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Miley Cyrus's Sister Just Released Her First Music Video

Good job, Noah Cyrus!
IMAGE Noah Cyrus | instagram.com/noahcyrus

Noah Cyrus (Miley Cyrus's younger sister) released her debut single "Make Me (Cry)" earlier this month. The song—a collaboration with Labrinth—is a heartbreaking ballad that anyone suffering from a broken heart can definitely relate to. You can hear a bit of Miley's style in her singing, but Noah definitely has her own identity and gives a new treatment to her song. 

Miley even posted on Instagram about her sister's song debut and you can't deny how similar they look!

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Just recently, Noah and the Labrinth released the music video accompanying their single. The video shows the two of them in the same situation, and are singing to their significant partners. 

Hit the play button and tell us what you think.

What do you think of Miley's sister entering the music scene? Share it with us in the comments!

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