Ariana Grande has finally shared the title of her new single with her fans.
Although the talented 20-year-old spent countless hours filming episodes of her hit Nickelodeon series Sam & Cat, this didn’t stop her from putting in quite a bit of time in the studio. Grande teased the arrival of a new song last month, though she stopped short of revealing the name of the tune.
According to Rap-Up, Ariana Grande dropped the title of the new single in a post on Twitter. Instead of simply spitting out the name of the track and moving on, we’ll actually give you all a chance to gawk at the tweet in question.
And here it is:
the first single is called #problem…… that's all I can say for now
— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) April 15, 2014
Grande also provided some clarification about the title.
for those of you asking the single is just "problem" the hashtag isn't actually a part of the title haha
— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) April 16, 2014
This isn’t the only bit of Ariana-related news to come popping across the internet this week. MTV News points out that Chris Brown recently dropped the trailer for “Don’t Be Gone Too Long,” his long-awaited duet with Grande.
The clip in question features Brown dancing to the song all by his lonesome. Although Ariana doesn’t make an appearance in the preview, fans of the singer at least get to hear some of the vocals she contributed to the track. Curious parties can investigate the aforementioned trailer below.
Unfortunately, nobody seems to know when the duet will see the light of day. However, Brown’s album X< — a record that shares a title with Ed Sheeran’s latest effort — is presently scheduled to hit retail on May 5.
While Ariana Grande has remained tight-lipped about her next musical endeavor, The Inquisitr previously reported that she intends to change things up a bit with the new songs. However, it’s doubtful she’s going to stray too far from the sound that helped her move almost 400,000 copies of Yours Truly.
This is what she had to say about the record:
“Well, I’ve been working a lot with the producers that I did my last album with Harmony Samuels and Babyface and The Rascals and Tommy Brown. But, I’ve also been working with new producers like Max Martin; he’s amazing. I love working with him. He’s like a mathematician. He knows music like math. It just makes sense to him. And, Savan [Kotecha] and Benny Blanco and Ryan Tedder. I’m so excited. I’m very excited too.”
Are you looking forward to Ariana Grande’s new single and album?