Actress and singer Miley Cyrus will return with a brand new extended play album this coming Friday (May 31). The new EP is titled “She Is Coming” and marks her first release since her 2017 album “Younger Now.”
According to EW’s report, Cyrus just performed at the BBC Radio 1 Big Weekend show this past Saturday over in the United Kingdom. During her performance, Cyrus unveiled three brand new songs. The singer revealed new tracks called “Dream,” “Mother’s Daughter,” and “Cattitude.” The latter of those songs makes reference to the ongoing feud involving hip-hop stars Nicki Minaj and Cardi B.
Cyrus showed off the new extended play album’s cover on her Instagram in a photo she posted. It’s a black and white photo of Miley posing in a crop top shirt displaying the words “Never Mind The Bollocks.”
Earlier this month, the “Party in the USA” singer teased the upcoming “She Is Coming” EP with a preview snippet of the new song “Bad Karma.” The tease came as part of a video featuring her and hubby Liam Hemsworth going to the Met Gala back on May 6.
Back in 2017, Cyrus released “Younger Now” which was an LP. It included “Malibu” which ended up getting into the top 10 on the Billboard 200 singles chart. Other albums have included 2015’s “Miley Cyrus & Her Dead Petz,” 2010’s “Can’t Be Tamed,” and her 2007 debut, “Meet Miley Cyrus.”
Cyrus has held the No. 1 spot on the album charts with three of her releases including her debut, 2008’s “Breakout,” and 2013’s “Bangerz.” Her most recent release “Younger Now” got as high as No. 5 overall.
Along with her music releases, Cyrus is still doing some acting and TV projects here or there. She was featured undercover on “RuPaul’s Drag Race” in drag as a boy and will appear in an episode of Netflix’s sci-fi show “Black Mirror” for season 5.
Miley Cyrus fans will certainly be looking forward to the new extended play album to see what the singer has in store. So far, it appears she has unveiled several of the songs which will appear on the EP, but there could be a few surprises.