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LeBron James is apparently channeling his inner Jay-Z this offseason.

The Miami Heat star released a teaser on Instagram of himself rapping, and his rendition of Hov's "N--gas in Paris" is not the worst thing ever.

"Yo you already know what it is ... it's the kid King James," he says.

Indeed. Listen and evaluate the NBA champ's game below:

Summation: LBJ is no 'Ye on the mic. But he's also no Tan Mom.

He's also got a good potential teacher in BFF Drake, at least.

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Take caution, mysterious Kanye West music video leaker person. This rapper is SERIOUSLY pissed off.

Hours after a version of Kanye's Black Skinhead video hit the Internet (and was promptly removed) West took to Twitter and positively went off on the individual responsible for dropping it early.

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The unfinished video is clearly in need of a edits, especially in the CGI department, as Kanye explained in one segment of his online rant:

"Me and Nick Knight have been working on this video for 5 months and for creatives it's heartbreaking when something like this happens."

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Kanye West's mysterious "Black Skinhead" music video surfaced briefly on the rapper's website last night, only to suddenly disappear with no explanation.

A few places still have it up. Check it out while you can:

In the "Black Skinhead" music video, a CGI version of Kanye West bops along to the emphatic hip hop song, which appears on his new album Yeezus.

Other animated faces in black hoods appear alongside barking dogs, visuals that are familiar to those who witnessed West's Governor's Ball show.

The relatively bare bones nature of the video has both fans and critics wondering whether it was even finished or if it was posted prematurely, however.

Not that we expect comment from 'Ye anytime soon.

Guy is not one to quell speculation and debate regarding his music. Plus, he has his hands full these days with Kim Kardashian and North West.

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Ice Cube has made his feelings on Dwight Howard signing with the Rockets rather well-known.

And let's just say he's less diplomatic about the situation than Kobe Bryant, who mostly just unfollowed his ex-teammate on Twitter and wished him well.

"F-ck Dwight Howard… we don't need no punk ass motherf-ckers on our team," the rapper screamed on stage at the Greek Theater over the weekend.

Added the long-time Lakers fan: "Kobe will win another championship before Dwight Howard ever sniffs one."

Will the Rockets or Lakers have a better record next season? Vote on that topic now and then watch this epic rant:

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The acting career of her brother may be over (sorry, Jaden Smith ... After Earth really was that bad), but Willow Smith is attempting to revive her singing career.

Following the monumental success of "Whip My Hair," the 12-year old is back with "Summer Fling," a track on which she collaborates with DJ MVSIC Fabrega.

The song is catchy, but the video is a bit odd, as an older man portrays Willow's love interest and the young star debuts a near mullet-like hairstyle.

Jaden also makes a cameo, while the American Flag plays a key role. Watch it all unfold now:

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The 2013 summer jam "Blurred Lines" mashed up with The Cosby Show's opening credits?

You might not connect them at first, but watch the video below and have your mind blown!

The infectious track by Robin Thicke, Pharrell and T.I. has become a smash hit with its retro R&B sound, so it's not too hard to envision Bill & Co. gettin' down.

If "Blurred Lines" doesn't look like a natural fit with the Huxtables' dance moves, what does?

The rapey lyrics, on the other hand, may not be the best fit for the wholesome sitcom.

Oh well. Win some, lose some. And in conclusion: #COSBY.

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Rebecca Black is turning heads along with fellow singer Jon D. for an acoustic cover of Miley Cyrus' "We Can't Stop" that hit YouTube on Friday (obviously).

It doesn't suck as hard as you'd think for a Rebecca Black song, either!

Seriously, the harmonizing between Becks and Jon is rather beautiful at times (we're not being sarcastic), making Miley's risque hit almost melodious:

If you've seen the Miley Cyrus "We Can't Stop" music video, you know it's all about Twerking, strip clubs, cocaine, getting it in ... any taboo you can think of.

Black, 16, clearly modified the lyrics to make it more of a PG version.

If nothing else, you've got to hand it to Rebecca for perseverance. Given the bullying she endured over "Friday," it's amazing she's still producing music.

Much-improved music, no less. Don't you agree?

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Britney Spears is hard at work, and things are about to get personal.

"So excited 2 give u a taste of my new album... can't wait 2 share what I've been working on," she Tweeted. "Going to be my most personal album ever :)"

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The 31-year-old recently released her latest single, "Ooh La La," an upbeat track featured in The Smurfs 2, and is getting in shape for her Vegas show.

"I'm doing 90 minutes of yoga twice a week in addition to a lot of cardio - hour-long sessions three times a week with my trainer," she revealed.

"[Vegas] won't be simple - they'll be a massive party from start to finish. And to pull this off, I have to be in top condition and running at full speed."

From the looks of these Britney Spears bikini pics, she's off to a good start!

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He tried to warn us with the single art: Naked women were on the way.

And Justin Timberlake has not disappointed in this regard, as his recently released music video for the track "Tunnel Vision" includes smooth dancing… hip fashion… and, yes, many topless females wearing flesh-colored thongs.

The explicit, nearly seven-minute long video reminds many of Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines," which was actually banned by YouTube for its abundance of nudity.

Watch JT do his thing below in this NSFW video and sound off: Has he also gone too far?

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Mariah Carey celebrated out nation's 237th birthday last night by sitting on a stack of hay - and by not lip-synching!

Indeed, the singer - who many believe was not exactly performing live at this year's BET Awards - took the stage last night at the Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular, performing her latest hit alongside Miguel.

Watch the duo in patriotic action now and confirm: Carey is actually singing "#Beautiful" this time, right?

Right?!?

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