Miley Cyrus Announces New Single, Keeps Quiet About Justin Bieber Collabo

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For the past year, Miley Cyrus has been hard at work on her latest album, giving out a few details here and there, but never letting fans get a listen. That is until now.

At the Billboard Music Awards on Sunday night (May 19) Cyrus announced that her new single, “We Can’t Stop,” drops on June 3. She isn’t giving much away about the sound of her latest song–produced by Mike Will, who has worked with Rihanna, Kanye WestLil Wayne and Kelly Rowland–but she did tell E! News that she’s been done with the song for “about a year.”

“I’ve had to keep my lips sealed and just not saying anything,” she explained. “So you’ll see.”

Cyrus did however reveal that the song is dedicated to her fans, the people who have never stopped believing in her.

“I feel like this song really is for them and how I feel—that I can’t stop and I’m going to be who I am and they should be who they are and that they can’t stop and no one can stop us,” she said.

Adding, “It really is an inspiring song for my fans. We don’t care, we can do what we want.”

Cyrus later tweeted the single’s album art: a black and white photo of her in a a risqué deep-V bathing suit that shows off her wild side and a whole lot of cleavage.

Rumors are also swirling that Cyrus is recording with Justin Bieber after she was spotted leaving the singer’s studio last week. But she’s staying mum about that too.

“I know pictures are flying around,” she told E!. “You guys will have to wait and see. I’m the biggest at top secrets.”

No official release date has been announced for her upcoming record–her first since 2010’s Can’t Be Tamed.

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