Trace Cyrus teaming up with his father for the next project

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Trace Cyrus is the brother of the famous and popular singer, Miley Cyrus. Like her, Trace is also connected to the music industry in several ways. He has loved music since childhood and aims to pursue it throughout his life. 21 years old, Trace, has also achieved so much at a very young age.

The amount of exposure he has had in such a short time period is absolutely amazing. He was part of the Metro Station Band earlier. He wrote songs, played guitar and even sang for the band; that played a major role in his success. To everyone amazement, he was adopted by Billy Ray Cyrus (father of Miley Cyrus).

He is one of those people who are crazy about fame and fan following. Trace said on several instances that his journey was full of hurdles and problems till now and he expects it to be same in future; journey to success is not a piece of cake. You need every bit of your passion and zeal to flourish in the music industry.

Recently it was announced that he is planning to do a new project with his father. Father and son are looking to team up for a TV show by the name ‘UFO: Unbelievably Freaking’. Trace is really excited about his new project as he believes it is something he has never done before.

He further added that he always been interested in finding the truth about existence of UFOs and he has finally got the opportunity to do that. The show is going to be all about finding the truth behind the conspiracy theories developed till date. We wish Trace Cyrus all the best for this project and all those projects that he intends to do in future.

“The existence of paranormal phenomena is something I’ve always wanted to explore further. Getting the opportunity to take this adventure with my son, who has always had a keen interest in this area, is a dream come true. I hope this series can shine a light on some of the activities we have questioned, and the mysteries that have long inspired us,” Billy Ray told TV Guide.

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