Noah Cyrus Gets Real On Suffering Depression And Anxiety
The 18-year-old opened up in a candid interview for L'Offciel USA.
Noah Cyrus has spoken out on battling depression and anxiety in an interview for the September issue of L'Officiel USA.
The baby sis of fellow singer Miley Cyrus revealed that working on her latest album was an outlet to channel her emotions into, saying:
"This EP is mostly just about how my emotions have been, and about my anxiety, and about how I've been struggling with depression, and how it's okay to feel those feelings," the 18-year-old told the magazine.
"A lot of people like to judge you, and make fun of you on the Internet, and people make you feel crazy whenever you're in a depression, or having anxiety or having a panic attack. It's about that and being sad and having your emotions and not being able to ignore the feelings you're having," she added.
She also revealed that her latest projects will explore her "emo" side, citing her brother Trace as inspiration into the genre.
"Yeah, this next series of my art and my music is going to be an exploration of a more 'emo' side for sure," she said.
"I think that probably stems from growing up with Trace Cyrus in my house because he was the king of emo," she added, referencing her brother Trace, the former frontman of Metro Station.
This week, Noah dropped her single "Live or Die" that features her rapper boyfriend, rapper Lil Xan, posting a sweet pic to her 'gram to celebrate. "hey babe we have a song out togethheerrr now," she captioned the pic.
Her debut album 'NC-17' is set to be released later this year.