Miley Cyrus is featured in will.i.am’s new music video ‘Feelin’ Myself.’ She raps and sings on the track.
Miley Cyrus is rapping again. The pop star is featured in the new will.i.am song “Feelin’ Myself,” and she’s definitely appreciating herself.
Cyrus is dressed in a leather bra and panties and rhymes about popping molly in the club.
Cyrus recently turned 21, and she seems determined to let the world know she is no longer the innocent child star parents once found safe and palatable.
“Now everybody trippin’ like they popping molly / Up in the club is where you find me / I do it real big never do it tiny / If you ’bout that bulls–t please don’t remind me / I step in this motha, motha, just to make it work / I get on the floor just to make that booty twerk / Shake, shake that s–t like an expert,” she raps.
Dancing seductively alongside the “Black Eyed Peas” member, Cyrus sings along on the hook with lyrics that include “Cause we be in the club, bottles on deck and goddamnit, goddamnit I’m feeling myself.”
‘Shake, shake that s–t like an expert,’ Cyrus raps on the track, showboating about her twerking skills.
Others who are feeling themselves in the song are rappers French Montana and Wiz Khalifa, who both deliver verses. But the obvious main attraction of the upbeat song and music video is Cyrus, who recently celebrated her 21st birthday.
The “We Can’t Stop” singer was gifted with a customized Can-Am Spyder ATV three-wheel motorcycle from her dad Billy Ray Cyrus.
Miley Cyrus, who appears in the video with French Montana (left) and Wiz Khalifa (right), is definitely feeling herself, as she continues to flaunt nearly every inch of her body in barely-there outfits.
Over her birthday weekend, Cyrus celebrated with friends and posted a photo on Twitter with producer Mike WiLL Made It. She rapped on his track “23” along with Khalifa and Juicy J.
“Best birthday night ever,” she tweeted Sunday.
‘Up in the club is where you find me,’ Cyrus raps. And now she can be found there legally.
Earlier that evening, she performed her hit ballad “Wrecking Ball” at the American Music Awards. Deviating from her past performances with wild stage aesthetics and dancers, this time Cyrus took to the stage solo, well, except for an enormous projection of a blinking cat behind her. The feline mimicked every line of the song while the singer belted out the tune in a two-piece thigh-high outfit with cat faces all over it.
Both the pussycat and Cyrus ended the performance with a wink as they stuck out their tongues.