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PSY will probably never top 2012's "Gangnam Style" as long as he lives, but he certainly knows how to get his new single the most exposure he can.

The Korean rapper/K-pop entertainer’s dance tune - maybe you heard it - has garnered over 2 billion views on YouTube, the most of any video. Ever.

So what better place to debut his follow-up?

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He plans to introduce his new tune, "Gentleman," via a live, streamed concert from Seoul's World Cup Stadium that will begin 5:30 a.m. EDT Saturday.

Will it be any good? We'll have to find out!

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Jay-Z raps about his controversial anniversary trip to Cuba with Beyonce in "Open Letter," a new track just released and featuring Swizz Beatz.

According to Jay, President Barack Obama told him the trip would "get him impeached," though it's unclear if this is direct quote or a figure of speech.

Given that they actually are acquainted, it could be the former!

"Politicians never did s**t for me ... except lie to me, distort history,” the rapper/mogul muses. "Obama said chill ‘You gonna get me impeached' ..."

"We don’t need this s**t anyway chill with me on the beach.' I can turn Havana to Atlanta ... ballin’ too much they try to jam you. I’m in Cuba, I love Cubans."

He adds, "This Communist talk is so confusing.”

There you have it people. Interpret as you will.

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Zooey Deschanel's band She & Him is (are?) back, with their new album Volume 3 due out on Tuesday, May 7 and two new tracks already online.

You can listen to Zooey and collaborator M. Ward perform "I Could've Been Your Girl" and the album's first single, "Never Wanted Your Love," below.

In addition to hilarious New Girl quotes and memorable film appearances, Deschanel is far from shabby as a singer with her retro-styled vocals.

Listen to two of their new songs below and see what you think ...

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Some theme songs never die.

And with that in mind, Molly Ringwald - who has released a novel, starred on The Secret Life of the American Teenager and come out with her first album, all in the past 12 months - has unveiled her version of "Don’t You (Forget About Me)."

It's slow, it's jazzy… and it's pretty darn great if you ask us! Listen for yourself:

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Justin Timberlake took to the White House stage Tuesday night and none other than U.S. President Barack Obama sang along during his performance.

The 32-year-old singer covered Otis Redding's "Sitting on the Dock of the Bay," with the crowd (including the President and Michelle Obama) clearly into it.

Timberlake appeared as part of the concert series "In Performance at the White House" honoring Memphis soul; Justin hails from the Tennessee city.

Watch JT doing his thing and Obama singing along below ...

Justin Timberlake took to the White House last night to lead all the fancy schmancy peeps in a sing-along of Otis Redding's "Sitting on the Dock of the Bay"-- including President Barack Obama.

The JT & BO duet was for a PBS taping of "In Performance at the White House" honoring Memphis soul.

Tuesday night against the Bucks, LBJ eschewed an open teammate in favor of ... a mid-air pass off the backboard to himself for an alley-oop dunk. #NBD - See more at: http://www.thehollywoodgossip.com/2013/04/lebron-james-throws-alley-oop-to-lebron-james/#sthash.WOEdeFj8.dpuf

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Last night's Dancing with the Stars results show delivered bad news to Lisa Vanderpump:

She's outta there!

But the evening was far more encouraging for Jennifer Lopez, who showed off a different side to her often gyrating-self by singing a duet with Andrea Bocelli.

The two performed the Latin track "Quizas, Quizas, Quizas," which is included on Bocelli's new album.

Check out the sensual and slow rendition now:

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A few days after going makeup-free and encouraging young woman to "be brave," Demi Lovato has released the official music video for "Heart Attack."

Donning an edgy look, Lovato sings in the single about putting her "defenses up" because she doesn't "wanna fall in love."

But girl be fronting... because she's really just a romantic deep down inside.

"I think for fans or friends or anybody who's afraid to fall in love, I'd rather live my life with my arms open than closed off the entire time," Lovato tells E! News.

WATCH THE VIDEO NOW:

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LL Cool J is standing up for "Accidental Racist."

The track - released today as part of Brad Paisley's new albu -  features the country singer crooning about life in the South, while the rapper jumps in about what it's like to be African-American in society.

LL refers to himself in the song as a "new fangled Django," while Paisley says his native region is still "siftin through the rubble" of "Reconstruction."

As you might expect, such a topic has generated a lot of controversy, but LL tells CNN that he's "proud" of the duet.

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Beyonce is set to come out with a new song.

And we doubt it will generate nearly as much controversy as her previous single.

Following criticism from Rush Limbaugh and Keyshia Cole over the message relayed in "Bow Down," the superstar will next come out with "Grown Woman."

What is the track about? It's too early to say. But the following teaser features Beyonce as a blonde, taking us into her dance rehearsals. Watch now:

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Brad Paisley and LL Cool J have teamed up on a track that is creating quite the buzz on the Internet.

Titled "Accidental Racist," the single tells Paisley's story of dealing with racial issues in the South.

Describing himself as a "proud rebel" with "a lot to learn," the country artist's verse is answered by the rapper, who replies:

If you don’t judge my do-rag… I won’t judge your red flag.

Why has Paisley released the song, which is included on the album "Wheelhouse?"

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