Miley Cyrus’ single “We Can’t Stop” has been doing well after it’s debut on this week’s Hot 100 chart following its June 3 release. The only thing is “We Can’t Stop” wasn’t meant for Cyrus. What!!! The hit originally was meant for a different singer. The song’s producer, Mike said the track originally was meant to be for “Pour It Up” collaborator, Rihanna.
“When I originally worked on ‘We Can’t Stop,’ we had did it for Rihanna. The idea was more towards Rihanna,” Mike WiLL Made-It tells MTV News. “Rihanna, she heard ‘Pour It Up’ right away, and she didn’t even hear ‘We Can’t Stop.'”
After Mike finished wrapping up on Rihanna’s album “Unapologetic,” Cyrus was next in line after Rihanna to collaborate with Mike. Sony and him believed that song was “perfect” for the pop star. The song was going to be her comeback on to the scene. Her new edgy look and this single opened her back in the spotlight. Miley Cyrus loved the song and now it is her lead single to her fourth studio album.