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Posted at 10:15 AM ET, 03/25/2011

Radiohead newspaper hits newsstands on Tuesday; B.o.B. releases Odd Future diss track


The Washington Post’s newest competitor — Radiohead? (Reuters/Lucy Nicholson)
- Radiohead is getting into the publishing business. On Tuesday, the band will make available The Universal Sigh — an actual newspaper. This is different than the “newspaper album” edition of recent album “The King of Limbs.” No clue on what will fill the pages of the Sigh, but you can pick one up at Union Station or these other locations.

- Not everyone loves L.A. rap upstarts Odd Future. B.o.B. was a target of Tyler, the Creator on his new single “Yonkers” and B.o.B. has responded with a pretty straightforward reply — “No Future.” Both of those songs are NSFW.

- Rihanna to perform at the Academy of Country Music Awards? It’s true. She’ll perform “California King Bed,” her duet with Sugarland’s Jennifer Nettles.

Clicky shuffle: Your random song for Friday morning:

- Sam Cooke, “Bring It on Home to Me”

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Categories:  Morning click | Tags:  Radiohead, B.o.B., Odd Future, Rihanna, Sugarland

 
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