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5 Best Miley Cyrus’ Songs In Hannah Montana On Loop! Time To Celebrate The Series’ 14-Year-Anniversary!

Hannah Montana forever!

It was in 2006, when we, as starry-eyed kids, were introduced to the dual life of Miley Stewart an average schoolgirl by day who moonlighted as teen pop star Hannah Montana by night. Not only did the hit Disney Series give Miley Cyrus as Hannah Montana a permanent place in our nostalgic childhood memories but also turned into a bona fide pop star as she marked the era with her upbeat teen pop tracks in the series. 

For the four years the series ran, the pop culture impact of its soundtracks and original songs was palpable- they were not just Disney’s original tracks but a musical era they had swiftly ushered the world into. It was her years as the blond-wigged teen pop star on Hannah Montana and her mesmerizing voice that won Miley Cyrus the millions of hearts she rules on today!

So, today, as we celebrate 14 years since Miley Cyrus debuted in our lives as the bubbly Hannah Montana, how about reminiscing the old memories and shaking a leg to her popular songs in the hit Disney series?

  • Best of Both Worlds

Best of Both Worlds is, undoubtedly, the one song everyone has committed to memory- it was the title track of the teenage-drama that introduced Hannah Montana to the world. Truly an unforgettable track.

  • He Could Be The One

While Miley Cyrus has been bang on about millennials’ struggles in her songs, Hannah Montana’s ‘He Could Be The One’ presents the typical teen dilemma of choosing between two potential boyfriends. Needless to say, the song was her most successful single on the music charts- it was at No. 10 on the Billboard Hot 100! 

  • Who Said

Most of the songs sung by Miley Cyrus in Hannah Montana were about her double life, but not this one. ‘Who Said’ was one of the rare ones which instead highlighted as a girl-power anthem with Hannah explaining that she can be whoever she wants to be. 

  • Nobody’s Perfect

Talking about self-acceptance with accompanied by an infectious screamy chorus, Nobody’s Perfect may come across as a bit corny, but hey, this is pop at its best!

  • We Got The Party

Any ardent fans of Miley Cyrus’ Hannah Montana here? Here is a fact- not all songs in the series deserved merit but throw in Hannah’s signature upbeat pop-rock and the Jonas Brothers, and BAM! You get 2007’s best pop number “We Got The Party”!

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