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Jazz musician George Duke, known as one of the greats in his genre and an influence on countless artists, died Monday in Los Angeles at age 67.

The Duke

A pioneer in funk and R&B as well as jazz, he had been battling chronic lymphocytic leukemia, according to Concord Music Group, which confirmed his death.

His son, Rashid Duke, said in a statement on Monday:

"The outpouring of love and support that we have received from my father's friends, fans and the entire music community has been overwhelming."

"Thank you all for your concern, prayers and support."

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Chris Brown is talking retirement at the age of 24, and it all boils down to fame and how he believes he's being treated by the media and public at large.

“Don’t worry mainstream America," the R&B singer Tweeted.

"After this X album, it’ll probably be my last album.”

Brown then tweeted, “Being famous is amazing when it’s for ur music and talent. I’m tired of being famous for a mistake I made when i was 18. I’m cool & over it!”

Chris' declarations came hours after he turned himself into jail in connection with the hit-and-run incident this spring that may cost him his probation.

He was booked but released on his own recognizance (below).

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We have a challenger to that dog who sings along to Adele.

Meet Wagner. He's a White Shepherd with an apparent fondness for Daft Punk, as his owner makes clear in this adorable video.

As soon as "Get Lucky" hits, Wagner awakens from a nap, howls along with the up-tempo track... and then collapses back asleep once it ends.

Is he as talented as Amanda Seyfriend's dog? Maybe not. But that is quite the high bar to set. Watch Wagner do his musical thing now:

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Cookie Monster is branching out.

The dessert-loving puppet is taking a swing at singing in a new music video, covering the Icona Pop classic "I Want It" for a track he has titled "Me Want It (But Me Wait)."

In the song, Cookie Monster goes on about learning to wait until the perfect time to chow down on his desired chocolate treats, as helps viewers learn about portion control.

Watch now and then compare this single to Cookie's other famous cover, "Share It Maybe."

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Jay-Z may not have intended "Empire State of Mind" for daughter Blue Ivy.

But the new album "Rockabye Baby! Lullaby Renditions of Jay-Z" now makes it possible for this superstar to play his rap anthem for little Blue and children of all ages around the world.

Entertainment Weekly has debuted the video that accompanies this soothing track, which features a teddy bear making his way around The Big Apple.

It's cute, it's melodic and it trades in loud beats for the gentle tones of a xylophone. Listen below and preorder the CD now off Amazon ...

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A sunlight dappled meadow. A dusty road. Suspenders. 

All par for the course when it comes to Mumford & Sons. However, their newest video for "Hopeless Wanderer" takes that trope and puts it on its head.

Watch the "Hopeless Wanderer" video below!

Unless you are among the countless YouTube viewers who somehow missed the point and were instead outraged that the band trashed their instruments, you surely noticed that the band was replaced with some familiar faces.

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Fans are getting an eye full of Miley Cyrus these days.

The singer poses nude for Marc Jacobs and in advocacy of skin cancer prevention on a new line of t-shirts, while she also stars in the new Big Sean music video for the song "Fire."

And she doesn't exactly wear a great deal of clothing in it. Watch the 20-year old writhe all around and enjoy her own body now:

Why did Big Sean cast Cyrus in such a revealing role?

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Robin Thicke's hit song "Blurred Lines" has been criticized for being too "rapey" by some women, and its uncensored video was banned from YouTube.

Make no mistake, though - it's a huge turn on to Mrs. Thicke!

"I love that song," Robin's wife Paula Patton told Chelsea Handler. "I don't know what it is, it just makes you want to dance and party and groove."

Paula Patton, Robin Thicke

"I watched that video. I was a little bit jealous, then I wanted to jump his bones. I was like, ‘I want to take you down right now.' That's how I know it's a hit!"

Not only that, Paula Patton was the one who convinced the singer to release the controversial "Blurred Lines" music video featuring topless models.

Paula explained, "It's funny, he came home and he was like, ‘I gotta be honest with you. Diane Martel, the video director, did an amazing job on it.'"

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Anthony "Spice" Adams has gone from the gridiron to the grill.

The former Penn State standout was drafted in 2003 by the 49ers and played four seasons in San Francisco, followed by four seasons in Chicago before retiring in March.

And now he's a viral video star!

Adams has released "Slab City," a parody of the 2011 hit "Rack City," that features plenty of slo-mo sauce action, along with a lot more than you probably want to see of this large man without a shirt on.

Watch the music video now and then scroll down for the trailer Adams made shortly after retired.

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Day Above Ground recently released a song called "Asian Girlz," and immediately felt the backlash, which isn't shocking considering its lyrics and content.

Depending on your point of view, it's either the most racist thing you've seen all week, the most racist thing you've seen ever, or somewhere in between:

While an Asian model strips, the band sings about fried rice and basically every other stereotype you can think of, with varying degrees of offensiveness.

While this is happening, every member of the band goes on a date with an Asian girl, who's "17 or 23, it doesn't matter to me!" Seriously, that's a lyric.

Levy Tran, the "Asian Girl" in the video, apologized for participating in the clip on Twitter, while the band defended the work as a satire in a YouTube statement:

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