Thought Miley was the only Cyrus family member to delve into the world of hip-hop? Think again.
Rapper Buck 22 joins the proud papa, Billy Ray Cyrus, on his recently dropped rap-infused sequel to his 1992 country hit, "Achy Breaky Heart."
Not sure if this is a sign of a budding mid-life crisis, but Billy Ray's new sound seems more appropriate for Miley's target demographic and not the middle-aged moms who fell in love with him in the 90's.
Twerk on Billy Ray, twerk on.
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