Ariana Grande doesn't have a "problem" when it comes to getting her fans to download her new single, "Problem." In fact, she has set a new record on iTunes.

In a tweet from the head of her record label, it's confirmed that Ariana Grande set an iTunes record for the fastest song to go to number one.

Her song went to number one on the chart in just 37 minutes. If that wasn't enough, the record is expected to sell more than 300,000 copies by the end of the week. Since 1991, only 22 songs have managed to sell that number of copies in their first week. The last two to do so were Eminem and Rihanna's "The Monster" and One Direction's "Story of My Life."

Grande finished filming the music video for the song on Tuesday. "Problem" is off of of her second album, due out this summer.