Top 20 Countdown Sneak: Ella Henderson Talks Working With Ryan Tedder, Stevie Wonder To Produce Underground Railroad Miniseries + More On Last Lap

DJ Mustard remixes Beyonce’s “7/11”, Travis Barker and ex-wife Shanna Moakler both get arrested for death threats, Grimes and St. Vincent’s new music will premiere on HBO’s Girls and more on Last Lap.

  • On this week’s Top 20 Countdown sneak, watch host Gavin DeGraw talk to YOK artist Ella Henderson about working with esteemed songwriter Ryan Tedder before the complete episode airs on Saturday morning at 9am/8C on VH1.
  • Stevie Wonder will executive produce an upcoming NBC miniseries called Forbidden Fruit: Love Stories From the Underground Railroad. [EW]
  • Listen to DJ Mustard’s EDM inspired remix of Beyonce’s “7/11”. This remix is FIRE.
  • Travis Barker and ex-wife Shanna Moakler were arrested last month for making death threats to each other. Legal documents that recently surfaced say arguments between the ex-couple started because Barker wanted to do another reality show with their two kids. [TMZ]
  • New music from St. Vincent and a new collaboration from Grimes and Jack Antonoff will appear in the new season of Girls. [Stereogum]
  • Tyga is reportedly getting a new MTV reality show about being rich and famous. Unfortunately, they won’t be covering his romantic relationship with Kylie Jenner. [Miss Info]

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  • Kevin Hart tells The Breakfast Club that he paid Jay Z $20 one time because he accidentally spilled a drink on Beyonce at a club.
  • Sorry B.o.B., Instagram has officially banned #EggplantFriday.