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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 buzzworthy musical information of the day and you can find it here all in one place.

VIDEOS & VISUALS: Jay Sean and Birdman

WHAT: We now have the visuals for Jay Sean’s latest single “Like This, Like That.” The video features Jay and a hottie exchanging seductive gestures in silhouetted light. A few smooth dance moves and lasers keep the woman’s eyes stuck on the Cash Money vocalist until CMB’s boss makes an appearance. Birdman keeps it simple, yet flashy in his appearance. “Like This, Like That” is the most recent take from Jay Sean’s upcoming album Freeze Time.

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WHAT: Looks like Lady GaGa will no longer be enjoying her reign at the top of the Billboard charts. Adele’s album 21 has returned to the top of the BillBoard 200 after it moved 14,000 more units than GaGa’s Born This Way this week. This is the tenth week that the British singer’s album has dominated the charts. Nice try, but maybe next time Little Monsters.

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SNIPPETS, TEASERS,  TREATS: Lauryn Hill

WHAT: Today, Jimmy Fallon released footage from L-Boogie’s appearance on the Late Night show for last month’s Bob Marley tribute. A then less-preggo Lauryn performed her 1998 hit “Doo Wop (That Thing).” The song from “The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill” was one of her last chart-toppers.

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VIDEOS & VISUALS: Jordin Sparks

WHAT: The “American Idol” winner took a break from tour to hit the stage at Live! With Regis and Kelly. J-Sparks showed off her new figure as she rocked the stage with her single “I Am Woman.” She later took time to chat it up with Regis and guest co-host, actress Betty White.

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TUNES & BEATS: Jason Marsalis

WHAT: Last week the “Discipline” percussionists dropped his latest project “Discipline Explores Preservation Hall and Studio 54”. In the visuals Jason demonstrates his chemistry with the drums at every camera angle.

Jason Marsalis – “Discipline Explores Preservation Hall and Studio 54” from Tutti Dynamics on Vimeo.

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