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    Miley Cyrus Will Design You a Custom Tattoo for Just $10,000

    Ever wanted to get something designed by a celebrity permanently inked onto your body? Do you have an extra $10,000 sitting around? If the answer to both of those questions is an emphatic "yes" then Miley Cyrus might want a word with you. The budding visual artist and provocateur's ongoing partnership with Los Angeles homeless youth center My Friend's Place has spawned a unique opportunity for diehard Miley fans. As part of a contest to benefit the shelter, as MTV points out, the Bangerz singer will design a custom tattoo for you for just ten grand. What a bargain right?It's a move only slightly less bold than bringing one of the homeless young people in question to the VMAs to accept her award, but this whole thing is all for an important cause so that makes it a little bit easier to overlook the ridiculousness.

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    Kanye West Surprised Common's AAHH! Fest With a 16-Song Greatest Hits Set

    Though he's always showing up in places you wouldn't expect him to be, there's still really no bigger "special surprise guest" you can have on your lineup than Kanye West. When Common announced his inaugural AAHH! Fest back in August, Yeezy wasn't officially billed, but Sunday night he showed up in classic form, running through a set of some of his most crowd-pleasing hits including "Jesus Walks," "Power," "Mercy," and "Clique." Kanye closed out his set in Chicago's Union Park with Common on stage for a rendition of their collaborative track "Get 'Em High." Common also brought out Vince Staples and Jay Electronica to perform a forthcoming remix of his own "Kingdom." You can catch some shaky and distorted fan-shot video both above and below via Pitchfork.

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    Watch Lorde, Nicki Minaj, Taylor Swift's Full Sets at IHeartRadio Festival

    The annual pop star convention that is the IHeartRadio Music Festival went down over the weekend at Las Vegas' MGM Grand Resort and Casino and from the livestreams that have been dutifully captured by enterprising fans, it seems like there was a lot to love. Lorde, Nicki Minaj, and Taylor Swift all offered up stunning, if short, performances of all of their recent singles, as well as a smattering of the work that's rocketed each of them to the top of the charts to begin with. Coldplay and Ariana Grande also took to the stage for victory laps in celebration of Ghost Stories and My Everything, respectively. Usher too ran through a selection of recent hits, for which he enlisted Chris Brown for a little bit of help. You can catch all of those snack-sized sets right here, starting with Lorde up above.

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    Beyonce and Jay Z Light Up a Stadium in HBO Performance of 'Young Forever,' 'Halo'

    Over the weekend, HBO finally aired Beyoncé and Jay Z's "On the Run" concert documentary, but fortunately if you missed it—or don't happen to have a premium cable package—the duo has shared another clip from the film. Though we've already seen a short film composed of the b-roll as well as a couple of teasers and trailers, Bey and Jay have shared the first performance from the doc in the form of a stunning medley of The Blueprint 3's "Young Forever" and "Halo."Introducing the songs, Jay Z asks that the entirety of the Paris, France crowd to put up their cellphones and "light the stadium up," but even if they hadn't responded in kind, the performance (backed by nostalgic home videos) probably would have done a good enough job. It'll be enough to get you even more excited for that rumored collaborative album, at the very least. Watch the seven-minute medley up above.

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    Thom Yorke Teases World With Mysterious Photo of White Record

    UK-based man of mystery/Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke was up to his usual manipulations this weekend. In a post to the Tumblr he shares with artist Stanley Donwood, Yorke shared a photo of a mysterious white record on a turntable with what appears to be two album sleeves in the background. As Consequence of Sound reports, some fans are interpreting this as a covert sign that new music is coming from one of Yorke's projects, and given the fact that the link has subsequently been shared by producer Nigel Godrich and (as of this morning) the official Radiohead account, all signs are pointing in that direction.It'd be strange for this to be new tunes for Radiohead proper.

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    Yeezy Taught Me: Kanye West Led a Class at a Los Angeles Community College

    In addition to making headlines with each bit of stage banter he's let loose this summer, Kanye West has also apparently been giving back to the community. Because of his July 2013 altercation with a photographer at LAX, he was sentenced to 250 hours of community service. But the multi-hyphenate mogul surely wouldn't be subject to the usual drudgery accompanied by such a sentence, and he's instead found himself volunteering his time as a guest speaker at Los Angeles Trade Technical College.As Complex points out, some of his fashion students have finally posted some photos of good ol' Professor West in action. You can catch those below via TeamKanyeDaily. Be sure to note Yeezy's sleek new hairdo and just try to imagine what it would be like if the guy that made Yeezus told you that you needed to make presentations tomorrow.

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    Watch the Replacements' Ramshackle Cover of Jackson 5's 'I Want You Back'

    The Replacements have traditionally been known to occasionally spice up their live sets with unexpected covers, but on this reunion tour they've pulled one totally out of left field. Friday night in Queens, New York, as on most of the dates of the tour, the band played a rollicking rendition of the Jackson 5's "I Want You Back." Though they're only able to make their way through about a minute, its a pretty heartwarming take on the track. Brooklyn Vegan notes that singer/guitarist Paul Westerberg said that the band was "proud of themselves for learning that riff." You can watch fan-shot video above via Pitchfork.

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    Madonna Is Also Working With Blood Diamonds and DJ Dahi on Her 2015 LP

    Madonna's bizarre cast of cohorts for her follow-up to MDNA just got a little stranger. In addition to bumps from EDM godheads Diplo and Avicii, as well as superproducer Ariel Reichstad, she's announced on Instagram that she's also working with weirdo beathead Blood Diamonds and Kendrick Lamar producer DJ Dahi.Both producers appear seated behind computers in Madge's Instagram post with the caption "nothing can stop the Sex Boyzzzzzz! Aka Dahi and Blood Diamonds. #iconic #Sex #trustnobitch." Blood Diamonds is Vancouver producer Mike Tucker, who just recently had another dose of fame with a co-production credit on Grimes' Roc-A-Fella debut "Go." DJ Dahi is the producer of Drake's "Worst Behavior" and has also handled tracks by Lamar and the rest of the TDE crew. It's pretty hard to imagine what sort of things these two would cook up together, let alone when Madonna is involved.

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    Watch That Arcade Fire, Bon Iver Supergroup Cover Phil Collins, White Stripes

    Last week, Win Butler announced a one-off performance from an unbelievable indie rock supergroup featuring his brother Will, Bon Iver's Justin Vernon, Nikolai Fraiture of the Strokes. The so-called Pop All Star Band took to the stage Saturday in Montreal during the halftime show of the Butler brothers annual Pop vs. Jock charity basketball game and it looks like it was something special. With help from other Arcade Fire members, including Régine Chassagne, and A-Trak, the crew covered Phil Collins' "In the Air Tonight" and the White Stripes "Seven Nation Army."As for the game itself, as Stereogum reports, the Butler brothers and Vernon (as well as former NBA players Luke Bonner and Brian Scalabrine) led Team Pop to a 101-92 victory over Team Jock (which was composed of players from McGill and Concordia University basketball teams).

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    Stevie Wonder Helped Seth Rogen and James Franco Throw Jimmy Fallon a Birthday Party

    One of the great things about the level of fame afforded to late night tv hosts is that you can enlist all sorts of A-list friends to come hang out on your show pretty much whenever you want. But rather than throw himself an extravagant party on Friday night, Jimmy Fallon's staff decided to surprise him for his 40th birthday with some special appearances from some longtime friends—which in this case means a half-naked Seth Rogen and James Franco popping out of a giant cake and Stevie Wonder singing "Happy Birthday." It's all quite surreal seeming, and even The Tonight Show host himself seems pretty stunned. You can watch that bit above, but the party continued later when Wonder emerged with the Roots for a horn-laden performance of "Sir Duke." Catch that below.

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