The Kid Laroi teases a collaboration with Miley Cyrus

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“This is wild!” Rapper The Kid Laroi sends fans into a panic as he teases a collaboration with Miley Cyrus

He made history as the youngest solo artist to top the Australian album chart.

And on Sunday, indigenous rapper The Kid Laroi, 17, freaked out fans when he teased a possible collaboration with Miley Cyrus.

The singer, whose real name is Charlton Howard, shared a series of photos on Instagram of himself and Miley, 28, in a Los Angeles recording studio.

“This is wild!” Australian rapper The Kid Laroi sent fans into a panic on Sunday when he teased a new collaboration with Miley Cyrus

In one photo, Laroi put his arm around the American hitmaker.

He also shared another photo of himself lying on a couch while Miley was recording a song in the studio.

Fans flocked to the comments section to share their excitement, with one writing, ‘Better to have a collab coming.’

New music?  The singer shared a series of photos on Instagram of himself and Miley, 28, in a Los Angeles recording studio

New music?  The singer shared a series of photos on Instagram of himself and Miley, 28, in a Los Angeles recording studio

New music? The singer shared a series of photos on Instagram of himself and Miley, 28, in a Los Angeles recording studio

“Laroi x Cyrus is coming,” commented another person. “This is wild,” agreed a third.

So we get a Miley Cyrus ft [featuring] in a new album you’d better drop soon? one fan asked.

“Will there be a new number?” questioned another.

Frenzy: Fans flocked to the comments section to share their excitement, with one writing, 'Better to have a collab on the way'

Frenzy: Fans flocked to the comments section to share their excitement, with one writing, 'Better to have a collab on the way'

Frenzy: Fans flocked to the comments section to share their excitement, with one writing, ‘Better to have a collab on the way’

Born in Waterloo, Sydney, Laroi grew up in relative poverty, spent his formative years in a housing committee block and couchsurfing with his mother.

He started rapping at the age of 13, mainly as an outlet to come to terms with his family struggles and the death of his uncle two years earlier.

He achieved modest success as a finalist in Australian radio station Triple J’s Unearthed High competition, but his real breakthrough came when he was signed to be the labelmate of international rap sensation Juice Wrld with Grade A Productions in 2019.

The duo quickly got close, with Laroi Juice Wrld even calling his ‘big brother’ after being selected to support him on the Sydney and Melbourne stages of his Australian tour in November 2019.

Rags to riches: Born in Waterloo, Sydney, Laroi grew up in relative poverty, spent his formative years in a housing committee block and bank surfing with his mother

Rags to riches: Born in Waterloo, Sydney, Laroi grew up in relative poverty, spent his formative years in a housing committee block and bank surfing with his mother

Rags to riches: Born in Waterloo, Sydney, Laroi grew up in relative poverty, spent his formative years in a housing committee block and bank surfing with his mother

Fate took a brutal turn and just weeks later, on December 8, Juice Wrld died at the age of 21 following a reported attack on Chicago Midway International Airport.

Prior to his death, Juice Wrld recorded a verse for GO, the lead single on Laroi’s debut mixtape, knowing it would make the teen famous overnight.

It did just that upon its June 2020 release, and in an instant, the talented Waterloo underdog had a single on the US Billboard Hot 100 – top megastar Justin Bieber he has been compared to – a feat many artists can only do. dream to achieve.

He became the youngest Australian to have a number one album on the ARIA charts with the release of F * ck Love (Savage) in July 2020.

Mentor: In 2019 he opened shows in Sydney and Melbourne for the late rapper Juice WRLD (pictured in August 2018), and was later signed by Juice's managers, Grade A Productions

Mentor: In 2019 he opened shows in Sydney and Melbourne for the late rapper Juice WRLD (pictured in August 2018), and was later signed by Juice's managers, Grade A Productions

Mentor: In 2019 he opened shows in Sydney and Melbourne for the late rapper Juice WRLD (pictured in August 2018), and was later signed by Juice’s managers, Grade A Productions

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