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Ariana Grande Releases Retro Music Video for 'Problem' Ft. Iggy Azalea

May 31, 2014 (1:49 am) GMT
In addition to the Nickelodeon star and her collaborator, the Nev Todorovic-directed music video features an appearance from Big Sean who whispers the song's hook.

The wait is over. The music video for 's collaboration hit with finally made its debut online on Friday, May 30. Directed by Nev Todorovic, the mod-themed clip shows the Nickelodeon star recreating her live performance at the iHeartRadio Music awards earlier this month.

She appears in a mini black dress and a pair of knee-high white boots while dancing with several backing dancers. Azalea, meanwhile, sports big blonde hair and a skin-tight retro outfit as she spits her verses alongside her collaborator.

Also making an appearance is , who goes shirtless while doing the whisper-y bits in the hook.

"Problem", produced by Max Martin, is the lead single off Grande's upcoming sophomore album that's scheduled to be released later this year. Upon its arrival, the song topped iTunes charts in many countries. It's currently at No. 2 on Billboard 100, just behind Azalea's own hit single "Fancy".

In other Grande-related news, the "" star has just been announced as a performer at the upcoming Much Music Video Awards. British redhead has also been added to the line-up, joining and . The Canadian awards show is set to air from Toronto on June 15.

Ariana Grande's "Problem" (feat. Iggy Azalea) music video

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