On Miley Cyrus, Ratchet Culture and Accessorizing With Black PeopleDodai Stewart6/20/13 5:35pmFiled to: miley cyrusmusicratchet cultureblack peoplerace1.5K84EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkGIF A lesson from Miley Cyrus's new video: If you want to look "cool" and "edgy" and "tough," just steal the styles and dance moves of black people.The new pseudo-thugged out Miley has been percolating for a while; from her twerking unicorn suit video to her appearance on stage at a Juicy J show, the former Disney darling seems drawn to specific elements of a specific form of hip-hop. Not socially-conscious hip-hop. Dirty South/crunk hip-hop associated with strip clubs, pimps and drug dealers. Juicy J is formerly of Three 6 Mafia, a group who rose to fame with hits like "Slob On My Knob" and "It's Hard Out Here For A Pimp." The track Miley popped her ass to at his show, "Bandz a Make Her Dance," is specifically about hanging out in the company of strippers. Some key lyrics: ShareTweet Kinja is in read-only mode. We are working to restore service.