Buzz Bites (3/1/13): Stream David Bowie’s ‘The Next Day’ Album Before Its Release

Stream David Bowie's "The Next Day" album; Justin Bieber celebrates his 19th birthday in London, goes shirtless + Rihanna is Elle UK's multiple cover girl in today's Buzz Bites.

Stream David Bowie’s “The Next Day” before its release.

+ David Bowie‘s The Next Day streets on March 12, but in the meantime, you can head to iTunes to stream it in its entirety. It’s his first studio album since 2003′s Reality. (Pitchfork)

+ Happy 19th birthday, Justin Bieber! He officially started celebrating after his London concert, where he gave fans a “present” by going shirtless while heading back to his hotel. “Great show!!! Now gonna celebrate 19!! Thanks,” he tweeted. (Just Jared)

+ It’s one thing to be a cover girl, but Rihanna is an Elle U.K. cover girl times four. Two covers will reportedly hit newsstands for the April 2013 issue, while the other two will be available on Elle’s website. Check each of them out. (Neon Limelight)

Nicki Minaj gives “multitasking” new meaning. She’s judging on “American Idol,” prepping her video for “High School,” and she told MTV News that recording a new album is up next. “I’ll be doing it here in L.A. while I’m shooting ‘Idol,’” she said. (MTV News)

+ Snoop Lion‘s debut album, Reincarnated, will be released April 23 and features collabos with Drake, Rita Ora, Chris Brown, and more. Watch a trailer for the companion documentary, which chronicles his Snoop Dogg to Snoop Lion Rastafarian transformation. It hits select theaters March 15. (Rap-Up)

+ Watch Macklemore and Ryan Lewis’ anti-homophobia PSA for the You Can Play campaign. “Don’t let being gay hold you back, and if you’re straight, do not hold others back … Anti-gay language has no place in sports, or music. If you can play, you can play,” Macklemore says in the clip. (MTV News)

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