Miley and Noah Cyrus are beyond incredibly talented, and they're voices are both so unique and beautiful. Fans have been waiting for the two to collaborate on a song together, and they finally gave the people what they wanted.


The girls released a live recording of Noah's song 'I Got So High That I Saw Jesus.' While Noah first released the song in March, Miley and Noah sang it together for MTV's Unplugged.

Fans went crazy after Miley posted this video of the backyard singing session on TikTok, asking if they could please release it. Both singers complement each other so well with their raspy, almost vintage voices.

The cover art for the single was actually taken by their mother, Tish Cyrus. Noah wrote:

"Thank you to our mommy for capturing this moment of Miley and I walking to the top of the hill at our house in Nashville. Miley and I call that day the best day ever and it was. I didn't even know this photo existed til my mom posted it on Instagram."

Although Miley is seven years older than Noah, the two have always had a close bond as they both went on to being famous performers together. But, being the youngest sister of Miley Cyrus wasn't exactly the easiest thing - according to Noah. This past May, Noah opened up about feeling like a shadow of her older sister.

And that's why I write, 'My sister's like sunshine / Always bringing good light wherever she will go / And I was born to rain clouds / When they blew the flame out / Blessed in her shadows.' Because, that's why everybody always says to me, that no matter what, I was going to be in that shadow."

Their new song can be found on all streaming music platforms worldwide now - so make your day better and go listen!

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