Detroit’s Danny Brown recently offered his take on hip-hop’s growing crave for more Miley Cyrus these past 12 months and why there is a lot more than meets the eye with the recent slew of rapper hook-ups.
In Danny’s perspective, hip-hop artists are likely using Miley’s buzz as a quick cash-in.
“I think anybody doing that just trying to eat. Ain’t no n***a worried about their own music worried about her. Kendrick Lamar is not trying to do no song with Miley Cyrus. It’s just like this, man. It’s like the little white girl in the hood that might get you a plug on some pills or some shit. You gonna be nice to her to get your plug or whatever you need to get. They trying to eat.” (Rolling Stone)
He also had some choice words for Miley recently crediting an experience in Motown for giving her more of an edge.
“I think she just trying to beat the case and say some sh*t. Ain’t no way she could . . . trying to be dead or gangbang or some sh*t. She ain’t live no Detroit experience. We can throw that out the window. I think she just trying to be cool. Personally, the reason that I don’t like it is there’s a lot of little girls that saw and looked up to Miley Cyrus as a little kid. Now they grown and they seeing what she doing. Somebody else can do that; you can be the one person who don’t do that. What’s your point? That you want to f*ck black n****s or something? I don’t get it. You just lost a nice-looking white dude, who was rich. Is he? I don’t know. I just know homeboy left Miley Cyrus and I say, “Duh!”” (Rolling Stone)
Earlier this week, Cyrus addressed rumors about allegedly being knocked up by Three 6 Mafia’s Juicy J.
Sure enough, Cyrus herself playfully addressed the speculation by tweeting on Monday, “Waking up to the news that I’m now pregnant with @therealjuicyj baby.” Her mom, Tish, also couldn’t help but be amused, writing, “hahahahaha YEP! read that last night!! This is my favorite one yet!” And not surprising, a source tells E! News that while “funny,” the rumor is false. (E! Online)
In June, the 20-year-old denied media and fan speculation of her trying to be a white version of Young Money’s Nicki Minaj.
“A lot of people wanted to try to make me the white Nicki Minaj,” Cyrus says. “That’s not what I’m trying to do. I love ‘hood’ music, but my talent is as a singer.” To that end, Edge is particularly excited about “Wrecking Ball”-a defiant power ballad produced by Dr. Luke with a thrilling vocal performance. “We were inspired by OneRepublic, and the way Timbaland used to do those big ballads,” Cyrus says. Edge adds: “When Miley came to us she had really good songs already, including ‘Wrecking Ball,’ which blew us away. It could be a career song for her.” (Billboard)