Miley Cyrus
Miley Cyrus performs at I Am The Highway: A Tribute to Chris Cornell at the Forum on January 16, 2019 in Inglewood, California. Getty Images/Kevin Winter

Miley Cyrus’ next music album will be released this month end, the singer announced on social media. The “Wrecking Ball” singer has been teasing details about her new music online, and the title appears to be “She Is Coming.”

Cyrus has been using the words “she is coming” a lot on social media lately. The latest posts on her Instagram page show the three words in bold black and white videos. In her profile description section, the singer revealed that “She is Coming” will be out on May 30.

The eager fans who have been waiting for some new music from Cyrus shared their excitement on social media after learning that she will be releasing the album this month end. The singer shared the same black and white video format to promote her new album on Twitter.

Reacting to the promo, some of the fans said that the bright black and white video made them feel “nauseous.” A few others pointed out that the promo is not good for people with epilepsy or migraines. Despite the choice of the promo, all the fans are excited about getting some new songs from their favorite singer.

One of Cyrus’ fans is her husband Liam Hemsworth. The singer previously shared a video of her husband singing one of her songs. While her fans liked how her husband sang “Party in the USA,” she wasn’t too fond of Hemsworth singing it, especially in public.

While the fans wait for Cyrus’ new album, she has already played the songs for the people at iHeartRadio. In post on Twitter, the singer revealed that the people who heard her songs “flipped.” She promised that her fans will also be equally excited after they hear the songs.

A source previously told ET Online that Cyrus has chosen a “more mature sound and sophistication” in her new music. The insider pointed out that the “Wrecking Ball” singer is great at “reinventing” herself, and added that she currently feels “at the top of her game.”