Cyrus is an eclectic singer, rapper, songwriter, and producer originating from Lansing, Michigan. He discovered a love for music during his junior year of high school, and released an EP following his graduation in 2010. Shortly thereafter, Cyrus connected with fellow musician, Thomas “phourthelove” Fentress, and the two began releasing music collaboratively, with Thomas handling the bulk of the production and engineering, and Cyrus contributing the majority of the vocals. The duo opened for a number of major acts, including Chance The Rapper, Big Sean and Machine Gun Kelly, amongst many others, and released an EP and a plethora of singles over the course of the next few years, as well as an official mixtape in the summer of 2014, titled Colors & Other Things. This mixtape caught the attention of Michigan-based independent record label, The Specktators Collective, who brought Cyrus on as a solo act in 2015.
In may of that year, Cyrus released his debut EP under the record label, titled Love, Cyrus. The project consisted of seven songs, and has accumulated over ten millions streams across streaming services to date. Cyrus began working on his debut album following the success of the EP, titled We Should Just Enjoy Ourselves, and it was officially released in October of 2016, charting at #23 on the iTunes Hip-Hop chart. Cyrus released a considerable amount of singles throughout 2017 and 2018, as well as an EP, titled Trying, before ultimately parting ways with The Specktators Collective.
In January of 2019, to further expand on and build off of his momentum, Cyrus announced the inception of the We Should Just Enjoy Ourselves record label and merchandise line. He is currently releasing new music every Friday as part of his Be Happy: The Experience series, and intends to release the sequel to his debut album towards the end of 2019.