Actor and singer The Cyrus shares his ‘80s inspired debut ‘The way you look at him’

A talented UK-based singer taking the bold step of releasing his debut single, The Cyrus is a twenty-year-old actor and artist with a penchant for smooth RnB vibes and intoxicating ‘80s vibes. Titled ‘The way you look at him’, The Cyrus’ debut is an impressive introduction to the blossoming artist, showcasing a sound that is earmarks him as an artist to watch in 2024.

Opening with a heavily layered vocal track that shines through smooth production and autotuned sounds, ‘The way you look at him’ is a scintillating cut that sees The Cyrus on top form. Backed by atmospherics synths that collide with tempered 101 beats and plenty of reverb, the track forms a heavy groove that will keep you ensnared from start to finish.

While The Cyrus has been making music for years, he’s waited for the perfect moment to release his debut single, capitalising on nostalgic sounds and a tight, infectious groove to make his mark. Based on true events, the single is a powerful illustration of The Cyrus’ talents, setting the foundation for a promising career to come.

Available now on all major streaming platforms, including Spotify below, ‘The way you look at him’ is an intriguing listen for any fan of modern RnB sounds. Check it out today and be sure to let us know what you think.

With more music currently being teased on his Instagram page, including upcoming titles like ‘Say My Name’, there has never been a better time to get to know ‘The Cyrus’. For more about this up-and-coming artist, be sure to check out his website and Instagram below.

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