Cyrus has been spilling tiny nuggets of information about her upcoming album, which will follow her 2017 LP Younger Now, over recent months.
Earlier this week she told a Nashville radio station that her new LP is "pretty much written and ready to go", and now she's provided an update on the Dua Lipa collaboration that is set to feature on the record.
Speaking to Spanish radio station Cadena 100, Cyrus said that the collaboration is "perfectly a blend of the both of us", and added, "I'm super proud of it."
Cyrus revealed that she's excited to share it with fans, saying they've been "begging" for it to drop, and added that "fans can expect something pretty soon".
Back in August Cyrus released "Midnight Sky" as the first single from her upcoming album, which, according to Jimmy Fallon, is titled She Is Miley Cyrus. A few weeks ago she revealed that Billy Idol and Dua Lipa will feature on her new album.