Miley Cyrus signed a new recording contract with Columbia Records.
The ‘WTF Do I Know’ singer signed on the dotted line for her new contract with the big label after leaving RCA Records – where she had been on the roster since 2013 – which released her latest studio album, ” Plastic Hearts ”.
Along with a snapshot of her holding her paper contract in hand, she wrote on her Instagram story: “WHEN I DON’T WORK. IM RUNS MY MF BUSINESS. Let’s take the tour. (sic) “
Miley – who has released three albums with RCA – joins her sister Noah Cyrus on Columbia.
Label CEO Ron Perry is said to have “personally courted” the 28-year-old superstar.
Meanwhile, fans are still waiting for the release date of Miley’s Metallica cover album.
The ‘Midnight Sky’ hitmaker recently revealed that Sir Elton John is tingling ivories on his take on the heavy metal titan’s 1991 classic ‘Nothing Else Matters’.
The record also features Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith and 18-time Grammy-winning cellist Yo-Yo Ma.
She said, “I did a Metallica cover of ‘Nothing Else Matters’ with Elton John on the piano. I have Yo-Yo Ma, Chad Smith. So many stars [are] in this group.