Angel Haze Strips Down Miley Cyrus' 'Wrecking Ball'

(Radio.com) Angel Haze usually stays close to the hip-hop community, freestyling over beats by the likes of Drake, Kanye and Jay-Z, but today she decided to try something different.

Haze has stripped down Miley Cyrus' track "Wrecking Ball" and made it all her own for her 30 Gold project. Haze's acoustic version of Miley's infamous track shows her versatility of an artist.

Her vocals still maintain the song's pop-friendly vibe, but at the same time bring a new level of emotion to the table with her powerful, husky vocals that truly resonate with the R&B that Miley was aiming to capture.

The rapper has promised to deliver a freestyle every day for 30 days as a part of her 30 Gold project. Yesterday, she offered up her own take on Macklemore & Ryan Lewis' "Same Love." Listen to the Miley cover here.

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