Beliebers now have a good reason to look forward to Monday.

Pop star Justin Bieber today announced the forthcoming "Music Mondays" series, which will deliver a brand new song online each week for 10 weeks until the end of December.

Bieber teased the project on Twitter, saying "Are you ready? #10weeks #musicmondays," confirming what his manager Scooter Braun previously revealed when he promised new Bieber music "in October until December."

"Music Mondays" kicks off this Sunday, October 6 at midnight, when the single "Heartbreaker" will be the first song made available. 
 
In 2010, Kanye West launched a similar endeavor  with his weekly G.O.O.D. Fridays series. Included among the songs available for free download was a collaboration with Bieber. 

Bieber also teased a "special movie on Christmas," although no further details have been released. Will Biebs make an appearance as a tiny Santa?