Noah Cyrus Released a Single and She Sounds Just Like Sister Miley
If Hannah Montana were still on today Miley Cyrus's little sister Noah could easily help the title character juggle her double life by serving as a stand-in. Nowadays, not only is Noah a dead ringer for her 23-year-old big sis, she sounds a lot like the pop star too.
The 16-year-old just released her first single, “Make Me (Cry),” that showcases a gravelly voice much like her older sibling's sound. “I never needed you like I do right now. I never hated you like I do right now, because all you ever do is make me,” she sings on the track which features British artist Labrinth.
The EP would definitely be categorized as pop, though there’s no denying the country twang in Noah’s voice, likely thanks to dad Billy Ray Cyrus’s musical influence.
“So happy to finally share this. My new song #MakeMeCry feat. @labrinth is out now!!!” she wrote on Instagram alongside the gorgeous black-and-white cover art.
We have a feeling this isn’t the last we’ll hear from this talented teen.