The preview features Azalea rapping the verses she has recorded for the song that's scheduled to be debuted in full on April 27.
Ariana Grande has teased her upcoming single, "Problem", with another preview. After unveiling a short clip featuring her singing her lines earlier this week, the Nickelodeon star took to her Instagram on Thursday, April 24 to share a snippet of the verses recorded by her duet partner, Iggy Azalea.
"Smart money bettin' I'll be better off without you," the Australian femcee raps. "In no time you know I'll be forgettin' all about you/ Sayin' that you know but I really, really doubt you/ Won't you understand my life is easy when I ain't around you?"
"Problem" will arrive in full on Sunday, April 27. The track serves as the first single off Grande's sophomore album that's currently still in the works. The follow-up to her 2013 chart-topping debut set, "Yours Truly", is expected to arrive later this year.
As for Azalea, the 23-year-old rapper recently dropped her debut studio effort. Titled "The New Classic", the record which was delayed numerous times finally hit the stores earlier this month and is currently on course for the highest debut on Billboard 200 chart next week.