Miley Cyrus' lastest musical release was her 2017 album Younger Now that landed in the indie pop genre. Although the tape did some numbers, Miley isn't really looking to release more music in that category since announcing that she's linking up with Mike Will Made It for her upcoming album. The duo have previously worked together on Miley's 2013 album Bangerz.

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Chatting with 95.5 PLJ in New York, Miley explained how her next project will not only have hip-hop elements but also a modern/classic vibe thanks to Mark Ronson, just like their previous collab "Nothing Breaks Like A Heart."

"I think this ["Nothing Breaks Like A Heart"] is a nice introduction to the sound that we've got going on with the next record," Miley told the station, as seen in the video below.

"Mine is a little heavier than ["Nothing Breaks Like A Heart"]. A song that he and I have done together is more rock driven, modern Debbie Harry or Joan Jett. Then we've got songs with Mike Will that lean more hip-hop and songs with Andrew Wyatt that lean more pop/alternative. I just have kind of everything."

Miley's album is set to arrive June 2019.