Noah Cyrus has taken the world by storm since her debut track “Make Me (Cry)” featuring Labrinth became an international hit, racking up more than 1000 million streams on Spotify.
Now, the 17-year-old is gearing up to release the second single off her anticipated album.
Cyrus recently announced the news on her Instagram account, sharing the song’s cover art, title “Stay Together” and April 14 release date.
Last month, the singer opened up to Schlon magazine about creative process behind her upcoming LP NC-17, which is due out later this year.
“During the process of making NC-17, I had a boyfriend, so a lot of the songs are about my breakup. I was really sad after and realized it was a big mistake, because I didn’t realize how happy I was in the moment and that I took it for granted,” she shared.
Cyrus also discussed her solo career and family’s musical success. “I want people to see me as my own person. It doesn’t bother me that people compare me as a little sister, or youngest daughter of my dad, but when my album does come out, I want to be thought of as Noah Cyrus.”