Noah Cyrus
Noah Cyrus

Noah Cyrus

About Noah Cyrus

The youngest child of country superstar Billy Ray Cyrus, Noah Cyrus may not indulge in the outrageous media antics of her notorious older sister Miley. However, since the mid-2010s, she’s amassed a repertoire that’s every bit as adventurous and unpredictable. Born in Nashville in 2000, Noah followed her sister’s path from the screen to the stage, first appearing on her dad’s medical drama Doc when she was just two, before playing supporting roles alongside Miley on her Disney show Hannah Montana. However, Noah’s debut single “Make Me (Cry)”—a collaboration with British R&B star Labrinth, released when she was just 16—introduced a singer with a beautifully weary, wise-beyond-her-years voice that suggested a post-EDM Stevie Nicks. Since then, Cyrus has occupied a space somewhere between the coffeehouse and the club, as comfortable belting out gospel ballads with singer-songwriter Gallant (“Mad at You”) as communing with SoundCloud-rappers like XXXTENTACION and former flame Lil Xan over distorted beats and electronics. But for all Cyrus’ trend-spotting savvy, her 2020 EP THE END OF EVERYTHING presents her primarily as an archetypal ’70s-style singer-songwriter with a flair for timeless melodies and a willingness to engage in frank, intimate conversations about what it means to be (as one of its breakout singles puts it) “Young & Sad.” As Noah explained to Apple Music, “Being young and a brand-new artist, there’s a lot of people telling you what to do and how to be. I’ve found I’m not going to be happy unless I speak up—and so the music you’re getting is just me in a room with my friends.”

  • HOMETOWN
    Nashville, TN
  • BORN
    January 8, 2000

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