Miley Cyrus Reveals Many People Criticize her Deeper Voice

Miley is one of the few examples of child actors-turned-singers who have achieved success.
 
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Miley Cyrus has addressed critics who are questioning her deeper voice. By exploring her lower vocal register, the singer said she has been able to experiment with her songs and evolved as an artist.

In the past, Miley, whose music incorporates diverse styles and genres, hasn't backed down from haters, and this was no exception.

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During a recent interview with Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich for the Interview Magazine, Miley said that ever since she started hitting the lower register, she has discovered herself as a rock artist once again.

"My whole life, whether in vocal training or just continuing to hone my craft," she said. "It’s always been about, ‘Why do you sound like a man? Where's your f***ing falsetto, b**ch? Why can't you sing the high octave of 'Party in the U.S.A.' anymore?'"

It's through her voice that she expresses herself, and she represents herself this way, the hitmaker said. She added that many people she has worked with occasionally criticize her deep voice.

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In the end, Miley expressed gratitude for the opportunity to experiment with her songs because of the voice she's developed over time.

Miley is one of the few examples of child actors-turned-singers who have achieved success. She gained fame as a teen idol after starring in the Disney Channel television show "Hannah Montana."






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