Miley Cyrus Accused of Appropriation Again, This Time in a Lawsuit

We can stop talking about Miley Cyrus’s 2013 hit “We Can’t Stop” one day, conceivably, but today is not that day. The song, as well as its accompanying twerk-featuring video and “strategic hot mess” of a VMAs performance were called out for appropriation by culture writers and seemingly mocked by Jay-Z in song. And…

Miley Cyrus Quit Weed 'For a Second,' Doesn’t Listen to Ed Sheeran

John Norris (remember John Norris?!) wrote the cover story on Miley Cyrus in this week’s issue of Billboard in advance of her allegedly game-changing new album. (The first single “Malibu” drops next week.) I was about to call the interview “mostly unexciting,” but there are three to four good bits, which is honestly…

Watch Noah Cyrus and Labrinth Do a Beautiful Version of 'Make Me (Cry)' on James Corden

Noah Cyrus, the 17-year-old younger sis of fellow singers Miley and Brandi, will release her cheekily named debut NC-17 sometime this year, and the lead single is “Make Me (Cry),” a pleading, surprisingly produced love song with British dreamboat Labrinth. Last night the duo hit The Late Late Show with James Corden to…