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It's been more than 15 years since Hanson burst on the scene with "MMMBop." 

Needless to say, they perform the hit song (and others) in a noticeably lower key nowadays than when Taylor and Isaac were teenagers and Zac was a little kid.

Check out them performing "MMMBop" live for Fifi and Jules in September:

The brothers can still harmonize, for sure. Think this would've been a hit if they were just releasing it now and you didn't know the catchy song yet?

For comparison, here's a live performance of the song from 1997:

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Hey, Taylor Swift...

I know you're down in the dumps/But at least you're rich, and your songs don't suck/So take that 13 for luck and find/That there's 100 others waiting in line.

So The Ready Set croons in a just-released new track, titled "For the Better" and dedicated to the young singer and her unfortunate love life.

The artist, of course, recently split with Harry Styles and was then mocked by Michael J. Fox. But let's hope this anthem gives her a bit of hope. Listen now:

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In a new interview with Billboard, Prince makes his feelings on both Madonna and Maroon 5 very clear: the iconic singer is not a fan.

Prince Billboard Cover

Asked by things ended badly between himself and Warner Bros. Records, Prince cites the Material Girl by name, telling the magazine:

"It was always about Madonna. She was getting paid, but at the same time we were selling more records and selling out concerts on multiple nights."

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Last year's Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival (better known as simply Coachella) will go down in music history for the Tupac hologram performance.

How do you follow that up?

It's a tall order, for sure, but Coachella organizers have turned to reunited Brit-pop act Blur and the Red Hot Chili Peppers to anchor its 2013 festival.

Coachella 2013 Poster

Blur and RHCP will be joined by reunited countrymates the Stone Roses, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Lou Reed, Phoenix and Trent Reznor's How to Destroy Angels.

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Two new covers of the Taylor Swift classic "I Knew You Were Trouble" have hit the Internet.

The first, by British artist Tom Odell, slows down the track a great deal and has already received effusive praise from the singer herself, as Swift Tweeted upon hearing this rendition:

"I was already a @tompeterodell superfan... Now I’m just floored. This is so good."

The second actually comes from Modern Family star Ariel Winter, who has unfortunately made headlines over recent weeks for an ugly custody dispute involving her mom and sister.

Listen to both versions now:

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Justin Timberlake is wasting no time.

The former boy bander, who announced his return to music this month and even released the single "Suit & Tie," has now come out with the official Lyrics Video for that track.

It features JT in black-and-white, donning a Tom Ford suit and looking as hip and suave as ever. Watch below:

In other Justin Timberlake music news, the artist will take to the stage for the first time in five years on Saturday, February 2, performing at a DIRECTV-sponsored Super Bowl concert that benefits the Shriners Hospital for Children.

Seriously, how cool is this guy?!?

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With the Beyonce lip-sync scandal gaining momentum, a trio of stars come out in support of the singer - who has also silently staged her own online-based defense.

The artist - who pre-recorded her national anthem performance at Monday's Presidential Inauguration - Tweeted the following photo last night of her in the studio, pretty much telling the public:

Hey, it may not have been live... but I DID sing the song dammit.

Beyonce in Studio

Meanwhile, the following singers spoke out yesterday in response to the controversy:

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Ladies, we’re coming for you.

So said Donnie Wahlberg this morning on The View, as he and his band mates announced that New Kids on the Block are releasing a new album titled "10" in April - and then going on a national tour to promote it!

The tour will be titled "The Package' and it will also feature 98 Degrees AND Boyz II Men. Yes, 30-year old ladies, it's time to relive your youth.

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Obama Inaugural address, Obama schinaugural address.

Let's focus on the true stars of today's second Inauguration:

Kelly Clarkson sang "My Country Tis of Thee," Beyonce amazed with "The Star-Spangled Banner" and James Taylor went with "America the Beautiful."

But of all these musical icons, who impressed you most with his or her patriotic track? Give a listen to all three and then vote below:


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The Gin Blossoms took to the stage this weekend in New York City and… wait, the Gin Blossoms still perform on concert? Their classic track, "Hey Jealousy," no less?!?

That shock aside, audience members were in for a scary surprise themselves when bassist Bill Leen collapsed toward the end of this performance.

He was helped up by the stage manager and his condition was described as "exhaustion from the road," and he was well enough to play against yesterday.

But watch now to see this frightening incident take place:

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