Noah Cyrus & Labrinth Bring “Make Me (Cry)” To ‘The Ellen Show’

Noah Cyrus' Debut LP Is Called 'NC-17'
Noah Cyrus confirmed that her debut album is called 'NC-17' on Twitter.

Noah Cyrus is making a huge impression with debut single, “Make Me (Cry).” A moody collaboration with UK artist/producer Labrinth, the electro-ballad is shaping up to be a massive hit — cracking the top 50 of the Billboard Hot 100 and racking up more than 90 million streams on Spotify. Those numbers have been assisted by a string of excellent live performances on late night TV and award shows. It should get another boost by the unlikely duo’s appearance on today’s (March 13) episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show.

Noah and Labrinth have had a lot of practice at performing the song at this point and it shows. The “Chasing Colors” singer has the vocal down perfectly, while her collaborator never misses a beat. They have been trying out new arrangements, which sound rawer and more dramatic than the studio version. It will be interesting to see if the 17-year-old’s debut LP, the cleverly-titled NC-17, lives up to the promise of this song. Buzz track “Almost Famous” suggests that it might. Watch them in action below.

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