Miley Cyrus royalties paid my rent for three years: Jessie J

Singer Jessie J has revealed that the royalties from Miley Cyrus's hit 'Party In The USA' paid her rent for years.

hidden December 30, 2014 15:31:31 IST
Miley Cyrus royalties paid my rent for three years: Jessie J

London: Singer Jessie J has revealed that the royalties from Miley Cyrus's hit 'Party In The USA' paid her rent for years.

Miley Cyrus royalties paid my rent for three years Jessie J

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The 26-year-old singer penned the track for inclusion on Cyrus's 2009 EP The Time of Our Lives, reported Digital Spy. "You've got to write songs, that's where the money is, being an artist. 'Party In The USA' paid my rent for, like, three years.

"Actually it was way longer than that. That's where I get most of my money. I write songs. I'm a singer. I love endorsements and stuff, but that's all added on," she said. Meanwhile, the 'Bang Bang' singer said that all female artists are "speaking about the same thing" in their songs.

"All women are saying, singing and speaking about the same thing, but in their own way - love, heartbreak, reassurance, sexiness, belief, how we look, how we feel. We're all singing about it and doing it," she said.

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