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In 2009, Daniel Mustard went viral when he covered Radiohead's "Creep" on the Opie and Anthony Show. What made the performance (below) so noteworthy?

Mustard was living on the streets at the time.

Now cleaned up and no longer living in the New York City parks, Mustard resides in homeless shelters and is asking for your help: he'd love to release an album if he an get it funded.

The aspiring musician has launched a project on Kickstarter to pay for the cost of producing and distributing an EP, along with supplemental merchandise.

So far, 92 people have given $2,903 in four days. There are 46 days remaining for Mustard to meet his goal of $15,000. What can you receive if you donate?

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Call her a Teen Choice Award winner.

Carly Rae Jepsen took home two trophies at last night's fun ceremony, one for Breakout Star and the other for having the Song of the Summer. Perhaps you've heard it once or twice.

If so, go ahead and make it three times, as the 26-year old Canadian put on one of the more enjoyable performance of the night, belting out a rendition of "Call Me Maybe" while the screen behind her flashed shots of other celebrities lip-syncing along.

We dare you not to do the same as you watch...

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It's safe to say Justin Bieber had a good night at the 2012 Teen Choice Awards.

This singing sensation took home four special surf boards (although he lost out to the Vampire Diaries Ian Somerhalder for Choice Male Hottie in the evening's most contested competition) and also took to the stage for a pair of performance, entertaining fans with "Boyfriend" and "As Long as You Love Me."

“What did u guys think?? I do this for y’all. #mybeliebers i love u. Thank u!!!” Justin Tweeted after his songs were over.

Well, guys, what do you think?!? Watch Bieber in action now:

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MC Chris has taken to YouTube to apologize for his behavior at a concert in Philadelphia on Tuesday night. Here's what went down:

An attendee named Mike Taylor posted a Tweet that was critical of MC's opening act, Richie Branson. He then went to the lobby and couldn't believe his ears, as Chris apparently read the message and called Taylor out on stage.

"My friend and I looked at each other confused and heard him ask for it again," Taylor wrote on Reddit. "I got up, walked back onto the floor and raised my hand. He then pointed at me and yelled, "Security is going to take you the f--k out now! That's what you get for talking sh-t on Twitter!"

Security proceeded to lead Taylor out of the arena.

Chris wasn't done, either. He later wrote on Facebook of the incident:

"last night I kicked someone out for being a dick to my opener richie branson on twitter. now this guy's got his pals calling me hitler on twitter or twitler as I now call it. they say I don't allow opinions. wrong. I just don't like it when u insult my friends and i don't really want you in the building. I have nothing against opinions. i have something against you insulting my friends. pretty simple. #haternerds"

Cooler heads did eventually prevail, however, as the venue offered Taylor a refund and, as posted above, Chris apologized.

"I fuc-ed up," he Tweeted at Taylor. "there's no other way to say it. I'm sorry and I felt this way last night. I hate kicking people out and I hope you take my apology sincerely. I deserve what I'm getting today and I will adjust my hyper critical attitude I'm sorry."

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He may not have donned a Snuggie on stage, but Frank Ocean recently covered the Beyonce single "I Miss You," a track the artist himself actually penned for the beloved singer.

Give it a look and a listen now:

Ocean, of course, revealed a previous gay relationship to the world a few weeks ago, an admission that has mostly been met by positive reviews and support from others in the industry.

Beyonce has been leading that charge. She penned an ode to Ocean on her website and has encouraged others to send the star their best wishes.

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Let there be no doubt now over the biggest Beyonce fan on the planet.

We don't know this young man's name, but a kid has recreated the artist's entire "Countdown" video, shot for shot, move for move... all while donning a Snuggie. For what reason?

Perhaps as an odd tribute to Blue Ivy. All we can say for certain is that the guy has some impressive moves. And maybe too much time on his hands.

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Are we looking at the next Carly Rae Jepsen?

Madison Beer is a 13-year old singer with an incredible voice, and also the stamp of approval from a superstar artist who has already made the career of the "Call Me Maybe" artist.

Yes, Justin Bieber may have found his next protege, as the teenage icon has Tweeted the following video of Beer belting out a cover of "At Last" and included the caption: "wow. 13 years old! she can sing. great job. #futurestar."

Bieber also added a link to Beer mashing up Bruno Mars.

Take a listen to the burgeoning celebrity now and answer: is there any way she does not become a huge success?

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No Doubt is officially back on the music scene!

The Gwen Stefani-led group, which will release a new album on September 25, has come out with "Settle Down," the first single of "Push and Shove."

Sophie Muller directed the official trucker-based video for the track and told Rolling Stone of the concept: “The idea is they are all driving to meet after having had their separate lives over the last 10 years.”

Watch the video now and prepare for No Doubt's first studio album since 2001:

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There is no mooning involved. Nor is there a nip slip of any kind.

Unexpected waterworks? Nope, not in this case.

But Madonna has come out with the official music video for "Turn Up the Radio," her third track of "MDNA," which is her 12th studio album and is available now around the world.

Watch the Material Girl drive around in a Cadillac convertible and keep your eye out for her boyfriend, Brahim Zaibat, who makes a cameo in the following video:

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Frank Ocean's album Channel Orange will not be sold at Target stores, but the retailer says it's not because of his recent announcement that he is bisexual.

The record has received plenty of praise since debuting early in digital form, and hitting No. 1 on iTunes in 10 countries ... and Target says that's the issue.

The retailer cited the album’s early iTunes release as the reason behind its controversial decision to yank the rapper's album, not Frank Ocean coming out.

F. Ocean

Target denies pulling it due to Ocean's sexuality, saying: “The claims made about Target’s decision to not carry the Frank Ocean album are absolutely false."

"Target supports inclusivity and diversity in every aspect of our business. Our decisions are based on a wide number of factors, including guest demand.”

The Target rep continued: “Target has a longstanding tradition of supporting music and artistry that reflects the diverse landscape of American culture."

Ocean - who has been praised by Beyonce and Russell Simmons, yet criticized by others since coming out - and his camp seemed to accept that reasoning.

His manager Christian Clancy backtracked on a now deleted tweet suggesting the retailer had other motivations for pulling the record, tweeting:

“I would like to apologize for my comments about Target. They are not carrying Franks album because it went digital first. Not for ANY other reason.”

As for Ocean, he offered his own analysis and tweeted "album won't be available at target. blame it on a generational gap. best buy on deck though."

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