August 4, 2021

Miley Cyrus doesn’t stop doing covers: now it was the turn of “Believe”, Cher’s classic

Miley Cyrus will share on June 25 by streaming the special “Miley Cyrus Presents Stand by You”, a recital recorded at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville where important figures and voices of the LGBT community participated.

The objective of the event was to promote the message of freedom and sexual equality for everyone, on the occasion of International Pride Day. One of the songs that sounded was “Believe”, Cher’s classic, where she was accompanied by drag queens Kylie Sonique Love and Jaidynn Diore Fierce, both from RuPaul’s Drag Race.

The performance was perfect. Miley shone on stage and received the approval of her fans who left her many messages on social networks. In this last time, the artist covered big names in rock like Metallica, Blondie and The Cranberries, among others.

In the last hours his participation in the tribute for the 30 years of the departure of The Black Album from Metallica, where he put his voice on “Nothing Else Matters.” In turn, last year he said he wanted to release an album with songs from the legendary group. “We’re working on a Metallica cover album, right now I’m with that,” he described to his fans.

He also collaborated with Dua Lipa in the song “Prisoner”, which has a video that reflects a nocturnal adventure, where the protagonists escape on a bus, eating cherries while spitting blood from their mouths, plus scenes loaded with sensuality, with an eighties aesthetic.

“You might think I’m joking, like Britney and Nine Inch Nails, but no. I have Billie Idol and Dua Lipa on the same album, “acknowledged the former Disney girl.

“Plastic Hearts”, his last big play

At the end of November, he presented his seventh album, which had the participation of renowned guests: Billy Idol, Joan Jett and Dua Lipa. The collaboration of the English singer was one of the most anticipated of 2020.

Both the track, of “Prisoner”, Like the clip, refer to an eighties aesthetic, which we already knew in the previous works of the protagonists. “Midnight Sky” It was another of the advances, with some inspiration in disco music. In the video he appeared with a renewed look.

“When I thought the job was done, everything was erased. Even the relevance of the musics. Nature did me a favor, as I see it now, by destroying what I couldn’t let go of. My house caught fire, but I found myself in its ashes ”, described the artist.

After the fire, which destroyed his home in 2018, came his divorce from the actor Liam Hemsworth which led her to rethink the lyrics. He had to postpone all recording for an operation on the vocal cords.

He underwent surgery for tonsillitis that prevented him from singing. After the operation she was forced to change many of her habits if he wanted to continue dedicating himself to music and had to spend a while without speaking absolutely anything, something that helped him to do a kind of therapy. A change that, according to her own admission to the magazine Variety, led her to reach a professional and personal maturity.

For this album, Miley relied on figures such as Debbie Harris (Blondie), Stevie Nicks Y Jett. Louis Bell and Andrew Watt – known for their work alongside Halsey, Camila Cabello or Jonas Brothers – participated in the production, everything sounds clean, danceable, with more emphasis on melody than power.

Gimme What I Want”, “Night Crawling”, con Billy Idol, “Bad Karma”, With Joan Jett, and the ballad “Never Be Me”, along with Mark Ronson, are other important pieces of the album.

The iconic music industry photographer, Mick Rock, who portrayed greats such as David Bowie, Lou Reed or Iggy Pop, took the photo for the cover art, which embodies the music and exemplifies the sound of the prodigious artist.

The artist was part of the last edition of the Super Bowl where he gave a recital before the main show. Let us remember that the event was marked by the pandemic and the public that participated in its show was vaccinated against COVID-19.

A total of 7,500 people enjoyed the recital in which the singer took the opportunity to launch a message of support to all health professionals in the U.S. “It was the first open-air concert that met COVID requirements since the pandemic changed our lives forever ”.