Over the top,provocative,uncensored,and just plane reckless, can be some of the words to describe Miley Cyrus actions over the past year. I don’t know much about Cyrus,except that she was a featured on the Disney Channel as the fun and loving character Hannah Montana at one point in her life and a few years later she is being named “twerk queen” of 2013. More recently, I discovered that she actually is a music artist who uses her actual voice instead of the robot sounds coming from the auto-tune artist Demi Lavato. Hey, I didn’t say it. Thank to a contestant on the famous show “The X Factor” we all know her secret. But, we aren’t here to elaborate on Lavato. Maybe she will make it in the next review? Moving along, the first song I heard on Cyrus’s album is “Wrecking Ball”. I found myself so intrigued by the song as I heard it on the radio, I had to find out who was singing it. At first I thought it was Jordin Sparks,but I haven’t heard a song from her since her duet with Chris Brown on “No Air”.
I then decided to listen to the whole album and I will say I am very impressed with Cyrus. She has a few ballads on the CD which showcase her vocal skills and a few get ready club (Bangerz). The album has features from rap artist from Future,Nelly,Ludacris,and French Montana. Yes, French Montana. Even I could not even make that up, but all the songs with such rap artist play into Cyrus’s promotion,persona,and pure growth she has gone through in the past years since her Disney Years. I applaud Cyrus in her efforts to be herself and not play into the public appeal. None the less she quiets down all the speculation of her crazy antics with a generally favorable album. Tracks on the album to listen to are Drive, My Darlin, Maybe Your Right, and Adore you.