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Welcome to Noahcyrus.net, your best source and first fan website for Noah Lindsey Cyrus. We have been a fan and running a support page since 2012 and decided to make a website for all the new fans joining the #cyrens fanbase. Noah was born on January 8, 2000 in Nashville, Tennessee. Born to country star, Billy Ray Cyrus and Tish Cyrus. She grew up mostly in LA alongside her 4 siblings, Miley ,Trace , Brandi , and Braison.  She is mostly known for her hit single, " Make Me (cry) ", lead voice actress on " Ponyo " and guest appearances in " Hannah Montana " and " Doc

June 24, 2017
  /   Filed Under : Interviews

Miley Cyrus has played many different roles throughout her career in entertainment, but this one may just be her most important yet: as older sister and mentor to up-and-coming singer Noah Cyrus.

“I think it makes you jaded, it makes you guarded, and I don’t ever want her to get like that,” Miley told radio host Elvis Duran of the downside to fame during the inaugural podcast of iHeartRadio’s Label Defiers with ZICO Coconut Water. “Or your style or the way that you think because you want to please people. I really hope that she never feels those pressures and I hope other people respect her and don’t actually make her something she’s not.”

Noah, now 17, signed a record deal with Barry Weiss’ record label, RECORDS, in November, and dropped several singles in subsequent months, including “Make Me (Cry),” “Stay Together” and “I’m Stuck.” The aspiring multi-hyphenate has also been developing her acting career over the years, lending her voice to the lead character in 2008’s anime flick Ponyo and running a webshow with Emily Grace Reaves called The Noie and Ems Show between 2009 and 2010.
Miley, now 24, got her own start as a fixture in the Disney universe as the lead in hit series Hannah Montana at the young age of 11, and has undergone many creative and personal shifts as she grew up and evolved under the spotlight.
The “Malibu” singer has made her fair share of controversial decisions over the years as she moved away from her clean-cut Disney image, including a topless Vanity Fair shoot in 2008, sending nudes to then-Disney heartthrob Joe Jonas that same year, pole dancing at the Teen Choice Awards in 2009 and infamously twerking on Robin Thicke at the 2013 MTV VMAs.

When you’re in this industry, adults treat kids like adults,” 

she said. “I think the way people judge you or people would write articles on me when I was a kid going through the times of having crazy breakouts or going through break ups or whatever I was going through, people would treat me like I could handle those comments as an adult, like I had this thick skin.”
One of the things she’s warned Noah has been how and when she interacts with social media, a hotbed of scathing criticism.

I always tell Noah, keep your Instagram comments turned off,”

 “Never read anything that anyone says about you. Don’t Google yourself.”
Not that Noah is necessarily going to follow in Miley’s footsteps. The youngest Cyrus sibling, Miley said, is set on carving her own path, out from under her big sister’s long shadow.
“She didn’t even tell me that this was really happening all of a sudden, which I think she wanted to really do it on her own,” she said. “So I’m really proud of her that she did. I think she really didn’t involve me as much … I think she just wanted to get out on her own two feet without this having anything to do with me.”


June 1, 2017
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“This is my third time meeting her,” a Noah Cyrus fan tells me giddily as we wait for the singer to perform her latest hit, “Stuck,” at the TuneIn studios in Venice, California. He’s not the only fan in the intimate audience with their own Cyrus story: Several of them chat excitedly about her “epic” performance at Wango Tango, where she performed her new track “I’m Stuck” and her hit “Stay Together.” While major spaces like Wango Tango and Coachella — another festival that had Cyrus grace the stage — are surely shows her fans will remember, this intimate performance is extra special. Cyrus may be a relative newcomer to the music scene, but she certainly knows how to hold her audience’s attention.

I’ve personally had Cyrus’ anthem to carefree nights with friends stuck in my own head ever since the singer belted out “Stay Together” at the MTV Movie & TV Awards. (Which she did in front of skateboarders cruising down a halfpipe, FYI.) The song — an ode to the wild night where most of the fun is had goofing off in the back of an Uber, rather than popping bottles at the club — is carefree, fun, and should conjure up plenty of nostalgia. For Cyrus, however, it’s a wholly authentic song. She’s still very much living those teen days — even if she’s a little busier than your typical 17-year-old.
The singer — who, yes, is the younger sister of Miley and the daughter of country crooner Billy Ray — is having a blast working on her upcoming album, appropriately titled NC-17. The wildly different released singles — which also includes “Make Me (Cry)” a heartbreaking tune featuring frequent collaborator Labrinth — are proof Cyrus isn’t here to cater to any audience. In fact, that might just be why her fans are so passionate about her.
I spoke with Cyrus after her performance at the TuneIn studio, where we talked about her craziest fan moment and how she dealt with the haters.
Your new song “I’m Stuck” has a country flair to me. Do you feel a connection to country music?
“For sure. I’ve been listening to country since I was a baby, you know, going on the road with my dad and stuff and just him raising me listening to Dolly [Parton] and Johnny Cash and a ton of these country artists. It’s always been a part of my roots, but this is the only song on the album that ties in that country sound.”
“Stay Together” is such a fun song. Is there a particular night or moment that you are singing about when you perform that song?
“Not really. When I wrote ‘Stay Together’ I was thinking of a particular moment, but it just reminds me of hanging out with my friends, and doing stupid shit with my friends, and then the next morning being like ‘What the hell was that?’ [Laughs] That’s kind of what it reminds me of. Of the first time I snuck out [of my house.] It’s more about after the party, you know? Hanging out after [all of that.]”

“That was all I wanted for the album, was for it to be relatable to everyone listening, because it’s super personal, the whole album.”



May 18, 2017
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Noah Cyrus wasn’t nervous about her first awards show performance until 10 minutes before it happened.  Two days prior to the May 7 live debut of her new single “Stay Together” at the MTV Movie & TV Awards, the 17-year-old was relaxing in a gym at the back of a Van Nuys, Calif., studio, after hours of rehearsals alongside four backup dancers. Cyrus said that she had expected the ­performance to be “laid-back”; when she hit the stage in a baggy white tracksuit and a mesh top, however, her ­choreography appeared ­awkward, her hip-hop swagger tentative and her vocal prowess muted by the spectacle of the ­skateboard half pipe onstage behind her.




“I had so much fun, but I am not a dancer,” says Cyrus with a laugh two days after performing. “It was the first time I worked with a choreographer, and I was out of my comfort zone. I’m still testing the waters a little bit every time I go onstage.”

Four years ago, Noah’s older sister, Miley Cyrus, dominated an MTV awards show by wagging her tongue and twerking. Yet Noah is not Miley, and the younger Cyrus is not barreling toward a Bangerz-esque promotional cycle. She censored the F-bomb while performing “Stay Together,” a summery toast to fleeting party thrills, and confesses that she was too busy fangirling over the Stranger Things stars in the crowd to focus on pushing FCC boundaries.

Although Noah describes herself as “not a very provocative person,” she hasn’t shied away from studio risks during her short career. Her debut album, cheekily titled NC-17 and likely arriving this fall, was first previewed with “Make Me (Cry),” a somber duet with British artist Labrinth. The downtempo song was issued last November as a non-single but peaked at No. 46 on the Billboard Hot 100. “Stay Together” was a sharp turn toward pop upon its April release, but NC-17 won’t necessarily linger in that space. There’s a torch song that’s more seductive than “Make Me (Cry),” a country track that addresses a troubled relationship and an electronics-driven ode to adolescent apathy that has huge hit potential.


“The one thing I’d like to get across about my album is how personal it is,” says Cyrus, who speaks about her first serious romantic relationship with an ease beyond her years. “In the beginning of last year, I was going through a breakup while writing. But now, I’m not heartbroken anymore — it was for the best and I think a blessing in disguise.”


May 10, 2017
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Last year, before she had put out any music, Noah Cyrus came into the i-D office in London to give us a sneak peek at what she had been working on and we knew right away that she was so much more than just Miley’s little sister. Six months later, when we met again, Noah’s life had completed changed.

Over the weekend, Noah released the video for Stay Together, a catchy summer anthem that’s almost as addictive as that water droplet sound in her emotional debut, a duet with Labrinth called Make Me Cry. Taken from her forthcoming debut album NC-17 (named after her initials, her age, the year, the movie rating) the video for the new single dropped in a whirlwind of teen dreams, nocturnal adventures and not giving a fuck. Driving through LA with her real life friends, Noah sings an ode to millennial life in 2017; how “nothing lasts forever, but wouldn’t it be nice to stay together for the night?” carrying on the party once, “the uber’s here… driver pass that aux to me.” Before smashing your phone screen, getting donuts on the drive home and breaking into the public pool.


May 10, 2017
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Sister of Miley and daughter of Billy Ray, Noah, 17, is the last of the Cyrus clan to go solo with a single called Make Me (Cry) and the forthcoming release of a first album. Meet a pop star in the making.

She was already famous even before she wished to be. Noah Cyrus, raised by a father country star in the media shadow of his illustrious elder, never really experienced anonymity.

Born in the aftermath of the millennium, she was only three years old when she made her debut in an American series before appearing, several years later and several times, in Hannah Montana, embodied by a still peaceful Miley Cyrus.

The one that had hitherto been retained the mutinous face of the first and very young red carpets borrows this year the path that already seemed traced to him by unveiling a first single Make Me (Cry) in featuring with the British producer Labrinth. The Californian tells in this melancholic ballad, between the voluptuous repertoire of Lana Del Rey and the electric pop of Miley, the difficulty to get rid of a toxic relationship.



April 13, 2017
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She’s only 17 years old, but don’t let her age trick you. This girl is on a roll and ready to conquer the world. Her name? Noah. Noah Cyrus. That will sound familiar in a lot of ears, and we probably don’t have to introduce you to her family. I don’t even want to. When I heard that I would get the chance to interview this sweet girl, I started going through all the interviews she already did. I’m still astounded by how journalists make everything revolve about her family. She’s her own fucking person, you know? I think it’s about time that people recognize her for the artist that she is, and not for the last name she possesses.

That being said, I’m glad that I got to know Noah a little bit better. (am I allowed to call her by her first name? Is our friendship on that level yet?) After our cozy sit-down at her hotel in Brussels, I realise that she’s also still a teenage girl and nothing different than us. And with that, I don’t mean that she isn’t special, but she’s also just a human being. We tend to idolize so many people and forget that they also have a life behind the spotlights. I got to know an incredibly down to earth girl that likes to watch Beauty and the Beast five days in a row in bed.


Noah Cyrus started breaking grounds some time ago with her single “Make Me (Cry)” featuring Labrinth. The song has a certain amount of ‘je ne sais quoi‘ that makes me (and a lot of other people) love it. But I truly fell in love with her when she did an acoustic performance of an unreleased song called ‘Almost Famous‘. I advice you to just watch the video, close your eyes and listen. You’ll get goosebumps for sure. It’s so genuine. So filled with emotions. I can’t get over it.

That’s what I expect her album, called NC-17, to be. In our interview Noah revealed that all the songs are based on her life experiences and each tells a different personal story. Although she wouldn’t reveal too much about the tracks we haven’t heard yet. Noah likes to be secretive about it and she doesn’t want to spoil too much. It certainly makes me even more curious. She will be giving a glimpse of what we can expect with her upcoming single called Stay Together, which will drop on April 14th.


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April 13, 2017
  /   Filed Under : Interviews, Radio Promos

Who Does Noah Cyrus Like The Most: Miley or Metro Station?

We asked Noah Cyrus to choose between her siblings and her answer is absolutely savage.

Think of your two all time favourite albums. Go on, think really hard. You got them? Good. Now, if you had to get rid of ONE of those albums forever and never hear it ever again, which one would get the chop? One of life's toughest questions that, tbh. 

We posed that exact question to Noah Cyrus over on this week's episode of the PopBuzz Podcast. Except in her version, there was a BIG Cyrus shaped twist involved. You see, we didn't just pick any old albums, we decided to throw in two albums that she knows veeeeeery well. 

We chose her sister Miley's Bangerz and her brother Trace's band Metro Station's self titled album.




OH YEAH. We went there. The ultimate test of sibling loyalty. But whose album did Noah save? And whose album are we going to have to say a fond farewell to?

In what we can only call the Cyrus shocker of the century, Noah opted to save... Metro Station!



It took Noah a split second to confess her allegiance to her brother's band (a decision which seemed much easier to make than trying to decide her favourite member of One Direction, btw.) Turns out, Noah was, and high-key still is, Metro Station's biggest fan. At the age of 9, she would go to all their concerts and make her own personalised merch. 

"17 Forever, Control and Shake It. Those were like, my favourite songs ever. I was the biggest Metro Station groupie ever!"





Read more at http://www.popbuzz.co.uk/exclusives/podcasts/noah-cyrus-favourite-album-miley-metro-station/#xQzAQsmPKqf5Xaxz.99