Music News: Miley's Rolling Stone Interview

miley-cyrus-By Michael Palmer
Miley Cyrus is back at it again and once again has made me take time out of my day to talk about the marketing queen.  Miley is on a crusade to becoming the most search person on Google (well, last least I think so).  She recently sat down with Rolling Stones Magazine to talk about everything that has been going on recently.
This feature has landed Miley on the front cover of Rolling Stones with of course a topless picture not to let her fans down of course. To celebrate, she does the interview at a tattoo shop getting Rolling Stones of course tattooed on the bottom of her feet.  This girl is wild!
Many have been wondering about Miley new sound and image and why she changed many have been saying she is trying to be black and or making fun of the black culture because of her performance on the VMA.  Miley says “I don’t keep my producers or dancers around ’cause it makes me look cool,” she says. “Those aren’t my ‘accessories.’ They’re my homies.” Meanwhile, she argues, the idea that she’s somehow playing black is absurd. “I’m from one of the wealthiest counties in America,” she says. “I know what I am. But I also know what I like to listen to. Look at any 20-year-old white girl right now – that’s what they’re listening to at the club. It’s 2013. The gays are getting married, we’re all collaborating. I would never think about the color of my dancers, like, ‘Ooh, that might be controversial.’ What do you mean?” she says with a laugh. “Times are changing. I think there’s a generation or two left, and then it’s gonna be a whole new world.”
Miley touches on so much more and with the upcoming album Bangerz, MTV, music features and such, this article really jumps into the mind of Miley and helps you understand the decisions she is making. Make sure to check out all of Miley’s music and listen and not just judge her. Please see below for a link to the Rolling Stones for the full article. Oh yea make sure to check out her new single, and yes she is rapping.
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