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'Glee': Listen to three songs from this week's Stevie Wonder tribute -- EXCLUSIVE

This week, Glee pays homage to music legend Stevie Wonder in an episode appropriately titled “Wonder-ful.”

EW is exclusively premiering three(!) tracks from this week’s episode, including a cover by returning guest star Kate Hudson of Wonder’s “Uptight (Everything Alright).”Listen below, Gleeks:

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Hear Kris Kristofferson's song 'How Many Days' for the Stephen King/T Bone Burnett/ John Mellencamp 'Ghost Brothers' project -- EXCLUSIVE

What happens when Stephen King, John Mellencamp, and T Bone Burnett get together, and then rope in a whole crew of their famous musician friends? A supernatural Southern gothic musical called Ghost Brothers of Darkland County, naturally.

The album, due June 4, is stuffed with luminaries — Elvis Costello, Neko Case, Sheryl Crow, and Roseanne Cash all make appearances — but the Kristofferson contribution “How Many Days” is a clear highlight, and you can hear it exclusively here:

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Lana Del Rey's 'The Great Gatsby' contribution 'Young and Beautiful': Hear it here!

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Remember a year ago, when the Internet couldn’t shut up Lana Del Rey’s debut, Born to Die? The lovers and haters may never reconcile, but she’s still out there feeding the music-blog machine.

Case in point: This morning, Del Rey pulled back the curtain on “Young and Beautiful,” her contribution to the Jay-Z curate soundtrack for Baz Luhrmann’s The Great Gatsby (which stars Leonardo DiCaprio, Carey Mulligan, and a general lack of tasteful restraint).

“Young and Beautiful” has appeared in ads for the film, which makes sense because like seemingly all of Lana Del Rey’s catalog, it’s a sweeping epic about being young forever and going to parties. It asks a question at the center of Luhrmann’s film: “Will you still love me when I’m no longer young and beautiful?”

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TV Jukebox: 'Awkward.,' 'Mad Men,' 'Game of Thrones,' and more music-on-TV moments

Break-ups, breakdowns, and… Britney? As finales continue, this week’s Jukebox has them all. So, if you’ve been wondering “What’s that song?” while watching your favorite shows, we’re here to tell you. Check out our picks and the Spotify playlist below. (Warning for those still catching up on DVR: SPOILERS ahead!) READ FULL STORY

Fergie, Q-Tip drop 'Great Gatsby' song 'A Little Party Never Killed Nobody': Hear it here

F. Scott Fitzgerald and Fergie, together at last: the Black Eyed Peas member, aided by Q-Tip and GoonRock, contributed a song to the Jay-Z-produced soundtrack for Baz Luhrmann’s upcoming The Great Gatsby adaptation.

Of course, Luhrmann’s movies have a memorable musical history, full of quality original tracks like Radiohead’s “Exit Music (For a Film)” (written for Romeo + Juliet) and Moulin Rouge‘s chart-topping “Lady Marmalade” from Christina Aguilera, Lil’ Kim, Pink, and Missy Elliott.

But does the genre-hopping, Fergie-led “A Little Party Never Killed Nobody (All We Got)” stand up to its predecessors? We’re not so sure. It doesn’t help that Ferg’s titular sentiment doesn’t quite mesh with the message of, you know, The Great Gatsby, but perhaps the song is meant to foreshadow the downfall at novel’s end.

Or maybe not! Give the song a listen below and let us know what you think:

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TV Jukebox: 'Nashville,' 'Being Human,' 'Cougar Town,' and more music-on-TV moments

As my colleague Kyle Anderson can appreciate, every new beginning comes from some other beginning’s end. In a week of premieres and finales, Semisonic’s indelible words have never rung truer. Though the ’90s alt-rocker stars didn’t pop up on TV this week, everyone from Elvis Presley to Lord Huron did.

So, if you’ve been wondering “What’s that song?” while watching your favorite shows, we’re here to tell you. Check out our picks and the Spotify playlist below. (Warning for those still catching up on DVR: SPOILERS ahead!) READ FULL STORY

Hear Gina Rodriguez and Braxton Millz on 'Filly Brown' soundtrack song 'Dream Big' -- EXCLUSIVE

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The Latin hip-hop epic Filly Brown won’t be out until April 26, but the movie’s soundtrack streets next week — and we have an exclusive premiere of “Dream Big,” a track from the movie’s star Gina Rodriguez, with Braxton Millz, available exclusively here.

The movie, about an up-and-coming rap artist from L.A. (Rodriguez), is also notable for featuring Jenni Rivera’s first and only film role before her tragic death last December. The soundtrack features an original score by composer Reza Safina, as well as original rap songs from Rodriguez, Millz, and Dominique.

Take a listen to “Dream Big” by Rodriguez and Millz below:

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TV Jukebox: 'The New Normal,' 'Justified,' 'Revenge,' more music-on-TV moments

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There were party crashers aplenty in this week’s Jukebox — and, as such, “show tunes” appropriate for any party you might want to throw. So, if you’ve been wondering “What’s that song?” while watching your favorite shows, we’re here to tell you. Check out our picks and the Spotify playlist below. (Warning for those still catching up on DVR: SPOILERS ahead!) READ FULL STORY

TV Jukebox: 'Arrow,' 'The Client List,' 'The Game,' and more music-on-TV moments

It’s been a busy week, Jukeboxers! A few characters joined the dearly departed (we’ll miss you Derwin, Merle and Walt Miller!) while others just got their badass on (we’re lookin’ at you, Elena and Snow). So, if you’ve been wondering “What’s that song?” while watching your favorite shows, we’re here to tell you. Check out our picks and the Spotify playlist below. (Warning for those still catching up on DVR: SPOILERS ahead!)
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Vanessa Hudgens drops 'Spring Breakers' inspired song '$$$ex': Hear it here

Can you not get enough of the new Harmony Korine movie Spring Breakers? Are you intrigued but still unsure about committing to 90 minutes of guns, drugs, Disney starlets in balaclavas and bikinis, and James Franco?

Either way, Vanessa Hudgens has you covered. The Spring Breakers star has released a new song called “$$$ex,” inspired by the film. Produced by Rock Mafia (Miley Cyrus’ “Can’t Be Tamed,” Demi Lovato’s “You’re My Only Shorty”), it comes complete with a hallucinogenic video that probably isn’t safe for Lil Wayne to watch.

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