THE END OF EVERYTHING - Noah Cyrus

THE END OF EVERYTHING

Noah Cyrus

  • Genre: Pop
  • Release Date: 2020-05-15
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 8

  • ℗ 2020 Records Label, LLC / Columbia

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Ghost Noah Cyrus 3:05
2
I Got So High That I Saw Jesus Noah Cyrus 3:37
3
Liar Noah Cyrus 2:52
4
Lonely Noah Cyrus 2:24
5
Young & Sad Noah Cyrus 3:10
6
July Noah Cyrus 2:36
7
Wonder Years Noah Cyrus & Ant Clemons 3:18
8
The End of Everything Noah Cyrus 2:55
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Reviews

  • Good

    4
    By lexusksj2020
    The songs about god are amazing but I pray she doesn’t get caught up in the devil. Her album cover is of the all seeing eye. Be carful Noah. Your name symbolizes greatness.
  • The perfect summer album

    5
    By Pablo_ThePenguin
    I see myself driving these long back roads, on my way to the beach ❤️ with the sun setting
  • A Beautiful Surprise

    5
    By cec43
    Lovely vocal and meaningful lyrics. The Cyrus to follow musically.
  • Daaaaamn

    5
    By Sensei Nativa
    Noah coming out of left field with some hits. I love it
  • Gorgeous atmosphere and tone

    5
    By 17jennamueller
    Shes hit a new landmark with her music and a new chord of my heart 😭😭
  • The BEST Cyrus

    5
    By frpenny
    By far the best Cyrus vocally. Outstanding.
  • Noah

    5
    By Lyrical siren
    I fully appreciate this girl’s artistry. This album is beyond perfect.
  • the depression album we waited for so long

    5
    By Marcz52
    better than billie eilish and camila cabello depressing songs
  • Helped Me Through A Crisis

    5
    By Cameronrft
    I’ve been struggling a great amount lately with my own mortality and the mortality of those around me. I can’t say that it brings me peace to accept that one day everything and everyone will turn back into stardust and disappear but these songs bring me joy in this moment and that’s all any of us can hope for. Thank you Noah.
  • A Spiritual Experience

    5
    By Sacredwombat
    If you are looking for an album that completely transcends catchy hooks and cheap lyrics; look no further. Songs like “Lonely” and “Young and Sad” demonstrate a vast amount of personal vulnerability and relatability. “Ghost” and “July” lead the listener into the realm of personal insecurity and are the embodiment of self loathing. In contrast, songs like “I Got So High That I Saw Jesus” and “The End of Everything” offer a more subdued perspective and invite the listener to surrender to the anxieties of life. So sit dow, relax, and tell Jesus that Noah sent you. ❤️

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