She’s just being Miley.

Miley Cyrus wanted headlines like this. The pop star is readying a new EP, and isn’t shying away from sharing some controversial new tunes to get people noticing.

During her performance at BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend show in England on Saturday, Miley debuted three new songs, reportedly titled “Cattitude,” “Dream” and “Mother’s Daughter.” On the former, she drags a couple of her pop peers.

“I love you Nicki, but I listen to Cardi,” she sings. Elsewhere, there’s a couple of other takes: “I love you Selena, but I listen to Demi,” “I love you Miley, but I listen to Hannah” and “I love you me but I listen to Ari.”

Naturally, Nicki stans went batshit on Miley’s Instagram. You may recall the two had a little feud stemming beginning in 2015 after Miley said Nicki Minaj was “not very polite.” That lead to Nicki’s “Miley what’s good” comment at that year’s VMAs.

Miley knew what she was doing with lyrics like this, but I wouldn’t get outraged. She and Nicki are probably having a kii about it behind-the-scenes.

The new songs reportedly land on Miley’s forthcoming EP, She Is Coming, out May 31. Miley hasn’t confirmed, but here is the cover and tracklist floating around. It features collaborations with Swae Lee, RuPaul and Ghostface Killah. Where’s Shawn Mendes and “Bad Karma?”:

She Is Coming EP tracklist:

1. Party Up the Street (feat. Swae Lee)
2. Cattitude (feat. RuPaul)
3. The Most
4. D.R.E.A.M. (feat. Ghostface Killah)
5. Unholy
6. Mother’s Daughter

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