Miley Cyrus is coming — and she's bringing three new songs with her!
On Saturday (May 25), the pop star treated fans in the United Kingdom to not one, not two, but THREE brand-new tracks at BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend celebration. The "Nothing Breaks Like a Heart" musician performed a trio never-before-heard records at the concert showcase, reportedly called "Cattitude," "Dream," and "Mother's Daughter."
The latter track, which audience members captured Cyrus delivering live that night on Twitter, sounds to be a rock-infused anthem of sorts that moonlights as a shoutout to the artist's wild ways. "Hallelujah, I'm a witch / I'm a witch, hallelujah / Swish Swish, I'm a three point shooter," the 26-year-old sings on stage. "Hallelujah, I'm a freak / I'm a freak, hallelujah / Every day of the week I'ma do ya (Ha)."
The songbird also turned up the energy with the first-ever live performance of "Cattitude," which sees the star rapping rhymes a la her Bangerz era (but even better), like, "Turn up your gratitude / Turn down your attitude / I love my — I mean I got cattitude!" Then, in another surprise presentation, Cyrus debuted "Dream," a much more stark and sentimental pop record, on which she emotionally sings, "drugs rule everything around me."
Later throughout the night, Cyrus then reached into her canon of classic hits like "Wrecking Ball," "Party in the U.S.A." and invited Charli XCX onstage to perform "We Can't Stop."
These new tracks arrive less than a week before the vocalist is expected to drop something major on May 30, as signaled by her "She Is Coming" posts on social media.
Hear Miley Cyrus premiere "Mother's Daughter," "Cattitude," and "Dream" live below.
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