Beyond having a number one single on Itunes this summer with We Can‘t Stop, Miley Cyrus is evolving. “I can be the bad bitch that I really am”-Cyrus stated on her new MTV documentary, titled The Movement. After the success of her single, Miley says she has, “this freedom to do whatever I want, because people trust me.” Miley describes it as a “change” she is making in her growth as an artist, a change she wants her audience to support her on. After her Disney success with Hannah Montana and doing films, Cyrus made a realization that her full concentration needed to be in her music.
The twerking Pop princess has collaborated with a string of talented and notable producers and Hip Hop artists for her awaited fourth album titled, Bangerz. Artists and producers like Mike Will, Pharrell Williams, Wiz Khalifa, and Future have all contributed to her upcoming project. Miley also added her idol, Britney Spears, in a collaboration. In reference to Spears’s memorable VMAs performances, Cyrus added, “She’s got so many of those moments that people will never forget. It’s about living and being in the moment.”
After Cyrus’s controversial VMAs performance, the media stormed in on her image and raunchy yet playful persona. “Everyone takes the VMAS so seriously and I just wanna come out and like shoot a hot dog gun!-Cyrus quoted on her documentary series. She also noted, “For me, the movement has to be bigger than just a record. For me, a movement represents like taking over the world.” Last September Cyrus released two more singles, including Wrecking Ball, produced by Dr. Luke, and 23, another Mike Will collaboration. Look out for Bangerz when it drops October 8th.