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Who wrote Wrecking Ball lyrics?

Who wrote Wrecking Ball lyrics?

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Who sang wrecking balls?

Miley CyrusWrecking Ball / ArtistMiley Ray Cyrus is an American singer, songwriter, actress, and television personality. Known for her distinctive raspy voice, her music incorporates elements of varied styles and genres, including pop, country pop, hip hop, experimental, and rock. Wikipedia

Does Miley Cyrus write her own songs?

There’s a stereotype that pop stars rarely write their own songs and usually sing someone else’s words. Cyrus defies that stereotype. She’s been a songwriter since she was a child. In an interview with Rolling Stone, Cyrus gave fans some insight into her early years as a musician.

Why did Miley Cyrus cry?

Miley Cyrus Breaks Down Crying Over Taylor Hawkins’ Death in Emotional Tribute Performance. Miley Cyrus is mourning the loss of her friend, Taylor Hawkins, through music. The 29-year-old performer took to the Lollapalooza Brazil stage on Saturday night, one day after the death of the 50-year-old Foo Fighters drummer.

Who did Miley wrote wrecking ball about?

Wrecking Ball/Composers

Miley allegedly wrote the song about his brother Liam. It’s been five years since Miley Cyrus released “Wrecking Ball,” the pop ballad she allegedly wrote about her break-up with actor Liam Hemsworth. The couple reconciled in 2015 and these days, their relationship seems to be very strong.

What was Miley Cyrus’s original name?

Miley Ray CyrusMiley Cyrus / Full name
Miley Cyrus, in full Miley Ray Cyrus, original name Destiny Hope Cyrus, (born November 23, 1992, Franklin, Tennessee, U.S.), American singer and actress whose performance on the television show Hannah Montana (2006–11) and its related soundtrack albums catapulted her into stardom.

Who really wrote the Hannah Montana songs?

Track listing

No. Title Writer(s)
1. “The Best of Both Worlds” Matthew Gerrard Robbie Nevil
2. “Who Said” Gerrard Nevil Jay Landers
3. “Just Like You” Adam Watts Andy Dodd
4. “Pumpin’ Up the Party” Jamie Houston

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