Miley Cyrus declares that she is leaving her odd style of often looking frowned up for a new sound that could spice up the way people see her. The new look is aimed at making people take her seriously; this came after she was entitled as one of the bad girls that flaunt pop music.
In an interview with Billboard Magazine published during the late on Wednesday, Miley Cyrus, the 24-year old former Disney star made it clear that she needed to be bright and sharp and hone her focus to new collections of songs that roots from country music type. She further said that she hadn’t smoked for the past three weeks and basked in such extended abstinence as the longest ever recorded. Miley also said that she no longer drinks and it is a made up mind.
Miley will soon drop a new love single on May 11, inspired by her fiancé, actor Liam Hemsworth who both got together last year after a break up in 2013. It’s nice to know that the singer’s father is also a country music singer by name Billy Ray Cyrus and Miley’s godmother is Dolly Parton.
Miley came to the limelight when she featured on the popular Disney Channel show Hannah Montana, discarded her artless look in 2013 and became fond of appearing barely clad and doing drugs. Miley made headlines when she flaunted the latex lingerie and twerked on stage with the famous R&B singer, Robin Thicke at the 2103 MTV vVideo Music Awards; this gained her the title of pop music’s bad girl.
In a recent development, it is clear that her upcoming album will have more of sweet and acoustic songs, and more importantly will include a track for Hillary Clinton, whom she stood with during the past U.S presidential election. Then again, another song from the upcoming album will be dedicated to the women in the workplace.
Speaking on politics, Miley said that she desire to reach out to her fans who are more conservative as she will come back on The Voice, as a judge on NBC the reality singing show. She stated that she like talking to people who hardly concur with her but she will not do that in an aggressive manner.