Miley Cyrus’ Little Sister Noah To Sign Record Deal With Universal?
It looks like Noah Cyrus could be following big sister Miley Cyrus into the music business. The 15-year-old, who recently showed off her vocal chops at an open mic night, is rumored to have signed a record deal with Universal Music Group. The (not-entirely convincing) proof? Mom Tish Cyrus posted a picture of the record company’s address on Instagram along with the caption “Here I go again #dejavu.” It’s thin, but Noah is the perfect age for a country/pop newcomer.
Of course, she has already released one single — teaming up with Frankie Jonas (Nick Jonas’ younger brother) for the iconic “Ponyo Song” way back in 2009. And if Noah does decide to enter the music business, she will have no shortage of people to turn to for advice. Brother Tracy Cyrus is touring again with “Shake It” rockers Metro Station, while big sister Brandi Cyrus is one half of alt-pop duo Frank + Derol. (She is also working on new solo music). Oh, and there’s alway country superstar dad Billy Ray Cyrus.
Tish Cyrus’ Instagram post:
Noah covers “Riptide”: