In the Disney series Hannah Montana (2006), which is about a teen who leads a double life as a pop singer, Cyrus was cast as the series’ main character in 2005. The performance was a success, and shortly after, sell-out tours, hit records, and merchandise deals appeared. Cyrus rose to fame as a teen idol.
Today we brought you the list of few top originals from Miley Cyrus –
1. “Party In The U.S.A.”
“Party in the USA,” a huge song for Dr. Luke, was co-written with Jessie J, a well-known English pop singer. “Party In The USA” made its Billboard Hot 100 debut in 2009 and reached its highest position at #2. The RIAA awarded it a diamond certification in 2020 and it was featured on Miley Cyrus’ The Time of Our Lives EP. She became well-known across America because to this song.
2. ” The Climb”
In the “The Climb,” Miley Cyrus sings about how enjoyable life’s journey is despite having an uncertain conclusion. It explains the crucial lesson Miley picks up in her hometown that helps her appreciate her life outside of the Hannah Montana-inspired pop success. When it peaked at #4 on the Billboard Hot 100, it immediately became a commercial success.
3. “We Can’t Stop”
“We Can’t Stop” was peaked at hitting #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the U.S. It’s a party song with a slow and chill tempo and still feels so energizing.
4. “Nothing Breaks Like a Heart”
“Nothing Breaks Like a Heart” depicts a situation between two lovers and contrasts heartbreak with other tragic tragedies that people have to deal with. The song “Nothing Breaks Like a Heart” makes the idea that, while you’re experiencing heartbreak, it can occasionally seem like the worst calamity in the world.
5. “See You Again”
Miley Cyrus’ first single off her debut studio album, Meet Miley Cyrus, is titled “See You Again.” This timeless song received a triple platinum certification from the RIAA and reached a peak position of #10 on the Billboard Hot 100. The entertaining “See You Again” serves as a wonderful introduction to Miley’s genuine artistic self.
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