Shania Twain is out to prove that she's 'still the one' in country music. The 47-year-old singer has confirmed that she will release her first studio album in over eleven years -- and maybe sooner than expected.

The singer told fans via Facebook that she will be hard at work on the highly-anticipated album this summer. "I will spend a lot of the summer working out what to put on my next album," she reveals. "A break from the stage gets me back to writing the songs."

Twain is referring to the stage at Vegas' acclaimed Caesar's Palace, where she is in a two-year stint as a headliner. The five-time Grammy winner has been a huge hit in Sin City, and perhaps the fan response gave her the motivation to finally get back into the studio.

Last year, Twain said she was just dying to make a Christmas album, but so far, there haven't been any hints as to what type of record this will be. And, to all of her fans, it doesn't really matter -- all they want is new music from the songstress, who hasn't put out a full-length album of new material since her 2002 record 'Up!'

Shania Twain is already an icon within country music, selling over 75 million albums, but with her newest endeavor, she may push that number even higher.