Noah Cyrus Says Lovelorn New Album NOT About Lil Xan!
Noah Cyrus tells Cosmo in a new interview she doesn’t even have anything to say about her relationship with Lil Xan.
But what she does say tells us all we need to know!
Despite the PDA-filled music video for Live Or Die, she flat-out denies any of her new album, the Good Cry EP, is about that specific ex:
“This record is not about Lil Xan.”
She also slams the rapper’s claims the entire three-month relationship was a publicity stunt to sell records:
“No. I’ll make that clear—in bold and highlighted and underlined. I didn’t do anything for publicity.”
“I don’t even have anything to say about that. It was perfect timing, that’s for sure. I think a lot of people thought it was on purpose, but it truly was just perfect timing. I was going through a break-up with somebody I was with for two years, and my heart’s still broken over that, and then I let somebody in and got too comfortable too fast, I think, and it all blew up in my face, like break-ups do.”
Later she goes into slightly more detail about that “big heartbreak” that preceded the Lil one:
“I went through a big heartbreak after being in a relationship for the past two years, and to suddenly have it end, when neither of us wanted that. But that was for the best.”
Noah says the rebound also hurt:
“I broke up with someone that I’d been with for two years only to open up to somebody new and my heart got destroyed there, too.”
But it wasn’t what the album is about. It’s not even all about the first breakup as some of it was written beforehand! She explains:
“I love writing sad songs. Whenever I go into the studio, I’m like ‘Guys, we’re probably not going to get an uptempo out of this!’
Every time I went into a session I had a new thing to think about. I didn’t go in thinking ‘Oh, we’re writing an EP,’ it was my escape. I was with my ex at the time and I would say, ‘you know, I wrote this song about the argument we had today’ and that’s how I would communicate. I didn’t know other ways to communicate. I write about so much personal stuff, it’s like reading my diary.”
Now we just need to know who Lil Xan wrote his verses about, considering he thought the whole relationship was “fake.”
The Good Cry EP is out everywhere today.
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