Demi Lovato Interview w/ Q102Philly

31 07 2013

Part 1 | Listen HERE.

Part 2 | Listen HERE.

mikemanningmusic: I honor of Kidd Kraddick’s death, who I had the pleasure of meet a number of times, this is the last time we performed on his morning show

Demi wishing Happy Birthday to her cousin, Aris. Watch video HERE.

thexfactorusa: #xfactor

Wilmer and Demi at Jay Z’s concert yesterday:

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Miley Cyrus To Rap On ‘We Can’t Stop’ Producer Mike WiLL Made It Single

30 07 2013

Miley Cyrus will rap on a new track.

The singer has lent her vocals to producer Mike WiLL Made It’s upcoming debut single, after he produced her latest single ‘We Can’t Stop’.

“I’m about to put out the first single within the next month,” Mike WiLL Made It told Life + Times. “It’s called ’23’ and it features Miley, Juicy J and Wiz Khalifa.

“It’s a record where I had to try out something different. Miley is kind of rapping to it.”

Meanwhile, Cyrus recently acknowledged that she does refer to the class A drug MDMA in her latest single, after some fans were confused whether she was referring to her name Miley, or the slang term ‘Molly’.

The star has also teased a “crazier version” of her ‘We Can’t Stop’ music video, which already sees her kissing a sex doll and trashing a house.

Miley Cyrus Never Googles Herself: ‘If I Knew What People Say, I’d Probably Hate Myself’

Miley Cyrus pays no heed to her haters.

In a new interview with BBC, the former Disney darling discussed transforming from the sweet-faced Hannah Montana child star to the artist she is today, while ignoring the naysayers all along the way.

“People that probably fall off are the people obsessed with googling themselves and knowing what people are saying,” she said. “If I knew what people are saying about me, I’d probably hate myself. I don’t look at that kind of stuff.”

Cyrus, 20, believes she has a solid fan base backing her as she prepares to drop her forthcoming fourth studio album this fall. Her catchy comeback single, “We Can’t Stop,” hit No. 2 on Billboard Hot 100, and it’s subversive music video has broke Vevo records as the fastest clip to reach 100 million views.

“I knew it was gonna be great,” she said of the video. “And I knew it was gonna go viral like that because it’s just interesting.”

Despite the success of the single, Cyrus is in no rush to push out her much-anticipated new music, which is in part thanks to her name-making — money-making — career on the Disney Channel.

“I worked for five years on something that was a character where I didn’t really get to be completely the creative person that I wanted to be so at this point I did the work that I had to do,” Cyrus said. “I had to kinda make my money and do all that so now I don’t have to worry about necessarily any of that. I can just make music because I love it.”

“It doesn’t have to really be driven by, ‘I wanna build up my fan base,’ because I have an amazing fan base that’s followed me,” she continued. “Now because I don’t have any more responsibilities or have anyone that I have to really answer to, I can take as long as I want and just be patient on this record.”

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Miley Cyrus – We Can’t Stop (Director’s Cut)

29 07 2013





Miley Cyrus Ecstatic @ New Vevo Record

28 07 2013

Miley Cyrus shared her excitement this weekend after smashing a VEVO record, which comes just days after another record previously held by the star was overtaken by One Direction’s latest single ‘Best Song Ever’.

The former Hannah Montana star, racked up 100 million views for her controversial video ‘We Can’t Stop’ which was later confirmed as the fastest time a video has ever reached that amount of views.

The star took to Twitter to boast about her impressive achievement and thank her loyal army of followers.

The 20-year-old wrote: “We got 100 million views?!?!?! Oh my god! We did it! We broke the vevo record! 100 million views in 37 days maaaafakkkkas!!!! Directors cut coming soon! (sic).

Miley has been campaigning in a desperate bid to reach the milestone all week, even promising fans that she would treat them to a new version of the video, if they helped her break the VEVO record.

The mischievous singer raised eyebrows in her sexually suggestive video where she is seen writhing around on a bed bed and ‘Twerking’.

Miley’s achievement comes just days after she lost her crown to British pop band, One Direction, who broke her previous record for the most views in 24 hours.

The music video site had announced last week that Harry Styles, Zayn Malik, Liam Payne, Louis Tomlinson and Niall Horan – who also appear in drag in the video – had racked up 12.5 million views just a day after its upload.

An official tweet from VEVO read: “The New 24hr Record = 12.3 MILLION. Just….WOW. #Directioners ain’t playin. #BSEVEVORECORD.” The boyband may find it harder to top the UK charts though and it’s been confirmed that as of last Wednesday, they had failed to knock Avicii off the top spot by the time the mid week figures were collated.

Miley Cyrus Sings ‘On My Own’?

A raw recording appears to have leaked via YouTube user ‘LeakableMusics’ of pop star Miley Cyrus singing a stripped down version of the LES MISERABLES tune ‘On My Own’. Is Eponine in her future? There’s no official word on when, where, or why the song was recorded but the track is now making the viral rounds and filled up our inbox this morning as well.

Miley Ray Cyrus, the daughter of country singer and CHICAGO vet Billy Ray Cyrus, rose to prominence as a teen idol after being cast in the Disney Channel television series Hannah Montana, in which she portrayed the starring character Miley Stewart. Now aged 20, she has attained a total of six Top 10 hits on the Billboard Hot 100, and had five RIAA certified albums by the age of 18.

Her most recent single “We Can’t Stop” was released on June 9, and topped iTunes Store singles charts in thirty countries within ten hours of its release. The song has peaked at number two on the US Billboard Hot 100. In doing so, it ties with “Party in the U.S.A.” as Cyrus’ highest-charting single in the country, and additionally became her 39th entry on the chart, including tracks releases as Hannah Montana. Its accompanying music video was released on June 29. On July 26, it surpassed 100 million views, consequentially becoming the fastest video to attain Vevo certification.

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Miley Cyrus Returns to TV w/ Documentary

27 07 2013

The MTV doc will follow the “We Can’t Stop” singer as she works on her upcoming album.

MTV will become Miley Television this fall.

The 20-year-old actress-singer is getting a one-hour documentary – not yet titled – on the music network. The announcement was made Friday by MTV Programming President Susanne Daniels at the annual Television Critics Association summer press tour in Beverly Hills, Calif.

Cameras will follow Cyrus as she works on her new album, which is due out later this year.

Her current single, “We Can’t Stop,” is No. 2 on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart.

Cyrus was the star of Disney’s “Hannah Montana” for four seasons. The series’ finale aired in January 2011.

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Demi Lovato Hits Social 50 Chart High

27 07 2013

“Made in the U.S.A.” has helped Lovato make it to No. 2 on the latest chart.

Demi Lovato makes a 15-position leap to No. 2 on the Social 50 chart, prompted by the release of the official Vevo video on July 17 for her single “Made in the USA.” The title garnered 8.8 million worldwide views during the charting week, helping to contribute to the over 17 million plays her Vevo channel received (a 92% increase).

The Social 50 ranks the most popular artists on YouTube, Vevo, Facebook, Twitter, SoundCloud, Wikipedia, Myspace and Instagram. The chart’s methodology blends weekly additions of friends/fans/followers along with artist page views, song plays and reactions as measured by music analytics company Next Big Sound.

Lovato’s ascension is also aided by the addition of 656,000 fans across Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, a 46% increase over the previous week. She additionally received 241,000 visitors (up 21%) to her Wikipedia page.

“Made in the USA” is the second single from her fourth album, “Demi,” which debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 dated June 1 — the same week she posted her previous best Social 50 peak at No. 4. The first video released from that set, “Heart Attack,” was the catalyst for Demi’s first top 10 residency on the Social 50, when she rose 17-8 on the April 27 chart after receiving 8 million overall plays across Vevo and YouTube.

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Miley Cyrus Makes Strip Club Confession

27 07 2013

Miley Cyrus has “made it rain” on strippers, she confessed in a cheeky radio interview.

The 20-year-old singer was asked to “confess to her sins” as part of a comedy segment on London’s Capital FM Breakfast show.

A video of the interview posted on YouTube shows the hosts Dave Berry and Lisa Snowdon posing as “Brother David and Sister Snowdon” as they quiz Miley about the raunchy lyrics to her new single We Can’t Stop.

In one verse Miley sings about “shaking it like we at a strip club”.

Asked about her inspiration for the lyric, the star confessed she’s seen exotic dancers on more than one occasion.

“Have I been to a strip club? Yes,” she admits.

But Miley couldn’t say how many times.

“You’ve lost count,” David deadpans.

“I don’t know. I haven’t kept a tally,” Miley muses.

The star then confesses she’s put dollar bills into “another lady’s G-string” and admitted to “making it rain” on dancers.

“Am I supposed to lie? I thought I was confessing!” she says.

The star also addressed what her dad, Billy Ray Cyrus, may think about her confessions.

She doesn’t believe he is ashamed at all of some of her more wild activities.

“I’m 20. So my dad, he can, like, whatever. He’s proud of me,” she insisted, musing, “I don’t do anything that crazy.”

Former Disney star Miley discussed her new party girl image earlier this month.

The singer is confident her fan base is sticking with her no matter what.

“I’m not really worried about alienating fans,” the former Disney star told UK newspaper The Sun. “Everyone has to work on the things that they don’t care about to get where they want to be.

“I had to do that for five years but I knew when I was older I would be able to do what I wanted eventually. Everyone has to work on something they don’t love to get to something they do love,” she said.

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