Miley Cyrus vs Sinead O’Connor Mashup / Remix. The vocal track from Miley Cyrus’ ‘Wrecking Ball’ remixed with the music from Sinead O’Connor’s ‘Nothing Compares To You.’ Both tracks were resequenced and changed around quite a bit from the originals.
Miley Cyrus recently said that she took inspiration from Sinead O’Connor for her image and her music and then Sinead wrote a letter telling Miley to have more respect for herself and to be more mindful of the influence she has on her younger fans.
The two songs are the same tempo (60bpm) and the same relative key in major and minor (F/Dm), so they fit together pretty well. The music video is made up of clips from the official music videos for both songs as well as footage of Miley Cyrus from when she was a baby to the present day.
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