Noah Cyrus is officially angling to become as big as her older sister Miley Cyrus. The 16-year-old sometime actress has inked a record deal with Records, also label home to rapper Nelly, and the aspiring pop star's wasted no time dropping her very first song.

"Make Me (Cry)" — not to be confused with Britney Spears' "Make Me"— is an electro-pop lament for a relationship that's too addicting to leave for good. In it, Cyrus teams up with UK singer-rapper Labrinth (born Timothy Lee McKenzie), who also produced the track. Cyrus family matriarch Tish Cyrus first sparked rumors that Noah was launching a music career of her own in July 2015 when she posted a photo of Universal Music Publishing Group's address to Instagram captioned, "Here I Go Again #dejavu."

Listen to Noah Cyrus' "Make Me (Cry)" below, and let us know if you think Noah's the next Miley.

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