Buzz Bites (7/12/13): Lady Gaga Unveils ‘ARTPOP’ Release Date, Teases New Single

Lady Gaga unveils ARTPOP release date.

Get ready, Little Monsters… Lady Gaga’s “ARTPOP” album will be released on Nov. 11!

+ Hang on tight, Little Monsters. The one and only Lady Gaga has announced that her forthcoming album, ARTPOP, will be released on Nov. 11! And Mother Monster didn’t stop there — Gaga also promised an as-yet-unnamed single to be released on Aug. 19 and an accompanying app that will bring “ARTculture into Pop in a reverse Warholian expedition.” (MTV News)

+ And speaking of new releases, Jonas Brothers revealed the name of their next album at their opening tour date in Chicago, according to Radio Disney host Ernie D. “The name of the new @JonasBrothers album is… ‘V’ (roman numeral five). Announced tonight at their show #SizzlinSummerConcertSeries,” Ernie D. tweeted. (Just Jared Jr.)

+ Listen to Robin Thicke‘s sizzling new single, “Take It Easy On Me.” The Timbaland-produced track hails from Robin’s forthcoming Blurred Lines, which drops July 30. (MTV News)

+ Watch behind-the-scenes footage from Nelly‘s “Get Like Me” video with Nicki Minaj and Pharrell Williams. The clip features plenty of Nicki twerks along with her joking about her (nonexistent) cellulite. Nelly’s M.O. is slated for a fall release and also features T.I., Future, 2 Chainz, and more. (Rap-Up)

+ Check out 2 Chainz’s first installment of “24 Hours To Live.” The miniseries, which was filmed in Los Angeles and South Africa, will feature a new episode each week leading up to his new album, B.O.A.T.S. II: Me Time, due Sept. 10. (RapFix)

+ Congrats to Backstreet Boys‘ Kevin Richardson and his wife, Kristin Kay Willits, on the birth of their son! “Special delivery! Another Richardson boy… at 3:05am Wednesday morning (7/10/13), Maxwell Haze Richardson decided to join the party,” Kevin wrote on Facebook. (E!)

+ Demi Lovato created a scholarship fund to honor her late father, Patrick Lovato, who passed away last month. Demi partnered with Cast Recovery to establish The Lovato Treatment Scholarship, which will benefit people suffering from mental illness who are seeking treatment. (Just Jared Jr.)

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