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Ariana Grande Announces New Single 'Problem'

April 16, 2014 (3:02 am) GMT
The Nickelodeon star has said on Twitter that she'll play the new single during her performance at the Palm Spring's White Party on April 26.
Ariana Grande

has announced the title of her new single. The 20-year-old singer took to Twitter on Tuesday, April 15 to tell her fans that the track would be called "Problem". "The first single is called #problem...... that's all I can say for now," she said.

"For those of you asking the single is just 'problem' the hashtag isn't actually a part of the title haha," she added in another post. Grande, who was recently announced as a performer at annual gay dance music festival White Party in Palm Springs, California, has confirmed that she will play the song during the event that's taking place on April 26.

"Problem" will serve as the lead single from Grande's upcoming sophomore album, which is currently still in the works. The highly-anticipated LP will come as the follow-up to the Nickelodeon star's debut set "", which landed at No. 1 on Billboard 200 after it was released last year.

Grande's newly-announced single will likely precede the arrival of her collaboration with , "Don't Be Gone Too Long". The duet was initially planned to be released in March, but it has been pushed back indefinitely due to the R&B singer's arrest earlier this year.

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