Roundup of noteworthy stories and links you might have missed this week.
Junior Murvin, the reggae artist responsible for the original Lee "Scratch" Perry-produced version of 'Police and Thieves,' a song later popularized by The Clash, has died.
Here is a list of Grimes' favorite songs.
James Murphy, of DFA Records and LCD Soundsystem fame, has his own espresso blend.
Q-Tip said that he and Rick Rubin are producing the next Kanye West album.
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis' 'Can't Hold Us' was Spotify's most streamed song of 2013.
Rebecca Black, the human responsible for the 'Friday' meme, watched the 'Friday' meme three years later.
Among the artists whose recordings will be inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame next year are Run D.M.C., Neil Young, U2, and The Rolling Stones.
Speaking of the Grammy's, tonight (Friday, 10 p.m. EST on CBS) is the 2014 nomination concert and Lorde, Robin Thicke, Miguel, Katy Perry, Taylor Swift, and Macklemore will perform
Someone actually spent $197,000 on Bruce Springsteen's 'Born To Run' lyric sheet.
The raincoat Gene Kelly wore while singin' in the rain in Hollywood musical 'Singin' In The Rain' is for sale.
Jay Z and Beyonce will go vegan for about three weeks.
Jay Z ranked his own albums and called four of them "classic."
Remember Marilyn Manson? Well, he was a recent guest on author Brett Easton Ellis' podcast.
British singer Rita Ora will play Mia in the film adaptation of E.L. James' best-selling book 'Fifty Shades Of Grey.'
Diplo shared a two hour hip hop mix on his BBC Radio 1 show "Diplo and Friends.'
Finally, a Japanese company has created Gagadoll, the first life-sized Lady Gaga doll.