Miley Cyrus came in like a “Wrecking Ball” as she sat down for an interview with “Metallica” drummer Lars Ulrich for a cover story on Interview magazine. During the chat, she revealed all the negative feedback she has received for her low voice.

"My whole life, whether in vocal training or just continuing to hone my craft, it's always been about, 'Why do you sound like a man? Where's your f---ing falsetto, b---h? Why can't you sing the high octave of 'Party in the U.S.A.' anymore?'" the 28-year-ols singer reflected.

"My voice is how I represent myself. It's how I express myself," Cyrus explained. "I've worked with so many people who tell me, 'We're going to have to bring in a singer to hit those high parts.' You know, 'falsetto' is this Latin term for when a boy goes through puberty, but they still want him to sing in the choir. It means 'false.' "

Both Cyrus and Ulrich also discussed her recent Metallica cover of “Nothing Else Matters” which she sang on the tribute album, The Metallica Blacklist. The track is also featured on Elton John's upcoming record, The Lockdown Sessions.

"This song means something to me on the deepest level," Cyrus said of the track, adding that she "felt free" while performing it.

The "Malibu" singer further revealed that due to pandemic-related restrictions, she was able to experiment with her recording process as she had to record the song at home instead of a recording studio.

"I even went down to some of those octaves, because singing those super-low lead vocals is so satisfying," Cyrus said. "In this song, I get to sing in that low register, and I get to live in that authentic, genuine sound," she continued.

At one point during the interview, she proudly embraced her authenticity, as she stated "I am who I am. I say what I mean in the moment, even if that changes tomorrow. I was honored by the fact that I didn't have to sing this song in the way that females are 'supposed' to sing," the musician added.

"You can hear that at the end of the song, when I take the gloves off and just start flying. That part of the song really grabs people. It's that lower register of my voice. So I'm grateful to have a song where I can lean into that," she concluded.

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