Trace Cyrus never planned on becoming an entertainer, but thanks to dear old dad, Billy Ray, and little sister Miley, he really didn't have much choice in the matter.

"I've been playing my guitar, and I've been on tour with Dad every summer since I was a kid," he told MTV News. "And I've seen mistakes he's made and the stuff he went through with labels, and I know that the music business is scary."

Nonetheless, when sister Miley gave him a CD of her co-star Mitchel Musso's brother Mason, a musical union was born.

"I fell in love with the music," Cyrus says. "I went down to the 'Hannah Montana' set one day to hang out with my sister, and Mason was there. We hung out a little bit and talked about music. The next week, I went over to his house, and we recorded our first song. Ever since then, we'd get together every weekend to make music, and I think our parents are shocked that it turned into something more than they expected."

The pop band, Metro Station's self-titled 2007 debut CD has sold more than 87,000 copies thus far, and even though what they do is very different from Cyrus' little sister, that doesn't mean they won't be teaming up in the near future.

"Actually I'm going to sing on one of the tracks on her next album," he said. "I can't say much about it right now, but we will be collaborating."