Noah Cyrus makes live TV debut on ‘The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon’
‘Make Me (Cry)’ surpasses 100 million streams, climbing on Billboard Top 100 Chart
“The younger Cyrus sister stakes her claim with a bonkers-pop beauty.” Sunday Times Culture
“Noah Cyrus drops an emotional, heartfelt banger…we’ve had it on repeat here and we recommend you do the same.” I-D
“Make Me (Cry) is a leftfield pop ballad featuring UK singer Labrinth that shows off her raspy vocals, emotional lyrics, and sophisticated songcraft.” Dazed
“She’s set for a massive 2017” V Magazine
Noah Cyrus has made her stunning late-night television debut performance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, accompanied by Labrinth on quickly-rising first track, “Make Me (Cry).”
WATCH ‘Make Me (Cry)’ Live on Jimmy Fallon
Having already surpassed 100 million streams, ‘Make Me (Cry)’ also recently became the #1 shared song in the world on Spotify: it is now continuing its ascent of the Billboard’s Hot 100 chart, on top of being named the second most-added song at US Top 40 radio this month (just behind Ed Sheeran). With additional early support from Annie Mac on Radio 1 and Zane Lowe on Beats 1, Noah Cyrus is rapidly building a truly global young audience (with 50K sales in the UK alone, plus gold and platinum certifications across Europe).
The introductory track from the youngest Cyrus has been met with unanimous praise, with MTV calling it “the perfect breakup song” and Rolling Stone deeming it an “R&B-tinged pop tearjerker.” V Magazine named her an “Artist to Watch in 2017,” confirming “she’s pretty set for a massive 2017.”
Noah Cyrus is now hard at work on her forthcoming debut full-length album, which she announced last night would be titled ‘NC-17’ and will be released later this year via SYCO Music.
WATCH the ‘Make Me (Cry)’ official video