Boys on “Bangerz” part one



Jimmy Pyles

O EM GEE Miley Cyrus’ “Bangerz” is finally available so you’re lucky that I even have time to write this because all of my free time should be consumed by listening to one of the best albums I have listened to in, like, forever.

I don’t want to sit here talking about “We Can’t Stop” or “Wrecking Ball” because we already know about those songs are amazing and have epic music videos. I mean, when Miley licked that sledge hammer it was like I was licking the sledge hammer because that’s how emotionally connected I am to the song.

The album has to many slow tracks, which is why I skipped over “4×4”, “My Darlin’” and “Rooting for my Baby”, because I’m ready to get so turned up it’s stupid.

“SMS (Bangerz)” is probably one of my fav. songs on the album because let’s face it, when you get two grade A divas like Miley and Britney Spears on a track with a sick beat it could only mean a badass track. Miley shows that she has more than just an amazing voice but she can rap with just much grit as anyone else in the game.

For all you girls out there who don’t like Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines”, well don’t worry because my girl Miley has your back with “#GETITRIGHT.” It is every bit sexy as Thicke’s, but 1000 times better, not as rappy. If this song doesn’t make you want to get it on, you’re probably Amish.

After “#GETITRIGHT”, Miley really finds herself and her sound. I can actually see Miley playing these songs, probably because they don’t have any other feature artists, so Miley has her own time to shine.

The level of production is mind blowing. Pharrell Williams and, along with the other producers of the album did an outstanding job of taking Miley’s edgy lyrics and putting a beat to them.

5 out of 5