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Miley Cyrus’ much-talked-about “twerking video” and recent comments on “hood music” have caught the attention of many — including the Ying Yang Twins.

Now, the hip-hop duo is releasing a new mixtape dubbed A** in Session and it features a song specifically dedicated to the pop star, entitled “Miley Cyrus.”

The song’s fast tempo syncs to lyrics filled with repeated references to Cyrus such as, “Do the Miley Cyrus, walk with it / Do the Miley Cyrus, b*tch get low.”

The Twins published a tweet on Sunday about the song: “We are about to turn some heads.”

While this may be true, Cyrus has yet to release any statement in regards to their new track.

However, Cyrus has spoken out about her public embrace of hip-hop music and culture.

In an interview with Billboard, Cyrus said: “I love ‘hood’ music, but my talent is as a singer.” She also complained that some pundits have typecast her as a “white Nicki Minaj.”

The pop star has also recently teamed up with rapper Snoop Lion (formerly known as Snoop Dog) for the song “Ashtrays and Heartbreaks.”

Is a musical mash up with Cyrus and the Ying Yang Twins expected next?

The Ying Yang Twins, who often refer to themselves as “leaders of twerk,” are popularly known for their hits “Shake It Like a Salt Shaker” and 2005’s “Wait (The Whisper Song).”

Listen to their new song “Miley Cyrus” here.