Noah Cyrus’ Debut LP Is Called ‘NC-17’

Mike Wass | January 30, 2017 5:08 pm
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After dropping (a lot of hints), Noah Cyrus confirmed that her debut LP is called NC-17 on Twitter this morning (January 30). It’s a clever title that works on several levels. Not only does it combine the rising star’s initials and age, it’s also the MPAA’s rating for explicit films with an age restriction. Edgy! There’s no release date as yet, but it can’t be too far away given the success of lead single, “Make Me (Cry).” In fact, the Labrinth collaboration is shaping up to be one the break-out hits of early 2017.

Noah’s moody bop has already sitting at number 55 on the Billboard Hot 100, but it’s destined to go a lot higher in the coming weeks. The song is exploding at pop radio and making serious inroads on iTunes. What can we expect from the rest of the album? “In my family, I grew up listening to my dad sing country music, but [NC-17] is definitely different from what I was raised listening to,” she told Rolling Stone. In fact, one of her biggest influences is Lady Gaga. So, moody electro with an organic vibe? See her tweet below.

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