2019 is poised to be another banner year for Noah Cyrus. As one of today’s hottest up and coming artists, Cyrus has been forging her own path in pop music since her debut single “Make Me (Cry)” went straight to #1 on Spotify’s Viral Global Chart within hours of release and has since surpassed 500 million global audio and video streams. For the second year in a row, Cyrus also snagged her second MTV VMA nomination, while her single “Team” f/ platinum artist, MAX, gained steam and charted at radio.
Cyrus has become known for “penning honest pop bops as an ode to her independence,” and her songs have been continually deemed “anthems,” as she continues to convey reflections on her generation. She has collaborated with an impressive list of her peers including Labrinth, MØ, Gallant, Jake Bugg and Alan Walker, to name a few.
The 18-year old was hand-picked to open for Katy Perry on her 2017 U.S. arena tour, and in April of 2018, she sold out her first Los Angeles show at the Troubadour in mere minutes. She recently embarked on her first headline tour this fall as she continues to amass a growing fanbase, lovingly deemed “The Cyrens.”
Cyrus was recently the new face of Hollister in an extensive global campaign alongside artist & friend, Khalid, and has graced the cover of Seventeen’s annual Prom issue. She has graced the stage at Coachella for two consecutive years and performed on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, Ellen, and The Today Show, among others. Cyrus made her televised awards show debut at the 2017 iHeartRadio Music Awards, where she received a standing ovation from the audience following her performance of “Make Me (Cry)” with Labrinth.