‘Make Me (Cry)’: Miley Cyrus’ Lil Sis Noah Cyrus Taps Labrinth For Impressive Debut!

Ready for some music from a member of the Cyrus family? And no: I’m not talking about Miley Cyrus or her older half-sister Brandi Cyrus, who was once part of a fantastic but short-lived pop duo called Frank + Derol. Rest in peace.

I’m talking about the younger member of the Cyrus family, little Miss Noah Cyrus. YUPP. The 16-year-old former actress recently inked a recording deal with RECORDS LLC, and just released her debut single “Make Me (Cry)” – Not to be confused with “Make Me…” by Queen of Pop Britney Spears.

Produced by and featuring Labrinth, “Make Me (Cry)” is slow-drifting drowsy ballad, complimented by soaring strings, semi-gloomy synths and erratic drum patterns, that is as mesmerizing and infectious as some of Miley‘s more somber moments on Bangerz, or even Lana Del Rey‘s more urban-influenced productions. “I never needed you like I do right now/ I never hated you like I do right now/ Cause all you ever do is make me [teardrop sound],” she sings on the hook. It’s big and sad and anthemic, and undoubtedly impressive.

I sure as hell didn’t see this coming, but I’m not mad at it. What do you guys think?

Noah Cyrus debut single “Make Me (Cry)” is also avaible on Spotify and Apple Music!

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