alive on Arrival 1978 "Thinkin'", song by Apathy from Wanna Snuggle? 2009 "Thinkin'", song by 3T "Thinkin'", song by Miley Cyrus from Younger Now 2017

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Week Without You

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Week Without You

"Week Without You" is a song by American singer Miley Cyrus. It was released on September 21, 2017, through RCA Records, as the second promotional single from Cyrus' sixth studio album, Younger Now.[1] As of September 2017, the song has moved around 3,400 digital copies in the United States according to Nielsen SoundScan.[2] Background Cyrus stated in a press release: "This writing process has been a really different experience because I've never put out an album this way. People have been asking me, 'is this like a re-introduction of yourself?' But it's not that at all. Actually, it's more like, I am this person who embraces all my past selves. This album is the most me for right now that I can be."[3] Critical reception Tatiana Cirisano of Billboard described the song as "a twangy, country-tinged break-up waiting to happen".[4] Ross McNeilage of MTV News called the song a "a country kiss-off to an unsatisfying lover", and felt it is "full-out country in its production, compared to the airy fun vibes of

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Younger Now (song)

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Younger Now (song)

"Younger Now" is a song recorded by American singer Miley Cyrus, for her sixth studio album of the same name (2017). It was released on August 18, 2017, by RCA Records as a second single from the album. The song was written and produced by Cyrus and Oren Yoel.[2] An accompanying music video was released on the same day. Background and release After Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz (2015), Cyrus spent time reclaiming her once wholesome image in the run up to her new material, Younger Now. Prior to the album's release on September 29, 2017, Cyrus released "Malibu" as the lead single and "Inspired" a promotional single before unveiling the album's title track as the second single on August 18, 2017, along with its music video.[3] It is a twangy pop song[1] featuring one of her grade school portraits as the cover artwork.[3] Composition The song is performed in the key of A major, with a moderately fast tempo of 122 beats per minute in common time. Cyrus vocals span from E to B.[4] Lyrically, Ben Kate of Cons

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Someone Else (song)

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Someone Else (song)

"Someone Else" is a song by American recording artist Miley Cyrus for her fourth studio album Bangerz (2013). Cyrus collaborated with Mike Will Made It, MoZella, P-Nasty, and Rock City during the songwriting process, while production was handled by Mike Will Made It and P-Nasty. "Someone Else" is influenced by electronic dance music (EDM), and additionally incorporates elements of synthpop; its lyrics reference Cyrus' evolving public image during production of the parent record. Contemporary music critics were divided in their opinions of "Someone Else", feeling that its generic production overshadowed its lyrical meaning and Cyrus' vocal performance. Despite not having been released as a single, it peaked at number 93 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100. Cyrus has also performed the track during her ongoing Bangerz Tour, where she was notably suspended mid-air on a large hot dog. Background "Someone Else" reportedly referred to Cyrus' relationship with her former fiancé Liam Hemsworth (pictured). During an i

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List of songs recorded by Miley Cyrus

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Cyrus attending the People's Choice Awards in Los Angeles, California, January 2012 American singer Miley Cyrus has recorded songs for six studio albums, four soundtrack albums, and guest features. She first came to prominence within the entertainment industry for her portrayal of Hannah Montana in the television series of the same name, which premiered in March 2006.[1] Cyrus is credited as Hannah Montana for eight of the thirteen tracks featured on its first soundtrack album Hannah Montana, which was released in October 2006.[2] Matthew Gerrard was responsible for much of its songwriting and production,[3] and tended towards a "sugary sweet" sound.[4] In 2006, Cyrus additionally signed a recording contract with Hollywood Records.[5] The following year, Walt Disney Records and Hollywood Records jointly released the double album Hannah Montana 2: Meet Miley Cyrus; the first disc served as the soundtrack album for the second season of Hannah Montana, while the second disc served as Cyrus' debut studio album.

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The Climb (song)

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The Climb (song)

"The Climb" is a song performed by American singer Miley Cyrus, for the 2009 film Hannah Montana: The Movie. The song was written by Jessi Alexander and Jon Mabe, and produced by John Shanks. It was released on March 5, 2009, as the lead single of the film's soundtrack by Walt Disney Records, and is also included as a bonus track on the international release of The Time of Our Lives.[1] The song is a power ballad with lyrics that describe life as a difficult but rewarding journey. It is styled as a country pop ballad, and was Cyrus' first solo song to be released to country radio. The instrumentation includes piano, guitar, and violins. The song received a nomination for the Best Song Written for a Motion Picture, Television, or Other Visual Media at the 52nd Grammy Awards. However, the song was withdrawn from consideration by Walt Disney Records because it had not been written specifically for a movie as the category's eligibility rules required. The song became a top-10 single on charts in Australia, Canad

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Nothing Breaks Like a Heart

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Nothing Breaks Like a Heart

"Nothing Breaks Like a Heart" is a song by British musician Mark Ronson featuring American singer Miley Cyrus, released on 29 November 2018 by RCA Records as the lead single from Ronson's fifth studio album, Late Night Feelings (2019).[3] It has peaked at number 2 on the UK Singles Chart and number 43 on the US Billboard Hot 100. Background and promotion Ronson and Cyrus reportedly wrote the track in May 2018, posting on social media that they were working together in the studio.[4] In June 2018, Ronson said that the song was "coming soon".[5] While it had been rumoured beforehand, the song title was later confirmed on the BBC's website listing for The Graham Norton Show.[6] The single was announced on 25 November 2018 via Ronson's social media.[7] The following day, Cyrus announced the single, ending her four-month hiatus from social media.[8] Live performances The track was first performed on The Graham Norton Show on 7 December 2018.[9] Ronson and Cyrus also performed the track on Live Lounge on 13 Dec

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Mother's Daughter (song)

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Mother's Daughter (song)

"Mother's Daughter" is a song by American singer Miley Cyrus. It was released on June 11, 2019, by RCA Records, as the lead single from Cyrus' second extended play She Is Coming (2019) and her upcoming seventh studio album She Is Miley Cyrus (2019). It was written by Cyrus, Alma Miettinen, and its producer Andrew Wyatt. EDM artists R3hab and Wuki have contributed to the official remixes. Composition "Mother's Daughter" is three minutes and thirty-nine seconds long. It was written by Cyrus, Alma Miettinen and its producer Andrew Wyatt.[1] Lyrically, the song was described as a women's empowerment anthem.[2] It focuses on the mother-daughter duo's strong relationship, and references how the singer's mother, Tish Cyrus, told her she'd "make it", singing: "I put my back into it, my heart in it/So I did it, yeah I did it.".[3] Additionally, Cyrus describes herself as "nasty and evil", and explains that she has the freedom to do as she wishes: "Don't fuck with my freedom/I came up to get me some/I'm nasty, I'm ev

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D.R.E.A.M.

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D.R.E.A.M.

"D.R.E.A.M." ("drugs rule everything around me")[2] is a song by American singer Miley Cyrus from her second extended play, She Is Coming (2019), and her upcoming seventh studio album, She Is Miley Cyrus (2019). It features guest vocals by American rapper Ghostface Killah, and was written by Cyrus, Killah, John Cunningham, RZA, and Ilsey Juber, while being produced by Cunningham and RZA. It samples Wu-Tang Clan's 1993 song "C.R.E.A.M." throughout, with the group members credited as co-writers. "D.R.E.A.M." is a R&B song that references the singer's relationship with drugs. Promotion for the track began with a live debut of the song at BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend on May 27, 2019, and subsequently continued on other music festivals. A short accompanying music video was also released on May 31. Composition "D.R.E.A.M." is two minutes and forty-eight seconds long. It was written by Cyrus, Ghostface Killah, John Cunningham, RZA, and Ilsey Juber, while its production was done by Cunningham and RZA.[3] It samp

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On a Roll

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On a Roll

"On a Roll" is a song by American singer Miley Cyrus, performing under the moniker "Ashley O". The song was featured in the third and final episode of the fifth season of science fiction television series Black Mirror, "Rachel, Jack and Ashley Too". It is an adaptation of the Nine Inch Nails song "Head Like a Hole", from their debut album Pretty Hate Machine (1989). The episode originally aired on June 5, 2019, and the song was later distributed as a single on June 14, 2019, by RCA Records and The Null Corporation. The B-side, "Right Where I Belong", is based on the Nine Inch Nails song "Right Where It Belongs". Reznor reportedly approved of the adaptations, and additionally released Black Mirror-themed merchandise to coincide with the episode's airing.[1] Background and composition The track interpolates elements of "Head Like a Hole", the 1989 single by American industrial rock band Nine Inch Nails, from their debut studio album Pretty Hate Machine. Therefore, "On a Roll" credits Nine Inch Nails frontman

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Girls Just Want to Have Fun

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Girls Just Want to Have Fun

"Girls Just Want to Have Fun" is a song written and first recorded in 1979 by American musician Robert Hazard. It is better known as a single by American singer Cyndi Lauper, whose version was released in 1983.[1] It was the first major single released by Lauper as a solo artist and the lead single from her debut studio album She's So Unusual (1983). Lauper’s version gained recognition as a feminist anthem and was promoted by a Grammy-winning music video. It has been covered, either as a studio recording or in a live performance, by over 30 other artists. The single was Lauper's breakthrough hit, reaching number two on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart and becoming a worldwide hit throughout late 1983 and early 1984. It remains one of Lauper's signature songs and was a widely popular song during the era of its release, the 1980s. The "Rolling Stone & MTV: '100 Greatest Pop Songs': 1-50", "Rolling Stone: "The 100 Top Music Videos"" and the "VH1: 100 Greatest Videos" lists ranked the song at No. 22, No. 39 a

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Don't Call Me Angel

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Don't Call Me Angel

"Don't Call Me Angel" is an upcoming song by American singers Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus and Lana Del Rey for the 2019 film Charlie's Angels. It is expected to be the first single from the soundtrack of the film. Background On June 26, 2019, Grande, Cyrus and Del Rey each posted on social media a short teaser clip with the symbol of Charlie's Angels and a loading circle.[1][2][3] On June 29, the first trailer of the film was released and a snippet from the song was heard on the background.[4] References Strauss, Matthew (June 26, 2019). "Miley Cyrus Teases Charlie's Angels Collaboration With Lana Del Rey and Ariana Grande". Pitchfork. Condé Nast. Retrieved June 27, 2019. "WE ARE COMING! @charliesangels 👼 @arianagrande @lanadelrey". Instagram. Retrieved June 27, 2019. "Don't judge a girl by her cover. Watch the #CharliesAngels trailer now - only in theaters November. 🎥🎶". Twitter. Retrieved June 27, 2019. Breihan, Tom (June 27, 2019). "Preview Ariana Grande, Lana Del Rey, & Miley Cyrus' Ch

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Bad Karma (Miley Cyrus song)

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Santa Claus Is Comin' to Town

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Santa Claus Is Comin' to Town

Sleeve of the Carpenters' 1974 cover of the Gillespie and Coots standard "Santa Claus Is Comin' to Town"[1] is a Christmas song, written by John Frederick Coots and Haven Gillespie and was first sung on Eddie Cantor's radio show in November 1934. It became an instant hit with orders for 500,000 copies of sheet music and more than 30,000 records sold within 24 hours.[2][3] The version for Bluebird Records by George Hall and His Orchestra (vocal by Sonny Schuyler) was very popular in 1934 and reached the various charts of the day.[4] The song has been recorded by over 200 artists, including Bing Crosby and The Andrews Sisters, The Crystals, Mariah Carey, Neil Diamond, Bruce Springsteen, Frank Sinatra, Chris Isaak, Michael Bublé and The Jackson 5 .[5] Melody and lyrics Haven Gillespie's lyrics begin "You'd better watch out, better not cry / You'd better not pout, I'm telling you why / Santa Claus is coming to town". Cantor's original performance, broadcast at the height of the Great Depression, included vers

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Miley Cyrus

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Miley Cyrus

Miley Ray Cyrus[6] (born Destiny Hope Cyrus; November 23, 1992) is an American singer, songwriter, and actress. After playing minor roles in the television series Doc and the film Big Fish as a child, she became a teen idol in 2006, starring in the Disney Channel television series Hannah Montana as the character Miley Stewart. Her father, musician Billy Ray Cyrus, also starred in the series, which aired for four seasons until 2011. Cyrus has sold more than 20 million albums and 55 million singles worldwide.[7] She has earned three number-one albums on the US Billboard 200 with Meet Miley Cyrus (2007), Breakout (2008), and Bangerz (2013). Her releases The Time of Our Lives (2009), Can't Be Tamed (2010), Younger Now (2017), and She Is Coming (2019) debuted in the top-five in the United States, while her album Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz (2015) was released for free online streaming on SoundCloud. Her upcoming seventh studio album She Is Miley Cyrus is expected to be released in 2019. Further, Cyrus has

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Best of Both Worlds Concert (soundtrack)

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Best of Both Worlds Concert (soundtrack)

Best of Both Worlds Concert is the accompanying live album for the concert film Hannah Montana and Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert, released on March 11, 2008 by Walt Disney Records. It includes live performances of songs from the soundtrack albums Hannah Montana (2006) and Hannah Montana 2: Meet Miley Cyrus (2007), which respectively accompany the first and second seasons of the television series Hannah Montana. All fourteen tracks are performed by its primary actress Miley Cyrus, although the first half are credited to her title character Hannah Montana. The album was recorded in Salt Lake City, Utah in October 2007, during Cyrus' headlining Best of Both Worlds Tour. Track listing Best of Both Worlds Concert – Disc 1 (CD) No. Title Length 1. "Rock Star" (performed by Hannah Montana) 3:35 2. "Life's What You Make It" (performed by Hannah Montana) 3:14 3. "Just Like You" (performed by Hannah Montana) 3:20 4. "Nobody's Perfect" (performed by Hannah Montana) 3:33 5. "Pumpin' Up the

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Hannah Montana: The Movie (soundtrack)

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Hannah Montana: The Movie (soundtrack)

Hannah Montana: The Movie is the soundtrack for the film of the same name. The film is an adaptation of the popular Disney Channel original series Hannah Montana, which first aired in 2006. In the television series and film, American singer and actress Miley Cyrus portrays Miley Stewart, a girl with a secret double life as the popstar Hannah Montana. Cyrus performs twelve of the songs on the album, seven of which are credited to Hannah Montana. American recording artists Billy Ray Cyrus, Taylor Swift, and Rascal Flatts and English recording artist Steve Rushton also have songs on the soundtrack. This album was released on March 23, 2009 by Walt Disney Records. All of the songs in the album were approved by the film's director Peter Chelsom. He felt the film needed music that was tightly woven into the film's plot and the character's background. Several producers worked on the album, mainly John Shanks and Matthew Gerrard. Shanks was more involved with Cyrus than the other artists. Meanwhile, Gerrard produced

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Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds

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Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds

"Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds" is a song by the English rock band the Beatles from their 1967 album Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. It was written primarily by John Lennon and credited to the Lennon–McCartney songwriting partnership.[2] Lennon's son Julian allegedly inspired the song with a nursery school drawing that he called "Lucy – in the sky with diamonds". Shortly before the album's release, speculation arose that the first letter of each of the title nouns intentionally spelled "LSD", the acronym commonly used for the hallucinogenic drug Lysergic acid diethylamide.[3] As a result, the song was the subject of a BBC radio ban. Lennon repeatedly denied that he had intended it as a drug song, although he got the inspiration from an LSD trip.[3][4] He attributed the song's fantastical imagery to his reading of Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland books.[3] The Beatles recorded "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds" in March 1967. Adding to the song's ethereal qualities, the musical arrangement includes a L

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The Time of Our Lives (EP)

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The Time of Our Lives (EP)

The Time of Our Lives is the first extended play (EP) by American recording artist Miley Cyrus. The EP was released on August 28, 2009 by Hollywood Records, initially as a United States' Walmart exclusive. With alterations in artwork and track listing, an international edition was issued November 9, 2009.[1] The Time of Our Lives was conceived as a release to accompany Cyrus' newly launched apparel line with Max Azria. The tracks on the EP were primarily composed by John Shanks and Dr. Luke, who also produced their respective cuts. Cyrus co-wrote one out of seven songs on The Time of Our Lives; one is a cover and another is a live rendition. Musically, the uptempo tracks on the record are in the pop rock and dance-pop genres while ballads are largely soft rock. Lyrically, it explores the themes of romantic relationships, among other subjects. The Time of Our Lives received generally positive reactions from critics, with some reviews suggesting that the EP was an effective step into adulthood for Cyrus. Some

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(I Wanna) Channing All Over Your Tatum

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(I Wanna) Channing All Over Your Tatum

"(I Wanna) Channing All Over Your Tatum" is a novelty song by actors Jamie Foxx and Channing Tatum featuring television host Jimmy Kimmel performed on a Jimmy Kimmel Live! special using Channing Tatum's name as an adult innuendo. Based on the success of the comedy, a later music video of the same was also made. The original The original version of the song appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live! special show broadcast on the night of February 24–25, 2013 immediately after the 85th Academy Awards (2013). Kimmel's comedy writers wrote the original lyrics on occasion of Kimmel inviting both stars to his show, with Jamie Foxx going along with the plan to surprise Channing during the special by presenting verses on a catch phrase invented by Kimmel. Upon the latter's invitation, Foxx went on performing the verses on the piano. As an opener, Guillermo, Kimmel's side-kick served the drinks, with Channing opting to grab the whole bottle. Foxx went on to play the agreed verses, three in number with Kimmel trying his hand wi

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Slide Away (Miley Cyrus song)

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Slide Away (Miley Cyrus song)

"Slide Away" is a song by American singer Miley Cyrus, released as a single on August 16, 2019.[1] It was co-written by Cyrus with Alma, Andrew Wyatt and Mike Will Made It, the latter two of whom produced the song.[2] Composition The song features guitar instrumentation over a "snappy" beat,[3] with lyrics about a breakup and references to "whiskey and pills".[4] Critical reception Billboard called the song "three-and-a-half minutes of emotional, self-reflection [that] appears to reflect the dramas in her own life".[3] References Minsker, Evan (August 16, 2019). "Miley Cyrus Drops New Song "Slide Away": Listen". Pitchfork. Retrieved August 16, 2019. "Slide Away / Miley Cyrus". Tidal. Retrieved August 16, 2019. Stiernberg, Bonnie (August 16, 2019). "Miley Cyrus Releases New Song 'Slide Away': Stream It Now". Billboard. Retrieved August 16, 2019. Chiu, Melody (August 16, 2019). "Miley Cyrus Drops Emotional New Song 'Slide Away' Days After Revealing Split from Liam Hemsworth". People. Retrieved

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