Ariana Grande Seduces in Sexy Black Outfit at Nokia Theaters: Introduces 'Problem' to Her Fans

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By Sonalee singh | April 28, 2014 5:58 PM EST

Ariana Grande surely knows how to serenade her fans. The 20-year-old singer recently took the stage at Nokia Theaters in Los Angeles and it is needless to say that she looked stunning in a black and white ensemble. Grande was dressed in low cut black corset, skintight pants and white boots. Grande performed her new song " Problem" and did some enthralling moves while showing off her curvaceous figure.

It was a huge night for Grande as she introduced a new song from her solo album "Republic." The former Nickelodeon star was backed by several dancers on stage and the theme of her whole performance was black and while ball drop. Grande wore the same white boots, which she wore for her performance at Easter Egg Roll.

For "Problem," Grande has collaborated with Australian rapper Iggy Azalea. German DJ Zedd has produced the song. The song is now available for download on iTunes and it has melodious notes similar to "Thrift Shop," "Get Right," and"Talk Dirty."

Lyrics of the song go like this:

"Baby, even though I hate ya
I wanna love ya
I want you
And even though I can't forgive ya
I really want to
I want you
Tell me, tell me baby
Why did you leave me
Cause even though I shouldn't want it
I gotta have it
I want you

Head in the clouds
Got no weight on my shoulders
I should be wiser
And realize that I've got
One less problem without ya
I got one less problem without ya
I got one less problem without ya
I got one less, one less problem
One less problem without ya
I got one less problem without ya
I got one less problem without ya
I got one less, one less problem"

Let us know what you think about Ariana Grande's new track from her album "Republic." Do you think Grande is hitting the right notes in the music industry with this one?

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