Buzz Bites (9/14/11): Florence + The Machine Release Details On Sophomore Album

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+ Florence + The Machine released details on their sophomore album, Ceremonials. Florence Welch and band revealed the 12-song track list, and it'll drop in the UK October 31 (yay!). No word on when it hits the U.S. (boo!). Guess we'll be scoping the import section. (Pitchfork)

+ French electro producer DJ Mehdi passed away yesterday at the young age of 34. Mehdi, who'd remixed tracks by Chromeo and Miike Snow, to name a new, suffered fatal injuries when a skylight shattered in the Plexiglas floor of his apartment in Paris. (MTV News)

+ Lady Gaga, Usher and Bono are among the artists booked for a charity show honoring Bill Clinton. The benefit performances will take place in Los Angeles October 15 and will be streamed live on Yahoo!. (MTV News)

+ I think I could do an entire week of Buzz Bites on Nicki Minaj fashions alone, maybe even a year's worth. Peep some of her craycray get-ups at NYFW at MTV Style. (MTV Style)

+ Hilary Duff launched a brand new website. She says "Obrigado" to fans (that's "thank you" in Portuguese; she was just in Brazil on a book tour). She also features some exclusive photos with fans from the tour. (HilaryDuff)

+ Yesterday marked the 15th anniversary of Tupac Shakur's death. While he was murdered at the young age of 25, his legend lives on. Snoop Dogg, RZA, and Drake reflect on his influence here. Read more about his life and legacy at MTV News. (MTV News)