1. The climb
The country pop power ballad is taken from the soundtrack of the 2009 Miley Cyrus film “Hannah Montana: The Movie”. It received praise from music critics.
At the 52nd Grammy Awards, the song received a nomination for the Best Film Song Grammy but it was later pulled. This was because was not specifically penned for the movie, thereby making it ineligible for the award.
2. Wrecking ball
“Wrecking ball” was released in 2013 as official second single for Miley’s fourth studio album “Bangerz”. It was an international success and hit #1 in U.S, UK, Canada, Brazil, Spain, Israel and other countries.
3. Party in the U.S.A
Written by Jessie J, the song comes from 2009’s first EP “The time of our lives”. It was parodied by “Weird Al” Yankovic. So “Party in the U.S.A” turned into “Party in the CIA”. This marks the first time that Al has parodied father/daughter artists. He parodied Billy Ray Cyrus’s “Achy Breaky Heart” with “Achy Breaky Song.”
4. We can’t stop
Released in 2013, “We can’t stop” was the first single from Miley Cyrus’ fourth studio album “Bangerz”. It talks of a house party and recreational drug use. The party-themed music video was directed by Diane Martel, who also helmed the clip for Robin Thicke’s “Blurred lines.”
“Malibu” is a love song dedicated to her fiancé Liam Hemsworth. Taken from “Younger now” album, it marks a departure from the sound Miley has given fans on her last two albums. The music video features several shots of Cyrus frolicking with balloons on a beach, hanging out in wildflower-flecked fields, and running with a dog.