You might want to prepare yourselves because Miley Cyrus‘ new music is coming. The singer just announced that she’s dropping a new EP, called She Is Coming, this Friday, May 31, and we’re freaking out! That’s right, you guys. That means we’re only a few days away from a bunch of new songs from the “Malibu” songstress, and lucky for you guys, we’ve got all the deets.

As fans know, Miley’s been teasing her new music for a while now. And on Monday, May 27, not only did the former Hannah Montana actress reveal that she’s got an entire EP on the way, but get this — she even shared the album artwork!

“SHE IS COMING. 5/31. Pre-save now! Or live with regret for the rest of your existence,” she wrote.


In the black and white photo, Miley could be seen rocking a shirt that says “Never Mind the Bullocks.” You can presave the album on Apple Music or Spotify here.

And that’s not all! The former Disney star actually sang three of her new songs at BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend on Saturday, May 25, and they were total bops, if you ask us. The songs were called “Mother’s Daughter,” “Dream,” and “Cattitude,” and we’re seriously obsessed already!

“Don’t f–k with my freedom / I came back to get me some,” the lyrics to “Mother’s Daughter” read. “I’m nasty, I’m evil / Must be something in the water or that I’m my mother’s daughter.”

As for “Dream,” that one seems like a total love song, so we’re thinking it may be about her husband, Liam Hemsworth.

“Whoa, you got my head in the clouds / Whoa, you got me thinking out loud / The more you dream about me the more I believe,” Miley sings in the sweet ballad. “That nothing’s ever out of reach / So dream, dream, dream.”

Aww. “Cattitude” on the other hand, is a rap song that’s all about loving yourself and women empowerment.

“I’ma keep working for the dawn and dusk / So I can keep buying cars off Elon Musk,” the lyrics read. “I’m the moon, I’m the stars, I’m a Maserati / I love you, Nicki, but I listen to Cardi.”

The 26-year-old also shared a snippet of another new track, seemingly called “Bad Karma,” at the beginning of the month.

We cannot wait to hear the full album. Just a few more days, people!

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