Noah Cyrus' Video For Debut Track MAKE ME (CRY) Featuring Labrinth Out Now

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Just last week Noah Cyrus unveiled her debut song "Make Me (Cry)" featuring Labrinth to critical acclaim and on Nov. 22, the accompanying video premiered via Dazed

Filmed in Los Angeles, the emotional clip was directed by renowned British director Sophie Muller (Beyoncé, Coldplay, Gwen Stefani) and sees Cyrus and Labrinth, mirroring each other's longing for their partner's amorous affection. 
"As soon as I heard the song I wanted to do it. I loved her voice on it and thought it was so arresting and brave sounding," Muller said.
"I feel like I got to make a great moment with two creatively exalted people," Labrinth said.
Cyrus said, "Lab is like a big brother to me, so having him on set for my first video was amazing. Also, getting to work with someone as talented as Sophie was such an honor. I had the best time making this video."
The introductory song was met with unanimous praise in the U.S. and abroad, and has already garnered five million combined streams and views in just one week. 

Billboard deems it "A step away from the typical bubbly pop song most singers launch their careers with," while Seventeen says its, "One of the edgiest pop songs of 2016."

In the U.K., The Daily Mail affirmed she "Stands out with her own unique, dreamy sound," and i-D said, "We've had @noahcyrus' new banger 'Make Me (Cry)' on repeat here at i-D HQ and we recommend you do the same."

Hailing from music family royalty, Cyrus is no stranger to the industry, yet has a strong voice of her own. 

She has officially signed a record deal with RECORDS, as well as a publishing deal with sister company, SONGS Music Publishing. 

She is currently writing and recording songs for her forthcoming album.

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