Miley Cyrus has found her true voice – and wants the world to know it.
On Wednesday 20 Oct. Maintenance magazine published its cover story: an interview Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich performed with the 28-year-old musician. Cyrus, who covered the metal single ‘Nothing Else Matters’ in 1992, spoke to the fellow musician about the criticism she received over her singing voice, which has changed over the past year.
‘All my life, whether it’s in voice training or just adapting my craft, it’s always been about,’ Why do you sound like a man? Where’s your f-king falsetto, bitch? Why can you not sing the high octave? of ‘Party in the USA’ more? ” she said. “In this song I sing in the low register, and I live in the authentic, real sound.”
She continued: ‘My voice is how I represent myself. You know, ‘falsetto’ is this Latin term for when a boy goes through puberty, but they still want him to sing in the choir. It means ‘false’ … I do not have a false voice. “