Friday, November 6, 2009

Jay-Z Is Too Commercial for Miley Cyrus

For the record:
Yes, I did feel like a pedophile as I was looking for an appropriate picture on Google Images

If this doesn’t validate my opinions on The Blueprint 3, I don’t know what will! In a recent interview posted on MileyWorld, Miley Cyrus tossed out an interesting admission about a memorable line from her hit single “Party in the U.S.A.”. The reference in question (“the Jay-Z song was on”) was written by songwriting team Dr. Luke, Claude Kelly and Jessica Cornish and was never altered. Despite the fact that she didn’t write the song, most people assumed that Miley’s Jay-Z mention was authentic nonetheless. Nope. When asked which song the track was inspired by, Miley bluntly stated: “I don't know, I didn't write the song, so I have no idea”.

Then she took it a bit further in a move I’d like to call Ether Pt. 2. Miley continued: “I've never heard a Jay-Z song. I don't listen to pop music”. And there you have it! Miley Cyrus is officially off that because she was never on that to begin with. I can only deduce that she’s an apparent Nas fan. Added Cyrus: “Maybe if he’d get back in the stu’ with Primo and Ski and bring Pete Rock and Large Pro along then I’d give it a listen”. Okay, fine… that was me.

Miley Cyrus: "I've Never Heard a Jay-Z Song" [US Magazine]