Buzz Bites (3/21/12): One Direction Makes History With ‘Up All Night’ Debut On Billboard 200

One Direction make Billboard 200 history with ‘Up All Night.’

+ MTV PUSH band One Direction has made history on the Billboard 200 chart. They’re the first U.K. group to debut at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 album chart with Up All Night. They’re predicted to enter the chart with 176,000 copies sold. Congrats, fellas! (Billboard)

+ “RapFix Live” will be interviewing the Odd Future collective today at 4 p.m. ET on MTV.com. Fans can tweet @MTVRapFix with questions for the group. (MTV News)

+  Lana Del Rey has announced two residencies in Los Angeles and New York City. She’ll play a series of intimate concerts, three in each city, in June. “I’m capping every venue at 900 [capacity], because I don’t want to perform for more [people] than that,” she said. (MTV News)

+ 50 Cent has set a release date for his fifth album. “My album is coming out July 2. I got some heat… Trust me I’m ready,” he tweeted yesterday. (Billboard)

+ Watch Arcade Fire perform acoustic renditions of “Haiti” and “Wake Up” at the University of Texas at Austin. Members of the band were in town a few days earlier and were surprise guests during Bruce Springsteen‘s SXSW performance. (PItchfork)

+ Nicki Minaj‘s Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded won’t drop until April 3, but you can hear snippets of the entire album now. NSFW, obvs. (Rap-Up)

+ Get ready to headbang (it kinda means whip your hair, before that phrase existed): KISS and Mötley Crüe will be coheadlining a 40-date U.S. tour this summer. They’re naming it “The Tour,” natch. (Billboard)