Ariana Grande Reveals Problematic Single Title, Hints At Iggy Azalea Collabo

Grande's weird Twitter interaction with Iggy has fans guessing.

Ariana Grande seems to have a major problem on her hands, but it's a good problem.

On Tuesday, the pop star tweeted that her first single off her upcoming sophomore album would be titled "Problem."

And even though she said she wouldn't say much more than that, Grande, who recently previewed four tracks off her upcoming album, did respond to one of her Arianators when they asked what the song would be about.

"Knowing U'd be better off w/o someone but u can't resist them & need them no matter what," she tweeted.

Grande, who is letting fans pick the cover art of "Problem," said that not only would the single be dropping "very soon," but that she has shot the lyric video already. She will be performing the song for the first time on April 26 at the annual gay dance music festival, White Party, in Palm Springs, California.

The news of "Problem," comes just one day after collaborator Chris Brown dropped the trailer for their track, "Don't Be Gone Too Long." The duet was initially planned to be released in March, but due to Brown's legal problems, it was delayed.

However, it appears that Grande may be working with another artist on the Yours Truly follow-up. Preceding the announcement of "Problem," there was an interesting Twitter exchange between Grande and Australian rapper Iggy Azalea, leading many fans to believe that a collaboration could be in the works.