The Cyrus family are one talented bunch. From country music legend Billy Ray Cyrus to his megastar daughter, Miley, there’s a disproportionate amount of talent floating around. And now we can add Noah Cyrus into the fold.
The youngest of the Cyrus clan just dropped her very first single, and it’s really quite good. The song, “Make Me (Cry)” is way different than most artist’s first, pop-inspired hit—including Miley’s—as it follows a slower beat with a theme relating to toxic love and heartbreak.
The younger sister of ‘Wrecking Ball’ hitmaker Miley Cyrus, 23, has teamed up with the London-based singer and producer for her debut solo single ‘Make me (Cry)’.
Rumors that Noah was working on a music career began to surface early last year. What’s more, the 16-year-old also reportedly signed a record and publishing deal worth $350,000in September this year.
Though “Make Me (Cry)” is her first single, it’s not the first time she’s recorded. In 2009, she sang the Ponyo children’s theme song with Frankie Jonas (yes, as in Nick Jonas‘ younger brother).
As for her budding music career, Noah saying, “My dad always had me sing alongside him while he played guitar. He taught me how to harmonize to an old song of his, ‘Missing You.'”
Of course, given Noah’s musical heritage, it’s no surprise that she’s also venturing into the world of music. However, we didn’t expect her debut single to be so weird, wonderful, and totally amazing.
Source By: Internet