Miley Cyrus Songs Remixed: Listen to 7 of the Best

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Miley Cyrus appears on NBC News' "Today" show on Oct. 7, 2013.

Miley Cyrus' has a mind of her own and her music is a direct reflection of her unapologetic attitude. The "Wrecking Ball" singer has proved her vocal versatility through various song collabs with producers such as will.i.am and Mike WiLL Made It and the ubiquitous voice can show up in any genre whether it's laced on a Disney pop-esque song or on a bass-heavy hip-hop beat.

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You don't have to search very far to find a Miley Cyrus remix these days. Here are 7 of the best Miley Cyrus songs remixed. 

"Wrecking Ball" - Afrojack

The video itself caused quite a commotion and became the subject behind parody videos, songs and memes all over the internet. The 2013 single from Cyrus' Bangerz album, which peaked at No.1 on Billboard's Hot 100 chart, became one of the many songs Dutch DJ/Producer Afrojack re-worked. 

"Someone Else" - Party Favor

Yes, another trap-mix for the soul.

23 - Mike WiLL Made It ft. Wiz Khalifa, Miley Cyrus and Juicy J

"J's on my feet, so get like me." Whether you had mixed emotions about Cyrus' bars on the track, this dance music version will make up for it! 

Adore You - DJ Swoon

This "trapmix" blends the booming dance style with the singer's melodic vocals for a compelling rendition. 

 

"Party in the USA" - DJ Styles

Jersey club music originally grew from Baltimore club music. The mixing style takes songs and speeds them up while adding a piercing beat repeatedly throughout the song. 

"Do My Thang" - Philip Podraza

Philip Podraza's re-work builds the Miley Cyrus song's momentum with a boosted bass accompanying the singer's croons.  

"Stay" - Moonnight

It's a stripped down version the original Miley Cyrus song's slightly up-tempo beat transforming the track into a dreamy dance ballad. 

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