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Posted at 10:25 AM ET, 01/12/2011

Britney dominates radio, might perform at Grammys; Vampire Weekend vs. Black Keys in Sellout Off; What's with Wammies?

By David Malitz
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- Radio enthusiastically welcomed back Britney Spears by playing her new single, "Hold It Against Me," a whole lot. Expect it to continue to get airplay and climb the charts. Spears is also rumored to perform at next month's Grammys.

- Vampire Weekend and Black Keys experienced breakout years in 2010, no doubt in part to their constant presence in commercials. Stephen Colbert had members of the two Grammy nominees for Best Alternative Rock Album on his show last night for a Sellout Off. Watch the video above.

- The Wammies, the D.C. area's much-beleaguered local music awards, announced nominees this week. The City Paper tells you exactly why they remain much-beleaguered.

- The juggalos will gather again.

Clicky shuffle: Your random song for Wednesday morning:

- Derrick May, "Strings of Life"

By David Malitz  | January 12, 2011; 10:25 AM ET
Categories:  Morning click  | Tags:  Black Keys, Britney Spears, Insane Clown Posse, Vampire Weekend, Wammies  
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