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Every day there are tons of music related tidbits that float around the internet, but how is one to know what’s good, what’s worth listening to and what everyone will be talking about tomorrow?

Well, you’re in luck, because GlobalGrind has rounded up some of the coolest, most buzz-worthy musical information of the day and you can find it here all in one place.

HOTTEST PIC OF THE DAY: Cassie

WHAT: Hip-hop princess and Calvin Klein model Cassie posed for Vibe magazine’s 2011 Sexy issue. She’s been off the map for a while, but she’s back and looking hotter than ever! She also landed a feature in TeenVogue magazine. Perhaps she will drop new music soon to go along with these new photos?

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VIDEOS & VISUALS: Melody Thorton 

WHAT: Former Pussycat Doll member Melody Thorton sings … opera? Melody showed off her talents on British TV show “Popstar to Operastar,” competing against eight other popstars. Her exquisite performance drew positive feedback from the judges, keeping her safe from elimination … for now.  

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VIDEOS & VISUALS: French Montana ft. Rick Ross x Wiz Khalifa 

WHAT: Rappers French Montana, Rick Ross and Wiz Khalifa team up in their newest video “Choppa Choppa Down (Remix).” Sick collaboration!

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THIS JUST IN: Lady Gaga 

WHAT: Lady Gaga’s album “Born This Way” has been banned from the Middle Eastern country of Lebanon. Her “You’re Lebanese” tribute, as a part of her track “Born This Way,” did not earn the country’s acceptance. Instead, the country viewed her album as “offensive to Christianity” and “distasteful.” It’s okay Gaga, at least you went platinum in a week in the U.S.!

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THIS JUST IN: Queen Latifah 

WHAT: Congratulations to the Queen! Last night, Dana Owens, aka Queen Latifah, was inducted into the New Jersey Hall of Fame. To receive this honor, a 5 year residency in Jersey is required, as well as impacting entertainment, enterprise and sports. She was inducted along with 13 other honorable people including John Travolta.