Dolly Parton has enlisted the talents of Miley Cyrus to collaborate on a cover of Cyrus’ hit song “Wrecking Ball.” The 77-year-old music icon released this captivating rendition, which features Cyrus, her goddaughter, and a fellow renowned singer and actress, on a Friday.

The musical partnership holds special significance as it marks the blending of their musical legacies. Miley Cyrus, whose father is the celebrated country artist Billy Ray Cyrus and a close friend of Dolly Parton, took to Instagram to express her excitement over the collaboration. She shared her admiration for her “Aunt Dolly,” emphasizing that she had grown up performing Dolly’s music and felt deeply honored to have her sing one of her own songs. Cyrus’s message radiated affection and enthusiasm, describing the collaboration as another remarkable addition to their shared journey. She affectionately signed off as “Forever your Baby Doll, Miley.”

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“Wrecking Ball” is a track from Miley Cyrus’s fourth studio album, “Bangerz,” which was released in 2013. The song’s iconic music video has garnered more than 1.1 billion views on YouTube, making it a defining moment in Cyrus’s career.

Parton’s rendition of “Wrecking Ball” is included in her upcoming album, “Rockstar.” This highly-anticipated album is a fusion of nine original tracks and 21 covers of beloved rock classics. The star-studded lineup features collaborations with prominent artists such as Stevie Nicks, Elton John, Steven Tyler, and others.

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Notably, Dolly Parton had previously released a cover of the 4 Non Blondes’ song “What’s Up?” featuring Linda Perry in September, further building anticipation for “Rockstar.” The album is slated for release on November 17, promising to be a remarkable addition to Parton’s celebrated musical repertoire.