News: Miley Cyrus Squeezes The Juicy Outta J: "Dayum This Record Is Getting Crazy"
Sunday, Feb 3, 2013 12:15PM
Days after former Disney Channel star Miley Cyrus revealed an upcoming Tyler, the Creator collaboration is on deck, the pop star has now hinted at something special being in the works with Three 6 Mafia's Juicy J.
Brief and to the point, Miley boasted about her new tunes with Juicy J, Tyler, the Creator, Pharrell Williams and more.
"Dayum this record is getting crazy. @f*cktyler @therealjuicyj @MacMiller @Pharrell @TheDoctorLuke @DaInternz @PopWansel @Oakwud," she tweeted February 1st. (Miley Cyrus' Twitter)
Miley and Juicy also heated up the Internet with a club photo posed together.
As Miley Cyrus is preparing for her new album project, she has been seen spotted out with singer K. Michelle, amoung others. The singer was recently spotted with Memphis rapper Juicy J, whom she exchanged tweets with after hanging out at a night club. In the tweets shared between the two artists, rapper and producer Juicy J told Miley Cyrus he had a ball at the club. Prior to Juicy J tweeting about the two hanging out at the night club, Miley tweeted that 'this record is getting crazy' followed by a list of twitter account names which included Juicy J. (Musiq Queen)
Earlier in the week, Cyrus hinted at a few notable high-profile collaborations in the works.
"I wrote this song with Mary J. Blige, and Tyler the Creator heard it and said, "I am obsessed with this song, and I will guest on it if you promise me that you will keep it on the album." And he killed it! I really didn't want to make a hip-hop record, and I'm not trying at all to be a Rihanna or a Nicki [Minaj]....That's not my vibe. When I was growing up, my older brother would sneak me Nelly CDs, my dad had me listening to Dolly [Parton] and Johnny [Cash], and my mom is a complete metal head. So this record is a weird mixture of all that." (Cosmopolitan)
Last November, Miley talked about linking up with mega producer Pharrell Williams for some new tunes.
"A lot of the beats are produced hip-hop beats," she said, "but the vocal is very raw and my voice is kind of on top of all the tracks, which is what I wanted." Cyrus said she is working with producer Pharrell Williams and "a lot of hip-hop producers that are actually from the South, because I wanted more of that dirty-South vibe, a little ATL in there." While she loves performing on camera, music matters most to Cyrus. "I want people to remember me for things that are great," she said. "Much bigger than the comedies that I do, but more about the music that I write and the songs that you leave for the world to think about." (Billboard)