Noah Cyrus drops debut single with Labrinth
Noah Cyrus is launching a pop career with the help of Labrinth.
The younger sister of 'Wrecking Ball' hitmaker Miley Cyrus, 23, has teamed up with the London-based singer and producer for her debut solo single 'Make me (Cry)'.
Taking to Twitter to share the single, she wrote: "so happy to finally share this. my new song #MakeMeCry feat. @Labrinth is out now!!! (sic)"
It comes following the rumours that the 16-year-old singer has signed a record deal with Universal Music Group.
Noah's mother Trish previously tagged the address of the record label in an Instagram post, with the caption: "Here I go again #dejavu (sic)."
The rising pop star is reportedly set to rake in over $350,000 from the signing.
The Disney star is believed to have signed two contracts, one paying her $250,000 for the release of her debut album and another for writing worth $100,000, according to TMZ.
The gossip website also reports that if her first album is a chart success she would get a $1.5 million advance to make a follow-up.
Prior to the single, Noah teamed up with Frankie Jonas (Nick, Joe and Kevin Jonas' younger brother) for 'Ponyo Song' in 2009.
She follows in the footsteps of her pop superstar sibling Miley, their brother Trace, who is in pop punk band Metro Station, and their country music legend father, Billy Ray.