Miley Cyrus has discovered her true voice—and needs the world to comprehend it.

On Wednesday, Oct. 20, Interview journal printed its cowl story: an interview Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich performed with the 28-year-old musician. Cyrus, who has lined the steel band’s 1992 hit single “Nothing Else Issues,” talked to the man musician in regards to the criticism she’s obtained over her singing voice, which has modified over the previous 12 months.

“My complete life, whether or not in vocal coaching or simply persevering with to hone my craft, it is at all times been about, ‘Why do you sound like a person? The place’s your f–king falsetto, bitch? Why cannot you sing the excessive octave of ‘Celebration in the usA.’ anymore?'” she mentioned. “On this music, I get to sing in that low register, and I get to dwell in that genuine, real sound.”

She continued, “My voice is how I signify myself. It is how I specific myself. I’ve labored with so many individuals who inform me, ‘We will have to usher in a singer to hit these excessive components.’ You understand, ‘falsetto’ is that this Latin time period for when a boy goes by way of puberty, however they nonetheless need him to sing within the choir. It means ‘false’…I haven’t got a false voice.”