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Beliebers, get ready.
Justin Bieber announced that he will release a new song every Sunday at midnight for 10 weeks in a series he is calling #MusicMondays. The first track to debut on Sunday, Oct. 6? "Heartbreaker."
"Sunday Midnight #heartbreaker #MusicMondays #10weeks," the pop star tweeted on Wednesday, Oct. 2.
The tweet has already garnered more than 93,000 re-tweets.
Seems fans are excited!
The Biebs re-posted the cover art for his highly anticipated single to his Instagram account. The pic, which was released in June, features a split crumbling purple heart against a white background.
"# is about to begin - SO MUCH LOVE FOR THE FANS...you are always there for me and I will always be there for you. MUCH LOVE. thanks," is Bieber's new Twitter bio description.
Bieber's manager Scooter Braun also added to the excitement, tweeting "So it begins.... #sunday #midnight #10weeks #musicmondays -expect the unexpected."
The 19-year-old offered fans a taste of "Heartbreaker" back in July with the release of a short Instagram video.
"Oh girl, I got a secret place that we can go/'cause girl I really want to be alone/And baby, nobody else gotta know," Biebs can be heard crooning in the quick clip.
At the time, he offered no release date for the whole song. But now, we have it!
Are you excited for #MusicMondays? Sound off in the comments!