Cyrus hasn't released new music since last year's breakup anthem "Slide Away".

She was expected to release more new music in 2019, but had to put recording on hold to undergo vocal cord surgery.

Earlier this week, Cyrus spoke to Australian Radio DJ Smallzy about her new music, "We're getting like super close. I'm feeling the urgency and I am definitely actively on it and ready to go. I've got some music that is sounding super rock and roll and i'm just excited to share it. But not too much longer."

When asked if any collaborations with Mark Ronson will make it onto the LP, Cyrus replied, "Me and Mark, yeah we have a couple of songs. We have about, you know, two, three songs on my next project together. And they've kind of got like some Joan Jett vibes."

Over the past couple of months Cyrus has hinted at working with a variety of people, most recently Majid Jordan, as well as Mark Ronson and Theophilus London.

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