Ariana Grande’s Problem Continues Rise on Hot 100

Ariana Grande's hit single, "Problem," continues to rise on the coveted Billboard charts, including the Billboard Hot 100.

According to the trusted industry publication, "Problem" jumped 3-2 on this week's Billboard Hot 100.

Thanks in part to performances, including the "Dancing With The Stars" season finale and the Billboard Music Awards, Grande's "Problem" is also up in terms of sales and streams.

With 284,000 copies sold within the last week, "Problem," dipped in terms of position on some charts, but grew 15 percent.

"It dips 1-2 on Digital Songs after spending its first three weeks at No. 1, but grows by 15 percent to 284,000. Grande likewise sang the song on the Billboard Music Awards (after Azalea performed "Fancy"; Azalea returned to the stage to join Grande for "Problem"). It slips 2-3 on Streaming Songs (10.4 million, up 39 percent) and bounds 16-10 on Radio Songs top 10 (73 million, up 30 percent), where it's her first top 10 hit; her debut single, "The Way," featuring Mac Miller, reached No. 12 on Radio Songs last year," reports Billboard.

"Problem" leads Ariana Grande's forthcoming sophomore studio album.