Miley Cyrus has become a total artist, with all letters capitalized. The versatility it has allows it to jump from one genre to another without getting messy, as well as cover bands and singers of all kinds.
As she has said on more than one occasion, in the years that she has been active we have witnessed a brutal evolution. Now, he already has great record material behind him (which will increase with his new album) and his fans have never gotten off the boat.
In fact, one of his great skills brings on board many followers who come from other musical styles. We talk about his ability to sing songs by other artists, so it is worth asking ourselves, Is Miley Cyrus the queen of covers?
The answer will be different depending on your taste, but here we give you several arguments to be affirmative. Next, their most incredible versions of Metallica, Janis Joplin, Blondie or Ariana Grande.
Jolene (Dolly Parton) – Miley Cyrus
Dolly Parton He is a country icon, both inside and outside of music. Jolene is one of his classics, which Miley Cyrus knew how to version in a splendid way. Now, they are friends and have collaborated on Billy Ray’s daughter’s album titled Younger Now (2017), specifically on the topic Rainbowland.
No Tears Left To Cry (Ariana Grande) – Mark Ronson, Miley Cyrus
With the invaluable help of Mark Ronson, the Tennessee artist covered No Tears Left To Cry, one of the bombings of one of the stars of recent years: Ariana Grande.
Nothing Else Matters (Metallica) – Miley Cyrus feat. WATT, Elton John, Yo-Yo Ma, Robert Trujillo, Chad Smith
We are probably facing the power ballad most popular ever. El black album de Metallica included Nothing Else Matters on their 1991 album, which turns 30 in 2021. To celebrate it, they created a tremendous compilation with versions of all the songs from that studio work. Without a doubt, one of the most prominent is the one in which Miley Cyrus lends her voice.
Just Breathe (Pearl Jam) – Miley Cyrus
Pearl Jam, one of the great bands of the city of Seattle together with Nirvana, released on one of their latest albums a grand ballad. We talk about Just Breathe, included in Backspacer (2009), a topic in which Eddie Vedder is the protagonist and Miley has been able to interpret masterfully.
Heart Of Glass (Blondie) – Miley Cyrus
The power of Blondie, lead vocalist Debbie Harry, it will be hard to beat. However, this cover of the emblematic Heart Of Glass live is very close to doing it (or does it for some). Brutal!
Maybe (Janis Joplin) – Miley Cyrus
The de Janis Joplin is one of the most heartbreaking and virtuous voices in history. Sadly, went out when he was 27, but Miley has managed to replicate it in an incredibly surprising way in one of her last concerts. We have never seen her sing like this!
With all these versions, we are facing one of the best artists of today with the ability to adapt to the music of others (and, in some cases, to improve it).
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