From Hannah Montana to We Can't Stop, it's obvious that Miley Cyrus' music has evolved into a much more mature sound in just the 6 short years since she jumped onto the scene.
Can you believe the girl is only 20 years old?? Whaaa???
Let's take a nice little trip down the Miley memory lane where we'll find so many musical goodies from her past….
Here's Miley performing Nobody's Perfect as Hannah Montana from the soundtrack Hannah Montana 2: Meet Miley Cyrus in 2007:
Miley's first single was See You Again from Hannah Montana 2: Meet Miley Cyrus in 2007. She didn't make an official video, but she did record this weird home singalong video with her friends:
Miley then had her first official music video with Start All Over (2007) from Hannah Montana 2: Meet Miley Cyrus in 2007:
She released her first single 7 Things from her non-Hannah Montana related album, Breakout in 2008. It was allegedly about Nick Jonas, which Miley has not confirmed or denied.
Fly on the Wall was Miley's last single to come out from Breakout in 2009
Hannah Montana: The Movie brought us The Climb in 2009:
And, one of Miley's best, Party in the U.S.A. was released in 2009 off of the extended EP The Time of Our Lives.
In 2010, MileyBird couldn't be tamed with her new album and single Can't Be Tamed:
Who Owns My Heart was the second video from Can't Be Tamed:
She then performed a cover of Poison's Every Rose Has Its Thorn with Bret Michaels on Good Morning America in 2010:
She guest starred on Decisions with Borgore in 2012. Her fiance Liam Hemsworth dressed in disguise as a unicorn for the official music video:
Then, Miley gave us a Christmas treat in 2012 with this lovely backyard acoustic version of Dolly Parton's Jolene:
And just a week ago, she released this reeferific music video with Snoop, Ashtrays And Heartbreaks:
And on Monday, she released her latest single, the summer jam of 2013, We Can't Stop:
Which Miley era was UR favorite??
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