Justin Bieber's New Music, Movie Coming Soon -- But How Soon?

Scooter Braun reveals that new music will hit this fall, followed by a movie by year's end.

Beliebers won't have to wait much longer to hear new tunes from Justin Bieber. Manager Scooter Braun confirmed that new music will drop next month.

Scooter took to Twitter on Monday (September 9) to hype up releases from his artists, including The Wanted's delayed release date. During the Twitter flurry, he revealed that Bieber "gives u some new music in October until December and then a special movie on Christmas," teasing that the long-in-the-works documentary, "Believe," may also be released by the end of 2013 (that is "...provided we finish the movie on time [director] @jonmchu.")

Though no specific dates were revealed by Braun, Bieber has been teasing new music from his "music journals" project for months, even giving fans a small taste of its lead single, "Heartbreaker," in a commercial for his latest perfume, The Key, and in an a cappella Instagram video.

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Previously, Braun had told MTV News he thinks that "Heartbreaker" will end the "witch hunt" of the teen star and added that "he wants to speak for himself."

He continued, "For this project, we want to do things a little bit differently. And there are more songs than 10 or 12, so if you have more music and you have more things you want to express, you gotta think out the box, and [think like] 'How do I get this out there in a unique way where it gets directly to my fans and I can express myself through music directly to them?' And I think that's what it's about — when you have people who are incredibly creative, things happen."

While Bieber is gearing up to release his new music in the next month, he did just appear alongside Lil Twist and Miley Cyrus on the track "Twerk," which according to the rapper was originally intended for Bieber's own album release.

"He was doing 'Twerk' for 'Journals' with him and Miley and then once me and him had a conversation over dinner it was like, 'Yo bro, I think this should be your single and we should go with it'," he explained last week.