The Big Bang

Album: Single Release Only (2010)
Charted: 98
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  • Rock Mafia are n American record production/songwriting team consisting of Tim James and Antonina Armato. Rock Mafia have worked with Miley Cyrus on several of her projects including the pop singer's hit singles "See You Again," "7 Things" and "Can't Be Tamed."
  • The music video features Miley playing a mysterious girl, who lures co-star Kevin Zegers into chasing her around the city. "Rock Mafia is my family and there's nothing that means more than creating with them," Miley told E News of making the clip with Rock Mafia. "The video is unique and honestly, was a life changing experience. This song means a lot to me."
  • A cover version by British Pop singer Katy Tiz was released in 2014 on Rock Mafia's RMR label.
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