Miley Cyrus Announces 'She Is Coming' With Headache-Inducing Visual

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Miley Cyrus attends the Costume Institute Benefit celebrating the opening of Camp: Notes on Fashion at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City on May 6, 2019. 

Miley Cyrus's new album is done, it's coming soon and it just might have a title. In true Miley style, she shared the news with something a little shocking.

The “Wrecking Ball” singer posted a flashing visual to her social pages which reads “She Is Coming,” a phrase which may turn out to be the name of her seventh album. 

But first, a warning. The image creates a strobe effect and should probably be avoided by anyone who suffers with photosensitive epilepsy or are otherwise sensitive to flashing lights. For the rest of us, it’s an instant headache. Consider yourself warned. 

See below or move swiftly on.

The pop singer has been hard at work completing her follow-up to 2017's Younger Now, which peaked at No. 5 on the Billboard 200. Now that it's finished, she's confident it'll make you flip out. On Thursday morning (May 9), Miley posted a picture with the caption, "just played the record for iHeartRadio and they fucking flipped and so will you!"

Earlier this year, she gave a hint of things to come during an interview for Most Requested Live with Romeo. “ Me and [producer] Mark [Ronson] have worked on a bunch of songs on my next record, so I was kind of just in this creative space," she said.

"Sometimes the visuals of what I can imagine it looking like can even inspire me in the vocal booth, and so you can put those messages you want to bring - what it’s really about to you - into it. I’m such a visual person, that when I record a vocal take - this is really creepy, this is a girl thing - I imagine what lipstick I’ll be wearing in the music video... like 'Bad Karma' - ooh, I shouldn’t have said that, well, there you go. A song that we’ve done together...”

At the Met Gala on Monday night, Cyrus teased a chunk of a song believed to be titled "Bad Karma."


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