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Posted at 10:00 AM ET, 02/ 4/2011

Lil Wayne drops Green Bay Packers anthem; Bruno Mars to face judge; James Blake album actually coming out in the U.S.

By Chris Richards

Lil WayneHe's a cheese head. (File photo.)

- Not since the days of the "The Super Bowl Shuffle" have hip-hop and The Big Game been so inextricably linked. WIth Pittsburgh rapper Wiz Khalifa's hit "Black and Yellow" having been adopted by the AFC champion Pittsburgh Steelers, Lil Wayne has dropped "Green and Yellow," an homage to the Green Bay Packers. Listen to Weezy declare himself "a cheese head" right here.

- Grammy nominee Bruno Mars is due before a Las Vegas judge, Friday, on a plea agreement on a felony cocaine possession charge. The 25-year-old singer was arrested in September after a gig at a Vegas nightclub.

- James Blake's new album will actually come out in the U.S. -- it's being released digitally on Feb. 8. Watch to the post-dubstep wunderkind's new video for "The Wilhelm Scream," below.

By Chris Richards  | February 4, 2011; 10:00 AM ET
Categories:  Morning click  | Tags:  Bruno Mars, James Blake, Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa  
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