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February 23, 2016 at 04:21 PM EST

Ariana Grande announced the new title for her upcoming album Monday evening. Her working title for the follow-up to 2014’s My Everything had been Moonlight — but according to multiple Snapchats, she’s changed the name to Dangerous Woman.

In the Snapchats, Grande wore a shirt that said “dangerous woman” and also displayed a dry erase board with the phrase written at the top, followed by what appears to be a track list for the album (“Moonlight” is listed as the first track). Grande also changed her Twitter bio to “dangerous woman.”

The singer appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live! in January and hinted that a title change was in the works. Although Grande hasn’t put out an album since 2014 — My Everything contained “Problem,” one of EW’s favorite songs from that year — she had a busy 2015, putting out the lauded single “Focus” and being the center of a widely followed donut controversy.

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