The song, which is scheduled to make its radio debut Monday, according to New York Post blog Popwrap, is an uptempo track with semiautobiographical lyrics that revolve around Miley's move from Tennessee to Los Angeles. The song also references Britney Spears and Jay-Z as artists who the song's protagonist is listening to.
However, according to Idolator, the song that leaked is a demo version and on a subsequent version of the song, Jay-Z's name has been replaced with Kanye West's. A rep for Cyrus' label, Hollywood Records, hadn't responded to MTV News' request for comment at press time about this report.
Miley's clothing line is scheduled to make its big debut at Wal-Mart stores in August as well. Miley debuted photos of the line on her Twitter page, where she wrote, "So excited about Miley and Max :) yayy!"
She also took to Twitter to talk with the song's producers, Dr. Luke and Claude Kelly, who broke the news to her about the leak. "How did my friggen song get leaked???" she tweeted to Perez Hilton. "Whatevs. Do you likey?"