Miley Cyrus

Miley Cyrus is one of the most influential artists in pop culture. She has five #1 albums including her 2013 GRAMMY-nominated album Bangerz, that is also certified 3x platinum in the U.S., five sold out world tours and 36 million digital tracks sold in the US alone. In 2015 she released her free, 23-track surprise experimental album, Miley Cyrus and Her Dead Petz, co-produced by Wayne Coyne and other Flaming Lipsmembers. Her sixth album, Younger Now, which was released in 2017, exceeded 1.7 billion streams worldwide.

 In the summer of 2019, Cyrus dropped the EP, SHE IS COMING. The EP debuted in the Top 5 on the Billboard Top 200 Album Chart with the track, “Mother’s Daughter,” garnering well over 140 million streams worldwide.

In September Cyrus released, “Slide Away,” which currently has 113 million Spotify streams worldwide, with the accompanying video reaching 19 million views in less than a month. Cyrus also collaborated with Ariana Grande and Lana Del Rey on the soundtrack for the 2019 reboot of Charlie’s Angels with the song “Don’t Call me Angel.“ The song set the record for biggest single day streams for an all-female collaboration in Spotify History.

In June she starred in an episode of Netflix Black Mirror titled “Rachel, Jack and Ashley Too.”  The standout role had Cyrus playing popstar Ashley O and featured the track “On A Roll,” which earned 80 million streams, topping the TV Songs chart. Cyrus joins a short list of singers who have charted under three separate names, but is especially rare as she has had two of these chart positions with acting roles. 

In late 2018, Cyrus collaborated with Mark Ronson on the hit song, “Nothing Breaks Like A Heart,” the first single off his upcoming fifth album. Since its release the now platinum certified track has garnered 392 million streams and more than 159 million video views.

In addition to her success in music, performing and touring around the world and over a decade of experience in television, Cyrus founded the non-profit organization The Happy Hippie Foundation to rally young people to fight injustice. Since launching, the foundation has provided direct support to thousands of homeless and LGBTQ youth across the country. Cyrus also helped launch the Malibu Foundation to support the community of Malibu and its neighbors as they work to rebuild after the Woolsey Fire.