Kelly Clarkson premieres Sia-penned song “Let Your Tears Fall,” Mark Ronson talks working with Amy Winehouse in Playback, Daft Punk finally ditch their helmets, and more on First Dibs.
- Beyonce posts an Instagram of her working out in celebration of the fifth anniversary of “Let’s Move!,” the campaign headed by Michelle Obama to raise healthier, more active children.
- Drake occupies 42% of Billboard’s Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart right now. Between the 17 songs on his album and his guest appearances on songs such as “Blessings” by Big Sean and “Truffle Butter” by Nicki Minaj, Drake appears on the chart a total of 21 times. [Miss Info]
- Mark Ronson talks about working with Amy Winehouse, “Uptown Funk,” and more in this episode of Playback.
- Daft Punk take off their helmets for Xavier Veilhan, a sculptor who created plywood figures of the duo. [Stereogum]
- Kelly Clarkson premieres “Let Your Tears Fall,” written by Sia, and adds her own commentary.
- Will Butler of Arcade Fire debuts a new song called “You Must Be Kidding.” [CoS]
- Madonna fell off the stage during her performance at yesterday’s Brit Awards, but like a true diva would, she got right back up and kept performing.
- Carly Rae Jepsen will be putting out a new single called “I Really Like You” in March. [Billboard]