UPDATE // FEBRUARY 15:
It's not much, but a tentative release date has been confirmed by RCA execs Peter Edge and Tom Corson. In a new interview with Music Business Worldwide, they confirm several projects are taking precedence in 2017:
New RCA priorities in 2017 include 18-year-old Texan Khalid, All My Friends singer Tinashe, Nigerian One Dance collaborator Wizkid, hip-hop artist Goldlink and band Muna – while we can also expect new records from Bryson Tiller, Pink! and perhaps from Miley Cyrus, who’s started work on her RCA follow-up to Bangerz.
Very clever to throw in that magical *perhaps,* but don't toy with us!
Honorable mentions go to Pink and Tinashe.
EARLIER // FEBRUARY 7:
She's just being Miley.
Cyrus has remained relatively drama free over the last several years. She mended her relationship with Liam Hemsworth, is a staple judge on The Voice, hopped on The Flaming Lips' new song, “We A Family,” and is hard at work on her Dead Petz followup. There were rumors floating around last fall claiming Cyrus was aiming for an October release (you can thank Buzzfeed for that). And it didn't help when Diane Martel, the "We Can't Stop" music video director, added fuel to the fire when she admitted the pop star was "working on songs," but we're well into 2017 and still no sign of the album... until now.
Miley shared a picture of her groovy recording studio with a bunch of multi-colored heart emojis. A clear indicator she's up to what she loves.
Katy Perry just announced a comeback. When will Miley?