Miley Cyrus is bringing back her backyard sessions and it's for a great cause.
The singer officially launched her Happy Hippie Foundation, which, according to the website, hopes to "rally young people to fight injustice facing homeless youth, LGBT youth and other vulnerable populations."
To get the word out, Miley teamed up with one of her biggest idols, Joan Jett, whom she recently inducted in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, for the first installment of the #HappyHippiePresents: Backyard Sessions. The two trade verses as they perform a rocking rendition of Joan's 2013 self-power anthem, "Different."
Yet, this is just the beginning in a series of backyard sessions, which she first did two years ago, and might I suggest watching her cover of her Godmother, Dolly Parton's, "Jolene" because it's everything.
In the next few weeks, Miley will collaborate with Ariana Grande, Against Me!'s Laura Jane Grace and Melanie Safka for the sessions and each will give an option to donate toward the Happy Hippie Foundation.
Miley has been supporting homeless and LGBT youth for quite some time. In 2014, she asked a formerly homeless teen, Jesse, to accept her Video of the Year Award on behalf an organization dedicated to helping runaways and homeless youth.