By Kevin Rutherford
Her new song “Problem” is one of the songs of the summer, and now Ariana Grande will have an entire album to go with it.
The pop singer announced via her Twitter last night (June 28) that her sophomore album finally has a title, artwork and release date. Titled My Everything, Grande’s new album is scheduled for release Aug. 25.
My Everything follows Grande’s first album, Yours Truly, which dropped just last year. It spawned two top 40 hits in “The Way” and “Baby I” — though none have exploded quite like “Problem,” her horn-infused tune with Iggy Azalea, which has peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 behind Azalea’s “Fancy.”
A track list is not currently available for My Everything, but along with “Problem,” there are a few songs that seem shoo-ins for inclusion, including the new song “Break Free,” which she recorded with Zedd. The song will be released as the album’s next single on July 2 as part of a day on which Grande revives MTV’s TRL for one day only.
Grande posted a teaser of the video for the song on her Instagram last night as well.
Collaborations with Chris Brown, Big Sean and the Weeknd have also occurred in recording sessions for the album.
The album is currently available for preorder.