Miley Cyrus' label has warned her against making a "weird" album.
The 22-year-old musician is currently working on the follow-up to her chart-topping third studio album, 'Bangerz', and has revealed her record label are concerned she might make an "avant-garde" LP which sounds like experimental singer Björk.
She said: "They're like, 'Don't make it too weird, don't make it avant-garde; you can't go from Miley to Björk!'"
The 'Wrecking Ball' singer - who recently split up with model Patrick Schwarzenegger - admitted she has decided to record her next collection in a different way to her 2013 album though, choosing to use her garage as a home studio in order to work in solitude.
She explained: "I don't have to have writers, I don't have to have f**kin' producers in there."
And although the zany pop star has made the conscious decision to remain alone while creating her new music, she revealed she has been working with 26-year-old producer Mike Will Made It on the collection, after he produced several tracks on 'Bangerz' including the hit single 'We Can't Stop'.
In her cover feature for Paper magazine, she added: "Mike Will will text me a beat, and I'll go in my studio and work on it by myself."