SONG SPOTLIGHT: Noah Cyrus, ‘Make Me (Cry)’
Noah Cyrus burst onto the music scene in 2016 with some big shoes to fill. Father Billy Ray is an accomplished singer-songwriter while big sister Miley is an established superstar in her own right.
Debut single Make Me (Cry) is very much an experimental pop song that, despite its efforts to sound alternative, has been met with commercial radio success.
Featuring top UK producer and collaborator Labrinth, the single has made solid ground reaching the Top 20 at US Pop Radio.
Locally, Make Me (Cry) currently sits at #49 on the Hot 100 airplay chart, while peaking at #44 a fortnight ago. Upon its official service to radio in late November, Make Me (Cry) was the third Most Added track to Australian radio.
— Beats By Dre (@beatsbydre) April 12, 2017
In the Australian digital charts, Make Me (Cry) peaked at #65 on the Australian iTunes chart, #40 on the Shazam chart and #55 on the Spotify chart.
The track has also been particularly well received in Europe where it peaked at #6 in Norway and #20 in Sweden. Make Me (Cry) has just under 70 million YouTube views worldwide.