Having returned to the US to promote her new single with Mark Ronson "Nothing Breaks Like A Heart", Miley Cyrus spoke to 95.5PLJ radio station about her highly anticipated Younger Now follow up.

Cyrus reveals that "Nothing Breaks Like A Heart" is a "nice introduction" to a record filled with numerous genres. Skip to 10:30 to hear Cyrus explain, "A song that him [Ronson] and I have done together is kind of more rock driven, like modern Debbie Harry kind of like Joan Jett, then we've got songs with Mike WILL that lean more hip hop, and then songs with Andrew Wyatt who's from Miike Snow so that'll be a bit more pop/alternative. I just kinda have everything, and some straight-down-the-middle pop records too."

Mike WILL Made-It has collaborated with Miley Cyrus before. Back in 2013, she appeared on "23" with Wiz Khalifa and Juicy J. This year the rapper has curated the Creed II soundtrack, including features from Kendrick Lamar, Pharrell, A$AP Rocky, Nicki Minaj, Bon Iver, and many more.

There's no dates set in stone for neither Cyrus' upcoming album or Mark Ronson's, so for now, you'll have to carry on enjoying their country pop banger "Nothing Breaks Like A Heart".