Marshmello Drops Brand New Remix for Noah Cyrus's "Make Me Cry"
One could say that following Marshmello’s musical career has become a “Ritual” of its own kind.
A close following of the “Alone” producer’s projects has yielded the discovery of a new Marshmello remix, the jet puffed hit maker’s answer to his last remix of Justin Bieber and DJ Snake’s “Let Me Love You,” released on December 2nd of 2016. Marshmello’s latest work materializes in the form of an official remix made for Noah Cyrus’s—or shall we say, Noah Cryrus’s— “Make Me Cry.”
A track in which Noah Cyrus’s voice duplicates sister, Miley Cyrus’s, the original version of Make Me Cry is a slower track that receives a beneficial rapidity in beat count delivered by Marshmello’s remix. Defined by the bouncy synths for which Marshmello is stylistically recognized, the re-imagination of the Noah Cyrus track highlights the key vocal moments of the original track, isolating said moments in between beat buildups and drops. The song’s drop at the 1:14 minute mark is distinctly Marshmello in its distortion of Cyrus’s vocals and its bubbly descent.
Despite the emotional depth of “Make Me Cry,” Marshmello’s remix elicits a reaction that is the direct opposite of the song’s title.