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Katy Perry's 'Unconditionally' and 'Birthday' songs leak: Hear them here!

Katy Perry wants you in your birthday suit, and she wants it now.

With less than a week left on your Prism countdown clock, the album’s very buoyant third track “Birthday” has leaked all over the place. You probably heard a slice of the song yesterday, when the Prism preview started streaming on iTunes, but now you can gorge on the whole cake. Because, you know, birthdays.

Listen to the track below, and make sure you stick around to the end for a whispered little message from Perry herself:
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Alexander Skarsgard gets weird, shirtless in new Cut Copy video 'Free Your Mind'

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Oh, Skarsgard! You so crazy.

The True Blood actor/poster child for Swedish genetics gets vaguely messianic (and wiggy) in the new video for Australian electro band Cut Copy’s “Free Your Mind.” Also, he takes his clothes off — as he do.

Watch it below:

Jay Z talks Blue Ivy, wooing Beyonce and more in 'Vanity Fair' cover profile

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Jay Z’s Magna Carta Holy Grail didn’t please everyone, but it’s all good — Blue Ivy loved it.

In a new Vanity Fair cover story, Hov addresses a range of topics, from his days as a crack dealer to his current situation as a fortysomething rapper — as well as his daughter’s music tastes. Read on for some of the highlights:
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Miley Cyrus' 'Bangerz' now streaming at iTunes a full week early

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Yes, kidz — Bangerz haz arrived.

Miley Cyrus’ endlessly discussed fourth studio album has arrived early today as a full stream on Itunes — including, of course, the two no. 1 singles “We Can’t Stop” and “Wrecking Ball,” plus collaborations with Britney Spears, Big Sean, Nelly and more.

Read EW music critic Nick Catucci’s full take on the album here. (Spoiler alert: He likes it a lot.) Or make up your own mind: click here to listen, and decide whether you’re in the haterz or loverz club.

Miley Cyrus goes wild at school in Mike Will Made It's '23' video: Watch it here

The ’90s gave birth to Miley Cyrus, and now she’s returning the favor by paying homage to the decade of Cross Colors and Saved by the Bell.

In the new Mike Will Made It clip for “23,” Cyrus parades around a high school wearing “sexy” Chicago Bulls jerseys and  vintage Jordans while making references to Naughty By Nature and MC Hammer. She smokes cigarettes, graffitis the bathroom, and generally runs amok.

Juicy J, Wiz Khalifa, and Zack Morris also join in on the shenanigans, all at the chagrin of the uptight school principal Mr. Belding. Just kidding! Partly.

It’s also reminiscent of another ’90s classic, Master P’s “Make ‘Em Say Uhh!” video. Take a look below: READ FULL STORY

Justin Timberlake boxes for your love on 'TKO': Hear it here

Pop stars, they love the boxing these days!

Katy Perry’s been putting on her best fighter face while promoting “Roar,” and Sleigh Bells (who, yes, are basically pop these days — this iPhone ad says so) have adopted the old sport as part of their regimen, and now Justin Timberlake has entered the ring with “TKO,” the second released single off his upcoming The 20/20 Experience 2 of 2.

The love-and-pugilism song comes behind “Take Back the Night” and, as expected, is a Timbaland-produced jam that runs around seven minutes. Give a listen below:

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Miley Cyrus takes it all off in new 'Wrecking Ball' video -- Watch it here

The Artist Formerly Known as Hannah Montana continues her demure promotions for the upcoming Bangerz with a new video for “Wrecking Ball” that is both emotionally and literally stripped.

Yep, she naked. Also, she’s fellating a sledgehammer. Watch it here and be scandalized/titillated/disappointed in Billy Ray Cyrus’ parenting skills:

Arcade Fire return with new song 'Reflektor' feat. David Bowie -- hear it here

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Post-weekend newsflash no. 1: Arcade Fire are back with their first new song in nearly two years, and it’s a shimmering, Bowie-esque glam-boogie stomper.

Post-weekend newsflash no. 2: It sounds like Bowie because rumor is it is David Bowie.

Reps have not confirmed yet that the song’s guest is in fact the Jean Genie himself, but if a hyperventilating blogosphere is to be believed, it sure sounds like it.

What is confirmed? That LCD Soundsystem mastermind James Murphy coproduced the track, which will be on their upcoming fourth studio album of the same name, due Oct. 29. And that Arcade Fire will be the musical guests on Saturday Night Live‘s season opener on Sept. 28, with host Tina Fey. READ FULL STORY

Mmm-SNAP: Zac Hanson calls loud fan a 'drunk b--ch' -- VIDEO

What a difference 17 years make. In 1996, Zac Hanson was an angelic 11-year-old who enjoyed taxi rides, cornrows, and frolicking on the beach with his equally blond brothers. Nearly two decades later, he’s a grown man with two children (!) and no qualms about calling an overly enthusiastic female fan a “drunk b–ch.”

While performing “Lulabelle” in Richmond, Virginia recently, Hanson was interrupted by a disturbance from the audience. Naturally, the incident was caught on video.

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Coldplay debut 'Hunger Games' song 'Atlas' via elaborate lyric video: Watch it here

Three things the internet is definitely not tired of yet — Coldplay, The Hunger Games, and high-production lyric videos — have all converged in the form of “Atlas,” the band’s new song written specifically for the soundtrack to The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.

The just-released visual is an intense affair set on an astral plane, full of all sorts of Olympian imagery designed to get you excited for Katniss’ return to the big screen this November. Will it work? Find out now:

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