Arianators, rejoice! Ariana Grande has unveiled the album title for her second studio effort. Over the weekend, the "Problem" singer announced her new record... My Everything, which will be released on Aug. 25.

Grande threw tradition out the window by announcing the record at 10 p.m. on a Saturday, not exactly prime press time for one of the summer's hottest performers, but alas, she tweeted "my album is called my everything.... annddd there's more," on June 28.

Grande followed her album title announcement with a goodies-filled pre-order on her official website and an interview with Ryan Seacrest, where she announced an exclusive concert stream for fans who pre-order My Everything alongside the album's release date, cover and collaborations.

In addition to the Iggy Azalea-featuring single "Problem" and "Break Free" with Zedd, Grande announced she reunited with one of her "best friends" Big Sean for the track "Best Mistake," which she remarked was one of her favorites on the album. Grande also recorded a song with Chris Brown "Don't Be Gone Too Long," but it's unconfirmed whether or not the track made the cut for My Everything.

Though Grande's interview with Seacrest was a mere three minutes, she packed a lot in, also revealing the simplistic cover art for My Everything, which just features the 21-year-old starlet kneeling on a stool, photographed in black and white.

And as if all the album information wasn't enough, Grande also teased her new single "Break Free" on her Instagram, showing off the video's sci-fi influence and her newly discovered EDM vibes.

"This is the part where I break free 'cause I can't resist it no more," Grande blasts over the club-friendly beat. The music video features Grande climbing on some white rafters and mugging at the camera, clearly pulling from Barbarella, which she's noted repeatedly as an influence for the song.

"Break Free" (feat. Zedd) is due to be released on July 2. Grande will perform the new single on a reboot of MTV's old beloved countdown show Total Request Live (TRL), which she will be reviving for one day this Wednesday.

My Everything is due in stores Aug. 25. Grande's second effort follows the release of her debut Yours Truly, which was released late last year.