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The citizens of Great Britain may still be waiting for the Royal baby to be born, but at least many were treated to quite the performance last night in the meantime.

Justin Timberlake and Jay-Z took to the main stage for day three of the Yahoo! Wireless Festival at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London - and debuted "Holy Grail" for the very first time in concert.

The track is off the new Jay-Z album and it received a huge response. Take a listen and a look now for yourself:

“London… I have NO WORDS. That was a night I will never forget. Unreal. Hope you had as much fun as we did. #TNKids #WirelessFestival” Timberlake Tweeted in regard to the reception.

The friends and artists also collaborated on stage Sunday for “Suit & Tie,” “Take Back the Night,” and “Mirrors.”

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Justin Timberlake has released the first single from the second portion of his wildly successful album The 20/20 Experience, "Take Back the Night."

Take a listen to it below!

"Take Back The Night" was written by Justin himself, Timbaland, Jerome "J-Roc" Harmon and James Fauntleroy. It follows "Suit & Tie" and "Mirrors."

And that NSFW "Tunnel Vision" music video, which needs no explanation.

Introducing his latest effort, JT Tweeted, "Why wait? #The2020Experience continues."

Right Now! Ladies & Gents, roll our windows down & play it loud!"

After hearing it above, tell us: Would you?

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While she continues after hip surgery shelved her world tour, the incomparable Lady Gaga has announced her new album ARTPOP will arrive later this year.

ARTPOP will be available November 11.

Lady Gaga Topless, Masked

The singer's work will be accompanied by an app described as a “musical and visual engineering system that combines music, art, fashion and technology.”

Meanwhile, the project’s first single, believed to be the title track, will debut much sooner - August 19 - with album pre-orders kicking off on September 1.

The performer announced the news on Facebook personally.

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With all due respect to Miley Cyrus Twerking, classical music has been unjustly overlooked during the ascension of this suggestive new dance craze.

Typically associated with hip hop, Twerking is interpreted through a radically different genre below in an experiment designed to legitimize the art.

"Twerking to Classical," an ongoing Huffington Post series, blends web videos of twerking with the more accepted artistic mores of classical music.

The result? Nothing short of paradigm breaking.

The first installment, "Twerking to Classical," explores the dynamic between Aram Khachaturian’s Suserov Par (Saber Dance) and a series of female twerkers.

The sequel, from "Men at Twerk," combines some of the most acclaimed male Twerkers with Gioachino Rossini’s smash hit William Tell Overture.

When it comes to these guys and girls contorting, gyrating and parting like it's 1699, we can’t stop ... and we're guessing you won't be able to either.

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So apparently Corey Feldman has a new music video out.

That enough would make you do a double-take, but it's got babes in garter belts, Michael Jackson-style dance moves, Goonies references, and ... Sean Astin.

It's also catchy in an awesomely terrible awesome way:

The vid's YouTube description invites us to step inside the "Feldmansion" in this Day in the Life Adventure with the actor, flanked by 2 of "Corey's Angels."

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Britney Spears' sons Sean Preston, 7, and Jayden James Federline, 6, star in her new music video for "Ooh La La," from The Smurfs 2 soundtrack.

The kids' video debut dropped today on Vevo. Peep it!

"Omg. How CUTE are my boys?!" she wrote in an Instagram caption.

In the video, Spears is at the movies with her sons when the pop star suddenly disappears in a blue flash of light and then appears on big screen.

The excited boys smile and point at the screen. "Cool," they say in unison. Then, "Hi, Mom!" Check out a photo of them Britney posted, too:

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It may no longer be July Fourth, but Demi Lovato remains in the American spirit.

The singer released an 18-second teaser for her next music video last night, which will be for the track "Made in the USA" and which will most definitely possess a summer theme.

The footage depicts a couple lying on a car in an open field, checking out the the sunset. We also see a couple quick shots of an always-pretty Lovato glancing at the camera:

Demi has made news over the past couple weeks outside of music.

She offered praise for the new, real Barbie and she opened up to Cosmopolitan, flashing her cleavage and admitting she contemplated suicide at the age of seven.

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Following the success of "Get Lucky," the first single off their new album Random Access Memories, Daft Punk has teamed with Durex for a line of condoms.

Seriously. The Get Lucky (what else) brand showcases their logo alongside a photo of the French twosome with Pharrell Williams and Nile Rodgers.

Get Lucky Condoms

The endorsement does make some sense, considering the lyrics to the song: "She's up all night 'til the sun / I'm up all night to get some," Pharrell croons.

"She's up all night for good fun / I'm up all night to get lucky!"

President Barack Obama would no doubt approve.

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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.

Kanye West Video Still

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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