Since releasing the "twerking" video in March, Miley Cyrus continues to make strides in the hip-hop world.
The 20-year-old revealed that she will release a new song produced by Mike WiLL Made It, according to Billboard. The producer has worked with some of hip-hop's most notable players including Kanye West, Big Sean, Lil Wayne and Drake. He also produced Pour It Up, one of Rihanna's latest singles from her album Unapologetic.
Now he will add pop star Cyrus to his long production list.
"My roster looking kind of strong maane. #NoLie," he wrote on Twitter on May 20.
The producer's song with Cyrus is titled We Can't Stop and will be released on June 3.
"Me and Mike WiLL [Made It] teamed up, and it really just turned out to be perfect and exactly what I wanted, and exactly what I wanted my first sound to be, and my first look to be. I think it's an important message for me to tell my fans -- they haven't stopped waiting, so it's great," she told Billboard on April 19 during the Billboard Music Awards pre-show.
The singer also collaborated with Snoop Dogg, now known as Snoop Lion, on his song Ashtrays and Heartbreaks in April.
Still, Cyrus might also be working with one of the biggest pop stars. After she was spotted leaving Bieber's recording studio, there is speculation that the two are making music together, according to E! Online.
"I know pictures are flying around," she told them. "You guys will have to wait and see. I'm the biggest at top secrets."
The singer is hyping up the We Can't Stop's arrival on Twitter. "Getting close and closer! #wecantstop," she tweeted on Thursday. That was followed by another tweet, "Lets trend #10DaysWeCantStop."