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Music News: Banned Video ~ Cancelled Concert ~ Missed Notes

Justin Bieber’s Concert Cancelled!

Police in Sydney cancelled Bieber’s performance after a swarm of teenagers surged toward the venue in a frenzy! Ten girls had to be pulled from the crowd. Eight girls were taken to the hospital. One out the eight had fractured her knee cap, but most of them hyperventilated.

The commotion reportedly began because the doors were supposed to open at 5:00pm, but instead they opened at 3:00pm, leaving fans to believe the teen icon had arrived early. Police have stated that the station was prepared, but the frenzy got out of control. Many of the teenages were there without parents.

M.I.A.’s Violent Video Banned from YouTube


Due to graphic violence, you will not be able to find M.I.A‘s new video on YouTube.

Sources say M.I.A. tweeted this morning about her new single, “Born Free” being banned from YouTube.

“F*ck UMG who won’t show it on YouTube!” M.I.A. tweeted.

Then she later clarified that UMG was not at fault. The video was unveiled this morning on the singer’s official website.

WATCH IT HERE: “Born Free”

Whitney Houston Misses High Notes at London Concert!

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OMGoodness!

Just watch for yourself!:

Sources: AP Mobile News, Billboard.com

Posted in "Graffiti", Chrihanna, Chris Brown, Entertainment, Music, Music News

Music News: Chris Brown to Headline Benefits Concert in VA

Chris Brown will headline and host, “Virginia Stand Up! A Call to Action,” in Richmond, Virginia. This is a benefits concert which will be held on May 15, 2010.

“I wanted to find a way to contribute personally to the ongoing Haitian relief effort and also support an organization that helps people in need in my home state,” stated the displaced singer whose music career plummeted after his legal woes in 2009.

Brown will close the show by performing tracks from his latest album “Graffiti,” and will sing hits from his previous albums as well. Other big names on the concerts agenda are Keri Hilson, Trey Songz, T-Pain, Ryan Leslie, Mario and Juelz Santana. Proceeds from the concert will benefit the Greater Richmond Chapter of the American Red Cross to support their efforts in Haiti and to The Central Virginia Food Bank, a FeedMore organization which fights hunger in the region.

Sources: Billboard.com