Hannah Montana Goes Dubstep! An Extremely Detailed Breakdown
Miley Cyrus is a woman now. And as we speak, she's probably taking face-fulls of Borgore's cake.
The hedonistic, nasty-as-he-wanna-be brostepper released a confection-themed song about bangin' bitches and they friends back in March. It's called "Decisions (Bitches Love Cake)," and it's full of nasty drops and skeezy innuendo.
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Just listen and try not to freak out.
0:00 - 1:07
It starts with some standard brostep intro and standard Borgore lyrics about how he gets whatever he wants from the ladies because he's famous. "Bitches love cake," he informs us. He's not sharing his bitches either, apparently. Then BOOM, there's the drop. It's kind of hard, we guess. As hard as Disney-assisted brostep can be. This banger is Mickey Mouse approved.
1:08 - 1:36
And here we can actually hear the moment dubstep died. If you listen to dubstep and think you're making some social statement about our youth's unvoiced aggression and defiance to conform, all that's over. Dubstep is now about drug-themed apparel and serving up cream-pies to young girls with alt haircuts.
Yo check out Decisions me &
@borgore new track
-- Miley Ray Cyrus (@MileyCyrus) August 20, 2012
1:36 - 2:03
Okay so, let's be real. Listen to these lyrics. "Headache for my management / gossip column resident / Your mom and dad might hate me but in five years I'm the president." Add to that the fact that we've already concluded all duets are backed by actual doing it, and we can conclude that Miley is all up in that bass.
2:04 - 3:21
Another drop, more dueting. In an interview with Rolling Stone, the producer explains that her involvement was a secret just to see if die-hard dub fans would enjoy the song on its own. "If someone used to like the tune before ... and now he doesn't like it just because she's on it, he's lying to himself," he said. "I think being a nonconformist is being the biggest conformist." Damn, put that on a Hot Topic kandi bracelet and sell it.
He goes on to quip that, "All I see is a super hot girl that has an amazing voice and is super fun to work with." So, there it is. What do you think?
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