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Washington's rappers unleash new videos; Grand Ole Opry floods; Are you sure you want to see Creed this summer?

- If you noticed a lag in Click Track's productivity yesterday afternoon, here's why: Three Washington rappers had just posted new music videos online. Wale debuted the new vid for "Diary," his third single from last year's "Attention Deficit" album. Watch it above. Meantime, Gordo Brega unleashed his video for "Monster" while Gerredi served up his Tabi Bonney-directed clip for "What's Happenin."

- Flood waters that have plagued Tennessee in recent days have struck the epicenter of country music: The Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville. There's still no official word on how much damage the legendary country music venue has suffered, but this week's concerts have been moved to neighboring venues as the flood subsides.

- And in reunited-rock-bro-tour-news, Creed are back together and are scheduled to perform at Jiffy Lube Live on Wednesday, July 28. Tickets go on sale Friday, May 7 at 10 a.m.

By Chris Richards  |  May 4, 2010; 8:55 AM ET
Categories:  Morning click  | Tags: Creed, Gerredi, Gordo Brega, Wale  
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Global warming strikes. Increased severe weather, 100 year floods happening every few years. Get ready. Insurance companies are already raising rates. They look at the facts because it costs them money and the facts (as re-iterated recently by more than 250 top scientists) are that we need to get atmospheric CO2 levels below 350 ppm or we're in trouble.

Or you can believe everything Rush and Glen tell you.

Posted by: thebobbob | May 7, 2010 2:30 PM | Report abuse

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