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Noah Cyrus is all grown-up on her first single 'Make Me (Cry)'

First Posted: Nov 29, 2016 12:53 PM EST
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From the family of musicians and singers, after Bill Ray Cyrus and Miley Cyrus here comes another pearl, Noah Cyrus with her first single, Make Me [Cry]. The young singer can be seen trashing her apartment in her emotional video.

The video features UK singer Labrinth, who brings a crisp mode to the song. The song, with Noah's deep and emotional voice, sounds mature and sensible. It does not give a feeling of being sung by someone who is yet to graduate.

The most beautiful part of the song happens to be when every time the word "Cry" is replaced by the sound of a water drop. It gives that hollow feeling of emptiness and depth, being filled with water or tears of separation.

Anybody who has recently gone through the pain of separation will get an ugly cry with this song. It brings back a lot of memories of the loss of your loved ones. It also clearly displays that despite being with their significant others in the present, both the singers feel so lonely inside, as reported by Fuse.

The lyrics are beautifully weaved with the music, video, and emotions of the on-screen couple. They compare their lovemaking to hurricanes and storms. They both agree to the fact that the loudest sound of the world was not audible but each other's heartbeat could be heard.

Noah is being highly appreciated for her work as a singer and the model in the video. Labrinth too comes as a charm for the viewers. She believes that she's lucky enough to get to work with him right in the initial project.

She posted the video on her Instagram account and has shared a few shots from the video too. Her father and sister are among the top supporters of her work and can be seen appreciating and encouraging her to keep up the good show.

Watch Noah Cyrus' music video "Make Me (Cry)" featuring Labrinth here:

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