"We have been fans from afar for a long time," Millet tells Billboard. "We were finally introduced, had an initial meeting over Zoom and then when Wendy and Mookie met Noah in person it all clicked and moved fast."
Adds Cyrus: "Immediately upon meeting Mookie and Wendy, I knew TaP would be my new home. I’m thrilled to be joining a roster with such strong female artists who are empowered to achieve massive success on their own terms.”
Earlier this month, Cyrus, 21, attended the Grammys as a best new artist nominee. Last year, she released her well-received, more stripped-down EP, The End of Everything, on RECORDS/Columbia. She's currently working on a six-track project with collaborator PJ Harding as well as her upcoming debut full-length.
Her 2019 single “July” received a remix featuring Leon Bridges last summer, which in May climbed to No. 4 on the Triple A Songs chart. Previously, her 2017 single "Make Me (Cry)" featuring Labyrinth hit No. 46 on the Hot 100 and No. 22 on the Mainstream Top 40 chart. In all, she's raked in over 1 billion on-demand U.S. streams (1.08), according to MRC Data.
"Creatively, Noah’s a perfect fit for TaP," says Millett. "She’s an incredible songwriter with a complete vision for herself, it was a no brainer. She’s really figured out who she is as an artist and we’re excited to help her explore that through the next phase of her career."