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Rap star Drake has issued an apology for an offensive lyric in his recent collaboration with J. Cole, "Jodeci Freestyle," that disparages autism.

J. Cole apologized earlier this week.

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"I share responsibility and offer my sincerest apologies for the pain this has caused," Drake wrote on his official website in response to the backlash.

"Individuals with autism have brilliant and creative minds, and their gifts should not be disparaged or discounted. This was a learning lesson for both of us."

"I'm grateful for the opportunity to try to right this wrong. J. Cole and I believe it is the right, responsible, and respectful decision to remove the lyric from the song."

J. Cole and Drake sparked outcry from the Anti-Bullying Alliance for the controversial rhyme: "I'm artistic, you n-----rs is autistic, retarded."

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Well, that didn't take long.

Just a few weeks after Miley Cyrus set a VEVO record for most video views in a 24-hour period (10.7 million hits for "We Can't Stop"), One Direction has knocked the artist into second place.

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The band's latest effort - on behalf of the appropriately titled "Best Song Ever" - garnered 10.9 million viewers in its first day of release.

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There is no better way to start your morning than with this video of movie clips brought together to sing the 1990 classic, Ice Ice Baby

No movie was safe from this YouTuber's maniacal plans. Everyone from Bob Hoskins' Mario, to Pee Wee Herman, to even Sho'nuff, the Shogun of Harlem, lent their work to this incredible blend of cinema and musical history.

If this clip accomplished nothing else, at least it found a use for the ridiculous puns uttered by Arnold Schwarzenegger's Mr. Freeze character all throughout Batman and Robin.

Ice Ice Baby not enough musical mash-up for you? Check out Bill Clinton's Blurred Lines!

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Filling in for President Barack Obama, Former President Bill Clinton sings "Blurred Lines" by Robin Thicke in this hilarious new lip-dub music video.

Obama's singing skills are often showcased courtesy of meticulous editing by YouTube user baracksdubs. Now it's Clinton's turn to get in on the action.

And who better to tackle "Blurred Lines," the suggestive summer hit by Thicke, Pharrell and T.I., than the Big Dog himself? Watch the epicness below:

As always, the lip-dub masterpiece is composed of clips from Bill Clinton press conferences and speeches dating back five, 10, even 20 years.

Previous hits by Obama, who makes a cameo above, include:

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One Direction's "Best Song Ever" is not that. It may not even be the best song ever by One Direction. But darn if you don't just wanna sing and dance along.

The fab five can all sing alright, they’re all good-looking, and they show real personality in their videos, so what more can you ask from a boy band.

Not a lot, people. Not. A. Lot.

The group's widely-anticipated concert movie, This Is Us, hits theaters next month, too.

To feed your crippling 1D addiction, check out the One Direction "This is Us" trailer.

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Forget Florence + The Machine for a moment.

Lead singer Florence Welch proves in the following video that Florence + A Few Tequila Shots is even more entertaining.

The artist crashed the sound check of a British cover band Friday in London - while tossing back drinks! - and performed covers of Daft Punk's "Get Lucky" and The Gossip's "The Way of Control."

Watch her handle both her liquor and her high notes now, while totally, awesomely losing it during the second rendition:

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To hype her highly anticipated third studio album, ARTPOP, we have already seen Lady Gaga nude in a photo spread for the upcoming issue of V Magazine.

And what a photo that was. Goodness.

At the same time, acclaimed fashion photographers Van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadi filmed a short video teasing ARTPOP's upcoming release.

In the 23-second teaser, a sensual, still natural-looking Mother Monster seductively licks what appears to be a monster hand, we think. Take a look!

The first single for ARTPOP, whose title remains a mystery, drops August 19.

The album, issued in digital form via an application developed by her Haus of Gaga's technology division, TechHouse, will come out November 11.

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Chord Overstreet let his music do the emotional talking over the weekend.

The Glee star, who is yet to comment publicly on the death of Cory Monteith, played an unknown and unnamed acoustic song at The Roxy in Los Angeles, simply telling fans "This one is for you, Cory."

Listen now:

Late last week, Ryan Murphy revealed his show's plans to honor Monteith and the character of Finn on Glee Season 5, while Fox pushed the September premiere back a week.

Monteith's body, meanwhile, has been cremated and the official autopsy lists his cause of death as a mixture of heroin and alcohol.

We continue to send our best wishes to Cory's loved ones.

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Ariana Grande is ready to once again take the Billboard 100 by storm.

Following her surprising smash hit "The Way," the young/rising star has released her second track, "Baby I." And we must admit: it's pretty darn good!

Grande will be taking her impressive range on the road later this year, as the 20-year old's first-ever tour kicks off in August.

Listen to her latest now:

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Selena Gomez can legally pop open a bottle of champagne and drink the contents now.

But the singer has chosen a different way to celebrate her 21st birthday: the release of a new music video!

"Thank You for all the love and support you have shown and continue to show me," she included along with the following. "I love you all so much!"

The possible girlfriend of Justin Bieber will release her new album tomorrow ("Stars Dance"), taking the pressure off fans who want to get Selena gift:

The purchasing of this CD will do just fine, thank you very much!

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