Miley Cyrus was born and raised in the industry. Her father, Billy Ray Cyrus is a famous country musician as well as an actor, her godmother the country pop goddess Dolly Parton, and her brother the vocalist and bassist of Metro Station. Despite her famous relatives, Cyrus managed to make a name for herself in her breakthrough TV show, Hannah Montana in 2006 and was quickly shot to fame as a Disney star. Cyrus broke away from her Disney image in 2010 with the release of ‘Can’t Be Tamed’, showing the more adult and mature side of the young artist. In 2013, Cyrus released her fourth studio album ‘Bangerz’, which she described as “dirty south hip-hop”. The album featured her famous single ‘Wrecking Ball’, which went 5x Platinum in the United States. Going back to her roots, Cyrus released a soft rock single entitled 'Malibu', in preparation for a full studio album coming out October 2017.