Miley Cyrus, who captured great media attention for her groundbreaking Final Four performance, fired up her social media channels so as to celebrate that she became one of three “female artists to have albums from three different decades reach 1 billion streams on Spotify.”
As may fans know, Chart Data announced on April 5 that ‘Can’t Stop‘ hitmaker made history along with Lady Gaga and Taylor Swift through its official Twitter account. A shortly after the announcement, Cyrus took to her social media accounts and released a “How It Started VS How It’s Going” photo to honor her years in the music industry.
The ‘Plastic Hart’ singer posted a photo collage that sees her in a concert from ‘Hannah Montana‘ times and her Final Four performance as well; alongside the collage, Cyrus wrote the following message as a caption:
“I am honored to say I am now 1 of 3 female artists spanning over the last 3 decades to have an album reach 1 billion streams on @spotify 🖤 Proud to be in the company of @taylorswift & @ladygaga 💕”
Showing her gratitude for the fans who have been listening to her latest studio album ‘Plastic Hearts,’ and the 28-year old stated that they supported her life’s purpose in this way.
After writing that “music is an essential part of” her existence, Cyrus, who has been building her music career for almost 18 years, concluded her words as follows:
“I can’t thank you enough for making my dreams a reality. See ‘How it started VS How it’s going’ ☠️ 📸”
See below to view the photo.