Not only does Pharrell love Miley Cyrus’ new hair cut, but he also adores her artistry. Being a child star (that sings) has its perks and setbacks. Though it frequently elevates the kids to superstardom, the ones with actual talent (Keke Palmer, Raven-Symoné) aren’t taken seriously as singers and performers. Arguably, the watered-down age-appropriate pop music Disney and Nickelodeon provide for them is mostly the problem.
Despite the setbacks, Pharrell realizes Miley’s talent and wants her to succeed. Skateboard P has been working with Miley to create ‘sexy new sounds’.
“I’m Morpheus, and she’s Neo,” he says referencing himself and Miley to The Matrix. “I can’t tell her what to do, I can only let her find it within herself.” That wasn’t too hard, since Cyrus is “an old soul” who went into the studio knowing exactly what she wanted. He keeps gushing: “Her voice is unreal. She’s got that amazing low tone. It sings like it’s from ’79. I don’t usually compliment my own stuff, but it’s unlike anything she’s ever done before. And I have a lot of respect for her—don’t care what anyone says. ‘Party in the U.S.A.’ was a big record. She challenged the pop world with that song.”
He also spoke on “giving” his virginity to an older woman. Read the full article at Bullett.