Ariana Grande Teams With Iggy Azalea For 'Problems': See The Cover Art

New track will drop in 10 days.

The Arianators have spoken. Last week, Ariana Grande took to Instagram to choose between two possible black-and-white images for her upcoming "Problems" single cover art.

After the votes were tallied, the "Baby I" singer revealed the winning image via IG with the hashtag #10daystilproblem, and revealed that Iggy Azalea will be assisting her on the track.

The winner, of course, was the more seductive image of the pair, which shows Grande leaning back in a foldout chair, dressed in a black camisole, white thigh-highs and metal-tipped stilettos. The sultry singer is also shown flipping through her hair while looking directly into the camera with her best "come hither" look.

The losing image was more of an artistic take, featuring a close-up of Grande's face shadowed by a pinwheel light.

"Problems" will likely be the lead single from Grande's yet-untitled sophomore album. Earlier this week, Chris Brown released a dance teaser their long-simmering duet, "Don't Be Gone Too Long."

The club-ready track was slated to come out in March, but it was delayed because of Brown's legal problems -- he was arrested in March for violating his probation and beings trial on April 21 in a D.C. assault case.