RISE AND GRIND! MORNING MUSIC NEWS: Tiesto Fires Shots At Daft Punk, AND MORE!

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    Daft Punk’s Random Access Memories has been one of the best selling albums of 2013 so far. It’s also been one of the most critically acclaimed. However, none of that matters to Tiësto, the richest DJ in the world. In a interview he did with the HuffingtonPost, Tiësto sends some shots at Daft Punk, saying “the music doesn’t deliver on the hype so much.” [Idolator]

    Singer Jeremih adds some dope vocals to Twista and R. Kelly’s underrated strip club anthem “Throwin’ Money.” This is a dope appetizer for the full course: Jeremih’s new album, executive produced by new manager Diddy, will drop in 2014. [Rap-Up

    The other day, Ty Dolla $ign dropped his Beach House 2 mixtape. It looks like there might be more big things ahead: the Los Angeles-based rapper just signed to Wiz Khalifa’s Taylor Gang label. [Complex

    French band Phoenix finally released a video for the insanely catchy "Trying to be Cool," which is the second single off of their Bankrupt! album. [HypeTrak]  

    Even though Demi Lovato just released an album two months ago, the singer is already thinking about future music. In a interview with Zach Sang & The Gang, the singer revealed that she will be working with the young and talented Ariana Grande. She also talked about wanting to do music with Kelly Clarkston. [PopCrush]

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