Miley Ray Cyrus is an American singer, actress as well as producer. She is the best selling artist in America. She attains the most United States Billboard 200 top 5 albums as a female artist in the 21st century.
She is an American philanthropist whose net worth is over 160 million $. She got married to Liam Hemsworth, who is an Australian actor, in the year 2018. Her personal life has always received many controversies in media coverage.
She had received the people choice award, and world music awards. Miley worked with many musicians for her recent album named Plastic Hearts, which was released in the month of November.
The record features collaborations with Billy Idol, Dua Lipa, Joan Jett, and Stevie Nicks. Lil said, “I had planned to work in one song with Miley earlier last year and then pandemic happened.”
Lil Nas X is an American rapper. Once he said that he wants a plan to collaborate with Miley. The public was also very excited. But due to pandemic COVID 19, Lil and Miley failed their goal.
Miley Cyrus Planned Collab With Lil Nas X Delayed Due To COVID-19
Miley’s father, Billy Ray, had already done his collaboration with Lil in the 2019 Old Town Road Remix song. That song broke all the records and stayed on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart for the most consecutive weeks.
It comes to us as no surprise that the rapper stays in touch with Billy after his overnight success. It is a wish of Lil Nas to do a collab with her. In his interview, he also said that when the pandemic over, they will work with her.
Yet, he did not reveal their song’s title, which he wants to collab with her. Of the late, the 21-year-old star Lil Nas X released his single, ‘Holiday’ ahead of Christmas.
The two-minute forty-seven-minute video, which sees Nas X as a modish Santa Claus, accumulated more than 90 million views.
Nas X punningly switches gears from “horses in the back” to “reindeer in the front” of his Santa sleigh. Chatting with Apple Music’s Zane Lowe in November, he shared that he has felt super accomplished since he made his music debut.
But I felt like, ‘Okay, that’s cool. Now it’s time to get to business.’ So, I found better, healthier ways to create.”