Ariana Grande may be certifiably boy crazy on tracks like "Baby I" and "The Way," on her upcoming single, "Problem," she's getting her head out of the clouds.
Days after sharing the seductive cover art for the Iggy Azalea-assisted track, Grande gave her ever-hungry fans a preview of the highly anticipated track, which is the first offering from her upcoming sophomore album.
"Head in the clouds, got no weight on my shoulders/ I should be wiser and realize that I've got one less problem without you," she sings with the help of an unidentified Mr. The lyrics flash over Ariana's face, which is covered by a pinwheel-shaped light. (The image looks familiar to avid Arianators, as it was one of two eligible to become the single's cover art.)
"Problem" will drop in six days. This isn't the first taste Grande's given of album #2. Last month, she previewed four tracks, ranging from the raw ballad "My Everything" to the drum-heavy "They Don't Understand."
Just last week, Chris Brown gave us a preview of he and Ariana's long-simmering duet, "Don't Be Gone Too Long" with a suave dance clip. Even though the collaboration has been delayed because of Brown's legal troubles, it seems like fans will be in for a club-ready joint once it is finally released.