Noah Cyrus Drops Debut Single, Launches Music Career

Noah Cyrus Drops Debut Single, Launches Music Career

Noah Cyrus Drops Debut Single, Launches Music Career

And it's not the amped-up party anthem you've come to expect from her sister.

And it's not the amped-up party anthem you've come to expect from her sister.

Text: Ian David Monroe

Another Cyrus family member has started a music career! Last night, sister of Miley and daughter of Billy Ray, Noah Cyrus, dropped "Make Me (Cry)" with the help of UK artist Labrinth. The track hears the 16-year-old emerge with a more alternative sound than her sister's pop-heavy tracks, though the two do share the same gravelly vocals. Given this is just a teaser track, there is no telling which direction she will head next, but it's safe to say it will be promising.

"Make Me (Cry)" comes as a bit of surprise given that Cyrus hasn't even hinted on social media about being in a recording studio. In fact, the only clue we had came over a year ago with an Instagram post by mom Tish Cyrus. She posted a photo outside Universal Music Publishing and captioned it "Here I go Again #dejavu."

Noah Cyrus and Labrinth will join Zane Lowe today on his Beats 1 radio show to talk about "Make Me (Cry)," at 1PM EST. Hopefully, we'll find out a little bit more about what this musical scion will do next.

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