Buzz Bites: Watch Justin Timberlake’s ‘Not A Bad Thing’ Video

Watch Justin Timberlake's new video for "Not A Bad Thing."

A new JT clip is definitely NOT a bad thing. #love

+ Searching for the meaning of love? Well, so are two documentarians, whose quest is front and center in Justin Timberlake’s new video for “Not A Bad Thing.” In the romantic clip, the filmmakers talk to couples about love while looking for a pair who allegedly got engaged on the subway to one of Justin’s songs. (MTV News)

+ According to the “Dateline” Twitter handle, Lady Gaga will premiere the music video for “G.U.Y.” this Saturday at 8 p.m. ET/7 p.m. CT on NBC. Not sleeping until then starting… NOW. (Idolator)

+ Could a Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber duet be on the horizon? While the maybe-couple haven’t dropped any clues that one is in the works, a fan on Tumblr posted an instrumental clip called “Duet #1″ and wrote that Sel and Justin were the featured artists. (MTV News)

The Black Keys are dropping a new song, “Fever,” on Monday. It’s their first new material since 2011′s El Camino, which won a Grammy in 2013 for Best Rock Album. (Pitchfork)

+ Azealia Banks has tweeted a message to her fans (and probably also her label) regarding her long-delayed debut LP, Broke With Expensive Taste, writing: “Album leaks starting April 15th.” (@AZEALIABANKS)

+ Check out Paramore’s “Ain’t It Fun” Record Store Day 12-inch, available Apr. 19. The jagged vinyl, which looks like it was smashed in half, was designed by frontwoman Hayley Williams. (MTV News)

+ YUSSSS. Kate Bush has announced that she’ll be performing a 15-date residency at London’s Hammersmith Apollo later this year. This is the “Running Up That Hill” singer’s first live performance in over a decade and the first opportunity that fans will have to catch her on tour since 1979. Weeping forever. Can’t stop. Won’t stop. (Billboard)

+ Rita Ora dishes about her forthcoming sophomore album in Paper magazine’s April cover story. In it, she reveals that the followup to 2012′s Ora will feature four tracks produced by her boyfriend, Calvin Harris, and collaborations with Prince and Macklemore. (Paper)

+ Seattle Police have released two previously unseens photographs from the scene of Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain’s suicide. (MTV News)

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