Taylor Swift vs Miley Cyrus: ‘1989’ Singer Worried ‘Last Song’ Star Will Dominate Country?

By Staff Writer (staff@mstarsnews.com) | May 09, 2017 06:10 AM EDT
facebook tweet

Get the Most Popular Mstars News

A new report is starting to get the attention of fans because it involves Taylor Swift and Miley Cyrus. The rumor claims that the "Bad Blood" singer may be worried the "Wrecking Ball" star will take over country music. What could be the main issue here?

As fans know very well, Taylor Swift has dominated both pop and country music. She first made a name in the country universe but later moved on to other genres. This time, Miley Cyrus is doing the same. The singer is out to return to her roots, which is originally country.

It is then speculated that Taylor Swift may be getting worried about Miley Cyrus' new stint. If the "Climb" singer will release an album this year that will be bigger than what Swift will deliver, there is indeed a reason to be worried. After all, this is what Cyrus considers as her come-back project.

In fact, Miley Cyrus is receiving a lot of support from her fans and "Voice" family. The current coaches in the singing competition told Entertainment Tonight that they are excited to hear "Malibu." The song is part of Cyrus' album that is coming this year and it could be a big one just like the one Taylor Swift released in 2009.

Taylor Swift, on the other hand, is said to be busy with her 2017 album. There have been rumors suggesting that the "1989" star may be hiding. However, it appears that she was hiding for a good reason. Just like Miley Cyrus, she is preparing to unleash a new set of songs.

An insider told E! News that Taylor Swift has been working on her new album in Nashville. The "Blank Space" singer is said to be hard at work "around the clock." Swift is expected to reveal new details about her new album soon. Miley Cyrus, on the other hand, will release "Malibu" on May 11.

© 2019 Mstars News, All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission.

facebook tweet

Get the Most Popular Mstars News

Related Articles


Follow Us Everywhere

Sign Up for Our Newsletter

Music Times Network is always looking for well-versed, enthusiastic contributors and interns.
Submit your application today!




Most Shared

Real Time Analytics