Miley Cyrus still can not be tamed
Published: Thursday, October 10, 2013
Updated: Thursday, October 10, 2013 00:10
Miley Cyrus warned us three years ago that she couldn’t be tamed…and she was totally right.
Her new album, “Bangerz,” takes the cake for the most ridiculous album I’ve come across since Justin Bieber’s latest installment. Cyrus’s makeshift rebellion is mirrored through this album and even though she claims she is a “rebel,” I’m sure that if we placed her in a roomful of respected rebels; things wouldn’t end so well for Cyrus.
In this embarrassment, Britney Spears, Nelly, Future, Big Sean and French Montana support Cyrus in five collaborations along with Mike Will Made It and Pharrell Williams as producers for a handful of songs. On the deluxe edition, Ludacris is featured in another collaboration. The songs vary from “sweet” to “meaningless” to “raunchy” to “why did you make this album, Miley?” But seriously, Miley…why did you think it was okay to release an album like this?
She starts off with a slow song, “Adore You.” This song, accompanied by a couple others, is a direct message to her previous fiancé, Liam Hemsworth, who finally came to his senses and called off their engagement. It’s okay, Miley; we know the truth. Her lyrics are cliché and not as meaningful as she probably hoped they would be. But her hits, “We Can’t Stop” and “Wrecking Ball,” really depict the new (and hated by 95 percent of America) Miley Ray Cyrus.
We should have all seen this coming with her recent behavior on the MTV Video Music Awards and recently releasing near-nude photos all over the internet. I’m still unsure if that was in preparation for her album ‘Bangerz’ or if she would be starring in a new porno inconspicuously named after her album.
Other reviews are too nice to her. Entertainment Weekly even gave her an A-. Someone clearly wasn’t thinking clearly when he or she released that review. I’ll be nice enough to give her one whole point just for including Britney Spears on one of the songs. The other point is for all of the rappers, especially French Montana. Don’t you see what she was trying to pull there? She’s this skinny unintimidating girl, channeling her inner rapper through French Montana. I believe she thought she could get rid of Hannah Montana forever.
Billy Ray Cyrus must look at his daughter and have an achy breaky heart after all of her ridiculous stunts. She should not be allowed to release another album after this one until she checks into some sort of institution or has a nice long chat with Amanda Bynes to learn what not to do in life.
I suggest not purchasing this album but if you feed off of horrible music and would like to have more ammo against Cyrus…get it.