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'She is Coming'! Miley Cyrus hints of new project

Devdiscourse News Desk | Washington DC | Updated: 15-05-2019 00:10 IST | Created: 14-05-2019 23:39 IST
'She is Coming'! Miley Cyrus hints of new project
Image Credit: twitter (@MileyCyrus)

Miley Cyrus who is teasing her fans with cryptic messages posted another picture on her social media accounts, which is creating a buzz among her fans. Her latest post has led to speculation that she has recorded a new song or probably is in the process of recording it.

The 'See You Again' singer posted pictures on her Twitter handle hinting her friends about her new project. Today in the morning, the singer posted a video on her Twitter handle where she can be seen with a mike in her hand and other musical instruments in the background, hinting her fans about her new project.

According to Billboard, the phrase 'She is Coming' could be the name of her seventh album. "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 during an interview last year for the Most Requested Live with Romeo.

Earlier the singer posted a picture on his Twitter handle of herself, standing next to a recording microphone and a piano. However, it was the caption that sparked speculation. She wrote: "She Is Coming"

The American singer-songwriter was recently seen at the Metropolitan Museum of Art for Met Gala event organised by the Costume Institute Gala.


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