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Hear New Missy Elliott Track + More

  • After a fan asked Timbaland on Twitter why his old pal/collaborator Missy Elliott didn’t make it onto his latest album, Shock Value 2, the producer responded by sharing a previously unreleased collaboration between the two artists titled “Swat Dat Fly.” “Timbo u really went n the Vault 4 this joint!” Elliott tweeted. “We did this joint like 5 yrs ago unmixed and still bang!” Hear it here.

  • Justin Bieber was the big winner at this year’s American Music Awards, taking home four trophies last night, including Artist of the Year. Bieber beat out Eminem, Ke$ha, Lady Gaga, and Katy Perry for the top honors. “Truly I don’t know how this is possible since I’ve been singing Eminem since I was three,” Bieber said in his acceptance speech. Ouch! [American Music Awards]

  • Watch out, StarbucksWilco are heading into the coffee-making business. The band’s John Stirratt and Pat Sansone have teamed up with Intelligentsia Coffee for a blend they’re dubbing Wilco Selects. Pick up a bag here.

  • Courtney Love tweeted a bunch of half-naked pictures of herself over the weekend — again. Check them out, if you dare, here and here.

  • After wrapping up his tour with Grinderman, Nick Cave says he’ll get to work on a new Bad Seeds record, which he plans to release next year. “I’ve got to write one,” he says. “I haven’t written anything yet, but that’s not how I go about things anyway. I have the starting date for the next record and that’s when I go into the office and start it.” [Spinner]

  • Robyn will return with a North American tour that kicks off in Montreal on January 27. The trek — which includes a February 5 show at New York’s iconic Radio City Music Hall — wraps on February 19 in Houston, TX. Complete dates are available here.

  • Wavves‘ frontman Nathan Williams was arrested in Germany for possession of marijuana, according to Pitchfork. Police found a bag of weed during a roadside check; Williams was released on bail. “I gave [the police] €200 and walked out…not a terrible deal,” Williams said in a statement. “And now I’m getting high again.”