Meghan Trainor is gearing up to release the follow up to her debut album Title this year, and she sat down with E! News to talk details.

The new album, which will reportedly be titled Thank You, features a song of the same name. Speaking about the track, Trainor said, “[It’s] amazing to finally wrap it up. It kills you to hold these songs from the world, it really does. Especially, one of my songs, it’s called ‘Thank You,’ which the album is called Thank You, and it’s a song to my fans. I want them to hear it now but I have to wait.”

And for those of you as invested in Trainor’s love life as you are in her musical trajectory, she told the site that “No, I’m single, still.” Trainor was first linked to Nick Jonas’ assistant Cory Anderson earlier last year, though the two never officially confirmed a relationship. Then there was that whole kiss fiasco during the 2015 American Music Awards, where Trainor and her “Marvin Gaye” collaborator Charlie Puth engaged in some intense and minorly disturbing PDA. The two have since insisted they’re just friends, something Puth in particular has gone to lengths to make clear.

In more good news, any fans who might have missed out on Trainor’s prematurely canceled tour last year, get excited: The "Dear Future Husband" singer has every intention of making up the dates she was forced to miss when she had to undergo surgery for vocal cord hemorrhaging.