We are loving Miley Cyrus’ baby sister’s debut single

We are loving Miley Cyrus’ baby sister’s debut single

Noah Cyrus is all grown up and has followed in the footsteps of her famous musical family.

The 16-year-old has released her first single ‘Make me Cry’ in collaboration with Labrinth and it’s been in our heads since we heard it.

On your first listen you make be fooled into thinking that the vocal are one of her sister Miley’s but turns out those country tones are hereditary.

Yesterday the young singer released the video to the single and it complements the single perfectly.

The video features Cyrus & Labrinth serenading their sleeping partners about the love/hate relationships they find themselves in.

Apart from the throwing the odd item across the room, the video is the polar opposite to one of Miley's.

We are loving Miley Cyrus’ baby sister’s debut single

Until now Noah has been the only member of the Cyrus family to have not pursued a career in the industry, apart from appearing in a handful of Hannah Montana episodes with her sister and famous dad, Billy Ray Cyrus.


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