The “Wrecking Ball” singer expressed gratitude on Twitter after announcing the list on Wednesday (December 1).
“I turned 29 last week. It’s now or never. Thanks for the honor,” wrote Cyrus, along with a video from her 30 Under 30 photo shoot.
In the video, the singer says “writing is the greatest joy” she has “in life”.
“It’s my favorite element of what I do,” she said. “Acknowledge it and be grateful every day for the fact that I write songs for a living because a lot of people write songs and it’s not what makes them see and let me be one of those people. there. Guys, I’ll never forget how lucky I was. ”
“As with anything, distance makes hearts grow so that distance from my fans is the longest I’ve had since I was 12 years old, almost two years away from me and my audience. , the pandemic broke out and just flared up. That rekindled my gratitude that I had to be a live musician first,” added Cyrus.
This is the second time the Tennessee-born singer has been featured on Forbes’30 under 30 listings.
Cyrus was selected as part of the roster in 2014, but has been invited back to the 2021 lineup due to her recent accomplishments, including chart-topping albums, feminine product company debuts Hers and other investments.
Singers Doja Cat, Ingrid Andress, Conan Grey, Lil Baby, G Herbo, Tate McRae, Saweetie, Brent Faiyaz and Polo G were also part of the show. Forbes this year’s list.
https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/music/news/miley-cyrus-forbes-30-under-30-b1968262.html Miley Cyrus overjoyed at Forbes 30 Under 30: ‘Thanks for the honor’