Ariana Grande Poll: Is 'Problem' Or 'Break Free' Your Favorite New Single?

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Ariana Grande performs at the Wild Jam in San Jose, CA, December 15, 2013

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On Wednesday night, Ariana Grande finally released "Break Free," the second single from her upcoming sophomore album "My Everything" and her debut collaboration with EDM maestro Zedd. "Break Free" has already made an impact on the Billboard Twitter Trending 140 chart, and will likely make a splash on the Hot 100 chart soon… but how does it stack up to "Problem," Grande's Iggy Azalea-assisted previous single, which has become her biggest hit to date?

Vote now in the poll below to tell us which of Ariana Grande's latest singles -- "Problem" or "Break Free" -- is your favorite new jam from the rising pop star!

"Problem" exploded upon its release last April, blasting into the Top 10 of the Hot 100 chart and sitting at the No. 2 spot (behind Iggy Azalea's mega-hit "Fancy") for weeks on end. Grande has performed "Problem" at the 2014 Billboard Music Awards, iHeartRadio Music Awards and Radio Disney Music Awards, and just as importantly, the song's blend of fluttery singing, unchained horns, hard-nosed rapping and a whispered chorus has been dominating Top 40 radio for months.

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Meanwhile, "Break Free" pushes Grande's R&B sound in a completely different direction: with a massive hook and a propulsive beat, the new single finds Zedd once again pairing up with a female vocalist and for a dance floor stunner. The new single made its premiere during MTV's "Total Ariana Live" special on Wednesday night, and the song may be given the awards show treatment when Grande performs at the Video Music Awards later this summer.

Need to listen to both singles again before making a final call? Hear "Problem" and "Break Free" once more, and then sound off in the poll above!


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