Miley Cyrus is a woman of her word. After teasing fans she'd give them the latest news on her highly anticipated new single at the Billboard Music Awards on Sunday night (May 19), she did just that, confirming that "We Can't Stop" will arrive June 3.
The Mike Will Made It-produced tune will drop on Ryan Seacrest's radio show in just a few short weeks, marking the first listen of Miley's 2013 album.
Back in March, Miley called into Seacrest's radio show, teasing that her lead single would likely feature her "Ashtrays and Heartaches" collaborator, Snoop, but there's no word if "We Can't Stop" includes the iconic rapper — though the "We" certainly implies more than one person is involved.
A release date has yet to be announced for the album, though she's hit the studio with producers and artists, including Hit-Boy, Pharrell, Mac Miller and Tyler, the Creator. Production team Da Internz told MTV News earlier this month that Cyrus definitely sounds more mature on this album, her first since signing with RCA.
"I can say it's definitely going to shock a lot of people; definitely grown up," Ernest "Tuo" Clark said. "It's natural; it's not her trying to do like pop, four on the floor. What she did was, I just feel like, was different and needed in the game and, then, for her, a huge 'wow' factor."
Miley was also on hand in Vegas at the Billboard Awards to present the award to the night's Top Male Artist, but she kept her business a top priority. "We've been talking about it enough," she said, teasing her single's release. "That's the reason why I'm here tonight. And, men, because we can't stop loving them, but the truth is, we do love some more than others," she told the room before handing the prize to Justin Bieber.
And speaking of loving men, for gossip lovers out there, yes, she was wearing her engagement ring.