Noah Cyrus has recruited the help of Labrinth to help launch her music career.

The 16 year old - who is the younger sister of musician Miley Cryrus, 23, - has joined forces with the 'Earthquake' hitmaker and producer on her debut solo song 'Make Me (Cry)'.

The star shared the news of her debut music venture on social media, she tweeted: ''so happy to finally share this. my new song #MakeMeCry feat. @Labrinth is out now!!! (sic)''

This news comes after allegations Noah had signed a record deal with Universal Music Group.

Noah's mother Trish teased the news Noah was set to follow in her siblings footsteps and was set to have a career in the music industry, as she tagged the record label's address in an Instagram post.

She captioned the upload: ''Here I go again #dejavu (sic).''

And according to TMZ, Noah is rumoured to earn over $350,000 from the signing, whilstshe will reportedly boost her earnings after she allegedly signed two contracts, one paying her $250,000 for the release of her debut album and another for writing worth $100,000.

And it is believed if Noah becomes a chart success with her debut LP she will rake in an additional $1.5 million to make her second compilation.