Justin Bieber's Music Mondays begin this week, Oct, 7, at midnight, and the "Baby" singer's official website has gotten a huge makeover to help accommodate for the new music releases. On Friday (Oct. 4), Bieber tweeted a simple link to his official website, announcing the new design and the beginning of his Music Mondays.
Beliebers who head over to JustinBieberMusic.com will see two promotions for Bieber's upcoming releases: his Music Mondays and his "Believe 3D" concert documentary, which will be released for the Christmas season this year.
Dressed mostly in white, Bieber's website teases "Are You Ready?" alongside the single artwork for the pop star's highly anticipated new single, "Heartbreaker."
The top of Bieber's page then lists a series of dates, which are Mondays from this upcoming week until the middle of December. Dec. 25, better known as Christmas Day, shows "Believe," indicating the release date for Bieber's new movie.
Oct. 7 shows the single artwork for "Heartbreaker," the highly anticipated new single from Justin Bieber. The Biebz has been teasing "Heartbreaker" all summer via his Twitter account. Bieber has also taunted fans with a short Instagram video of "Heartbreaker" a cappella and a commercial for his new perfume, The Key, which used the instrumentation.
Earlier this week, Bieber announced his Music Mondays project, wherein a new track will drop every Sunday at midnight for 10 weeks, beginning Oct. 7. Soon after, it was announced that "Heartbreaker" will be the first new song.
Bieber and his manager Scooter Braun have teased that "Heartbreaker" will be released in a "unique manner," and it seems like the Music Mondays series is it. Beliebers should stay in tune with the Internet on Sunday and Monday to finally hear the revelatory single.
Other tracks from the Music Mondays series have yet to be announced.