By Steve Lombardi
Miley Cyrus performed over the weekend at the home of Mike Novogratz , CEO of Galaxy Investment Partners. Miley wore a red leotard, black heels, and messy blonde hair during her set, according to TMZ.
Michael Edward Novogratz is an ex-hedge fund manager, formerly of the investment firm Fortress Investment Group. He is current CEO of Galaxy Investment Partners which focuses on cryptocurrency investments such as Bitcoin and Ethereum.
TMZ reported the hedonistic pop star, who has influenced millions of children: that while Novogratz was hanging out with his guests, including Bobby Shmurda … MC belted out some of her best hits, including “Party in the USA” and “Wrecking Ball.” According to Page Six … she also covered Sinead O’Connor’s “Nothing Compares 2 U.”
TMZ continued: the private bash apparently had a Coney Island mermaid parade theme. Get this … there was even a pop-up of Nathan’s complete with a hot dog eating contest and an appearance from the 76-hot dog crushing man himself, Joey Chestnut.
There were also tents offering partygoers booze and food … plus ice cream stands throughout, and one of those “silent disco” areas, where everyone listens on headphones.
Novogratz is the CEO of Galaxy Investment Partners, a cryptocurrency investment firm. Originally scheduled to start his Galaxy Digital Assets Fund on December 15, 2017, he shelved plans because he “didn’t like market conditions.”
He stated in 2017 that 20% of his net worth was in Bitcoin and Ethereum. He says he made $250 million from crypto currency from 2016-2017.
Galaxy Digital Holdings Ltd. is one of the few cryptocurrency companies required to publish financial results. In the first nine months of 2018, the company lost $136 million in cryptocurrency trading, according to Bloomberg.
Cyrus, a daughter of country music singer Billy Ray Cyrus, emerged as a teen idol while portraying the title character of the Disney Channel television series Hannah Montana (2006–2011). She since switched he image and sports a different style every year, she is unrecognizable from the Disney star she once was.
Cyrus possesses a mezzo-soprano vocal range, although her vocals were once described as alto, with a “Nashville twang” in both her speaking and singing voice. Her voice has a distinctive raspy sound to it, similar in vain to that of Pink and Amy Winehouse. On “Party in the U.S.A.” (2009), her vocals feature belter refrains, while those on the song “Obsessed” (2009) are described as “husky”.] Releases such as “The Climb” (2009) and “These Four Walls” (2008) feature elements of country music and showcase Cyrus’s “twangy vocals” , Wikipedia summarized