By Olivia Bahou
Updated Feb 23, 2016 @ 2:45 pm
attends The 58th GRAMMY Awards at Staples Center on February 15, 2016 in Los Angeles, California.
Credit: Steve Granitz/WireImage

Ariana Grande’s new music has been a long time coming—her last album, My Everything, was released in 2014—but much like Kanye West, she’s not done toying with the details! Grande revealed on Jimmy Kimmel last month that the album was originally going to be called Moonlight, but that there was a new song that “changed everything.”

Monday night on Snapchat, the star seems to have revealed what the new name will be: Dangerous Woman. Grande added two new snaps to her story, the first of which is a selfie wearing a shirt that reads, “Dangerous Woman.”

Ariana Grande Snapchat - Embed 2
Credit: Snapchat/Ariana Grande

The second photo seems to share a tracklist with “Dangerous Woman” written across the top and the former name of her album, “Moonlight,” listed as the first track.

Ariana Grande Snapchat - Embed 1
Credit: Snapchat/Ariana Grande

Grande even edited her Twitter bio to reflect the change. Hopefully the star won’t pull a Kanye and switch up the name once again: We’re into this new edgy vibe from the dark lipstick-loving star.