Tweets: Photos with Sia, Pharrell and Miley

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Sia, an Australian singer/songwriter/DJ whom has collaborated with a few big names before, Tweeted photos of herself, Tony and Gwen, Pharrell Williams and Miley Cyrus this afternoon. It looks like they were all in the studio at the same time — a possible collaboration or just a run in? Probably the latter. Gwen Tweeted back saying that she is Sia’s number one fan.

18 Replies to “Tweets: Photos with Sia, Pharrell and Miley”

    1. @Jenny, that’s really great to know, cause if ND and Miley did do anything, I would not be listening to it.

      I do not buy Miley’s act. I get that she’s all grown up and she wants to show everyone by wearing what she’s wearing, smoking stuff, and all that jazz, but she still has kids looking up to her and she should be acting like it. If she wants to smoke some fake weed, do it behind closed doors by yourself…. I swear, she’s getting as bad as KIm K.

      1. Yeah, I honestly don’t think we should take anything from these photos. I really think they were just all working in the same studio and posed for a photo.

  1. SO WISH I WAS THERE! SOME MAGICAL ENERGY COOKIN’ UP! KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK! IN LOVE WITH WAITING FOR THE NEW ALBUM!!! -MX

  2. SO WISH I WAS THERE!!! LOOKS LIKE SOME MAGICAL ENERGY IS COOKING UP! KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK! I’M SO IN LOVE WITH WAITING FOR THE NEW ALBUM! DON’T MAKE ME WAIT IN VAIN! LOVE YOU ND! -MX

  3. I think everyone is really mean to Miley Cyrus. I DON’T LIKE HER MUSIC but I think she seems like a good person. She’s always been very avid about LGBT rights and smoking does NOT make you a bad person. Her outfits aren’t that bad either – Demi Lovato and Selena Gomez wear just as “revealing” things and nobody says stuff about them. And why is a woman wanting to show off her body a bad thing? Slut-shaming isn’t cool. We shouldn’t be so harsh.

    In any case, I wouldn’t want Miley to work with No Doubt. Pharrell might make some cool beats for them again, though. 🙂

  4. And why are people on a NO DOUBT forum judging her for smoking weed? Remember that song “Start the Fire” by No Doubt? Or “Luxurious” and “Crash” by Gwen Stefani? Or that part in “Easy” by No Doubt? Or “Push and Shove”?

    1. Start the Fire, Luxurious, Crash and Easy may have references to it, but they’re not explicitly about it. That’s really reaching. The only song you listed that directly spoke about it was Push and Shove.

      Start the Fire was about make-up sex….

  5. Really?

    ALL of those songs have references to weed.

    Start the Fire is about fighting and then deciding to smoke weed together and be sweet instead of fighting. “Let’s burn the morning sweetly”
    “go on and get the lighter/ we’re gonna need some fire/ let’s get a light HIGHER/ the battlefield is tired”

    Luxurious definitely references weed.
    “We’re hooked up with the love ’cause we grow it/ we got hydroponic love and we’re smokin’/ we burn it you and I, we are so lit”
    It’s talking about love, but it’s using weed as a metaphor for love.

    Crash DIRECTLY references weed:
    “I got the kush/ Kettle One/ waiting for your engine. . . ”
    “I got it rolled and ready to burn”

    Easy:
    “Got to get a change of scenery/ Got to get a taste of greenery”

    Push and Shove:
    “Anytime/Anyplace we blaze”
    (Gwen even mimics holding up a blunt in the music video)
    “Have a drink if that’s what you want/ bubble it if that’s what you want”
    (there’s even an article online where Gwen argued with Tony that “bubble it” is referencing hitting a bong)

    That’s not even including Busy Signal’s references to weed.

    I didn’t say these songs are directly about smoking (except Start the Fire, which is really romantic) but they all definitely reference smoking marijuana.

  6. Really? I didn’t say these songs are directly about smoking (except Start the Fire, which is really romantic) but they all definitely reference smoking marijuana.

    Start the Fire is about fighting and then deciding to smoke weed together and be sweet instead of fighting. “Let’s burn the morning sweetly”
    “go on and get the lighter/ we’re gonna need some fire/ let’s get a light HIGHER/ the battlefield is tired”

    Luxurious definitely references weed.
    “We’re hooked up with the love ’cause we grow it/ we got hydroponic love and we’re smokin’/ we burn it you and I, we are so lit”
    It’s talking about love, but it’s using weed as a metaphor for love.

    Crash DIRECTLY references weed:
    “I got the kush/ Kettle One/ waiting for your engine. . . ”
    “I got it rolled and ready to burn”

    Easy:
    “Got to get a change of scenery/ Got to get a taste of greenery”

    Push and Shove:
    “Anytime/Anyplace we blaze”
    (Gwen even mimics holding up a blunt in the music video)
    “Have a drink if that’s what you want/ bubble it if that’s what you want”
    (there’s even an article online where Gwen argued with Tony that “bubble it” is referencing hitting a bong)

    That’s not even including Busy Signal’s references to weed.

    I am NOT saying these songs are just about weed, but the references are there, so we shouldn’t judge someone who got a picture taken of them and then leaked to the media smoking salvia.

    1. No one argued that they’re not references. But your original post made the songs sound way more explicit in their dealings with it. In fact, most of them are just the faintest and quickest one or two line things and we move past it.

      I will argue that Start the Fire is not about what you think it’s about. Read the verses. It’s about getting into a big fight, makeup sex and working through your issues. Yes, the lyric is “Let’s burn the morning sweetly” but the follow-up line is “Get over here and complete me.” Or that whole refrain that goes “Climb in and love me.” Or all of the images of sleep, cuddling and being in bed together.

      I’ve always found weed to be the metaphor, one of two, in the song. Not the explicit content.

  7. Thanks Lil! 🙂 I’m not trying to be mean or get on anybodys case.

    JXSPX the point of my post was to not judge someone who got a photo of themselves leaked without their permission smoking salvia, when ND/Gwen purposefully put these references in their music. Whether or not they’re the “quickest” little lines or not, they are there. You can hear them and read them in the lyrics. And that isn’t a bad thing, it’s their choice.

    And about Start the Fire, I’ve obviously listened to the lyrics (and song) a multitude of times. We’ll just have to agree to disagree. I think it’s about the same thing you do, except I think it’s more about love, making up, and smoking together (as an act and symbol of reconciling). In any case, the main thing is love.

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