Beneath all the weed-smoking, exploitation and accusations of bullying, Miley Cyrus sometimes finds time to engage in another hobby: singing. And when she separates herself from all the extraneous silliness, Cyrus' deep, husky voice is one of the most natural-sounding among her peers.

The singer stopped by BBC Radio 1 to perform an acoustic set, which included the breathy cover of Lana Del Rey's "Summertime Sadness" above.

"I'm ready to be on tour already," Cyrus told BBC (via MTV UK) about her upcoming string of dates. "I wish I could skip past all the tours and all the rehearsals and all that and how many meltdowns 'cause I get very anxious.

"I'm a little bit obsessive compulsive. I mean I'm so obsessive compulsive my closet is in alphabetical order by designer, so I'm like that crazy. So when it comes down to a tour, it's like 24/7 insane thinking about what it's going to be, but that's the fun part."

The singer also performed an acoustic version of "Wrecking Ball," available below.