Miley Cyrus opens up on negative criticism over her Metallica cover

Celebpost Desk|October 21, 2021


Miley Cyrus opens up on negative criticism over her Metallica cover

Singer Miley Cyrus opened up in detail about the massive criticisms she faced over her voice for new cover ofMetallica's Hit Nothing Else Matters.

Miley made use of ‘authentic’ and ‘genuine’ sound while singing.

In a chat with Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich for Interview magazine, Cyrus revealed all the negativity she received over her ‘genuine’ vocals.

The Wrecking Ball singer said, “I even went down to some of those octaves, because singing those super-low lead vocals is so satisfying, My whole life, whether in vocal training or just continuing to hone my craft, it’s always been about, ‘Why do you sound like a man? Where’s your falsetto? Why can’t you sing the high octave of ‘Party in the U.S.A.’ anymore?'’

Further adding, the singer revealed, “My voice is how I represent myself. It’s how I express myself. I’ve worked with so many people who tell me, ‘We’re going to have to bring in a singer to hit those high parts.’ 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.”

Miley Cyrus uses her voice to represent herself.

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