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Kanye West teams up with Beyonce; M.I.A. drops "XXXO" video; George Michael charged with drug possession; R.I.P. Catfish Collins

By Chris Richards

- If every phrase that Kanye West tweets qualifies as news, does that make every song he leaks super-news? Ye posted a new song from the forthcoming-album-formerly-known-as-"Good Ass Job," yesterday. It's called "See Me Now" and it features someone named Beyonce. Listen here.

- After controversy erupted over her previous video for "Born Free," M.I.A. has released a new clip for her single "XXXO." Watch it above.

- George Michael was charged on Thursday with drug possession and driving under the influence after he crashed his car into a North London building last month.

- Funk guitar maestro Phelps "Catfish" Collins has died at 66 at his Cincinnati home. Collins is famed for his work with James Brown's J.B.'s and with Parliament-Funkadelic where he played alongside his younger brother, bassist William "Bootsy" Collins.

By Chris Richards  |  August 12, 2010; 9:00 AM ET
Categories:  Morning click  | Tags: Beyonce, Bootsy Collins, Catfish Collins, George Michael, James Brown, Kanye West, M.I.A., Parliament-Funkadelic  
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