|Studio album by Miley Cyrus|
|Miley Cyrus chronology|
Breakout is the debut album of American pop singer, Miley Cyrus.
Breakout is the first album by Miley to not have any affiliation with Hannah Montana. Miley stated that Hannah Montana 2 Meet Miley Cyrus was getting to know Miley, and Breakout is a more in depth look. Cyrus co-wrote all of the tracks excluding "Breakout", "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun", "These Four Walls", and "Simple Song".
Two of the four songs are remakes of past songs. "Girls Just Wanna Fun" is a remake of the 1983 hit by Cyndi Lauper. "These Four Walls" is also a remake of Cheyenne Kimball's "Four Walls". Coincidentally on the same album, Cheyenne also has a song titled "Full Circle", but Cyrus's song is an original.
Miley performed a free concert during Good Morning America as part of their Summer Concert Series. Cyrus also performed for Today's Summer Concert Series as well.
Cyrus guest hosted MTV's TRL, where she announced a special edition of Breakout would be released later on the year. The special edition would feature "Don't Walk Away" and a track called "Hovering", which would feature her older brother, Trace Cyrus, who is the lead singer for Metro Station.
Charts & SalesEdit
- "7 Things"
- "The Driveway"
- "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun"
- "Full Circle"
- "Fly On the Wall"
- "Bottom of the Ocean"
- "Wake Up America"
- "These Four Walls"
- "Simple Song"
- "See You Again (Rock Mafia Remix)"
- Bonus Tracks
- "Don't Walk Away" (TBA)
- "Hovering (feat. Trace Cyrus)" (TBA)