Miley Cyrus says she feels like Metallica’s ‘Nothing Else Matters’ “was written for me”

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Cyrus recently covered the iconic track for ‘Black Album’ tribute album ‘The Metallica Blacklist’

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Miley Cyrus reflected on her love for Metallica’s ‘Nothing Else Matters’, saying she felt like the hit song was “written for me”.

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Cyrus covered the track for the first time during her Glastonbury 2019 set, and recently shared a recorded version for the tribute album ‘The Metallica Blacklist’. He also performed on the song with Metallica. Howard Stern Show last month.

  • Read more: ‘The Metallica Blacklist’ review: A huge tribute to ‘The Black Album’

In a new interview with Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich interview journal, Cyrus shares her love for the song, and how she hopes it will make her fans embrace her true musical taste.

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“This eclectic mosaic of a collaboration that we have brought to life [on ‘The Metallica Blacklist’ is reflective of [unity]Cyrus said. “It’s like, ‘Fuck you.’ For you to listen to my cover of ‘Nothing Else Matters’ with an open mind is an example of this – you don’t judge who I am, what I’ve done, or how people see me.

“Giving me permission to cover ‘Nothing Else Matters’ on the record is like you guys are validating my relationship to this song,” he said. “It felt like it was written for me, and it was something that I was able to make mine. And now, my fans are hooked to it too.”

Last year, Cyrus shared his intention to record an entire Metallica cover album. The news came after the singer had previously cited Metallica as an inspiration behind her new album Plastic Hearts, which she said “will be a reflection of who I am”.

review of Metallica Blacklist, nme Wrote: “This is a record that makes ‘Donda’ positively zippy. Essentially, the record descends into a series of multi-band cover-offs, with the listener acting as Caesar, deciding Which ‘winning’ version really should have made the cut. Half the time you feel like you’re doing the compiler work for them.”

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