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Was JoJo Siwa’s ‘Karma’ initially a Miley Cyrus tune?

JoJo Siwa in the music video for "Karma" (left) and Miley Cyrus in the music video for "Can't Be Tamed" (right)

Dance Mothers alumna JoJo Siwa has formally entered her (self-proclaimed) dangerous woman period with new single “Karma” – however was the tune initially written for Miley Cyrus?

With a brand new ‘grown-up’ perspective, a press tour declaring a brand new “homosexual pop” style and lyrics about being a ‘dangerous woman who did some dangerous issues’ (however not dangerous sufficient to really drop the F-bomb within the tune’s lyrics), and a KISS-inspired look, Ms Siwa is actually taking her rebrand severely.

The only’s shiny and sapphic music video, which incorporates greater than a average quantity of humping as JoJo finds herself caught in a love triangle on a yacht, then a seaside, then the yacht once more, have solely served to emphasize that Siwa’s efforts to have a Miley Cyrus ‘second’ à la 2013’s Bangerz is properly and actually underway.

Following the discharge of “Karma”, a number of rumours started floating round on X (previously often known as Twitter) that ‘Karma’ truly is a scrapped Miley Cyrus tune; however how true are they?

Was ‘Karma’ initially written for Miley Cyrus?

Whereas neither JoJo Siwa, Miley Cyrus or any of the tune’s writers and producers have confirmed the origins of “Karma”, right here’s what we all know.

In 2010, Miley Cyrus started her efforts to shake her Disney-constructed good woman picture after turning into recognized to the general public as tween sensation Hannah Montana. That PR pivot ostensibly started with the discharge of “Can’t Be Tamed”, a single that noticed dad and mom throughout the US clutch their pearls on the realisation that Cyrus wasn’t truly her on-screen, bubblegum pop princess character.

It’s possible you’ll be noticing some similarities between JoJo’s proclaimed profession trajectory, however the coincidences run deeper than that.

Manner again in 2011, a Miley Cyrus fan account tweeted {that a} single named “Karma’s a B*tch” was a single scheduled to be launched – and sure, that tune title is a lyric from JoJo Siwa’s newest providing.

The monitor was, nonetheless, by no means launched, and condemned to the graveyard of Miley Cyrus bangers.

Miley herself then appeared to verify that the monitor was hers with a tweet tagging producers Timbaland and Rock Mafia in reply to a now deleted-post, with Rock Mafia including:

“Can’t overlook what’s unforgettable… [Karma’s a b*tch].”

Rock Mafia additionally produced Cyrus’s single “Can’t Be Tamed”.

If we pivot again to ‘Karma’ by Ms Siwa, you’ll discover that the writing credit of the one are listed as Antonina Armato, Desmond Youngster and Tim James; Armato and James are the co-founders of Rock Mafia.

Together with a second producer named DJ White Shadow, Rock Mafia are listed because the tune’s producers.

It’s additionally value noting that Armato has written for Disney stars like Cyrus, Demi Lovato, Selena Gomez and extra previously, together with for the previous’s “Can’t Be Tamed”.

Mainly, there’s no manner of figuring out for positive whether or not “Karma” was initially written for Miley Cyrus, however it’s not implausible.

At time of writing, neither Cyrus nor Siwa have publicly commented on the speculation, and the one issues that hyperlink the 2 tracks collectively are its producers, and its lyrics – however that’s been sufficient for a lot of followers.

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