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Justin Beiber being naked isn’t exactly earth-shattering news these days. The 21-year-old singer is more often than not sans clothing. He certainly loves showing off that tatted twinky body of his 😉

To celebrate their milestone 100th issue, Clash magazine interviewed the Canadian superstar, covering topics from his relationship with God to the difficulty of forming new friendships and everything in between. The publication touts their chat as a deep and honest interview not to be missed.

The Clash 100 issue doesn’t become available until this Friday, but you can check out a couple more preview pics below.

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Not much is known about this leaked track, titled “Oh Girl.” Was the sexy R&B jam intended for Purpose but ultimately cut, or from an earlier era or even an upcoming one?

Justin Bieber sings about having sex with an unnamed lady love over a sultry piano-laden beat. The 21-year-old Canadian can’t stop singing the praises of her body. For an unfinished track not meant for the Beliebers, I have to say, it’s pretty good. Give it a spin below.

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Justin Bieber’s Sorry Gets A Jazzy Rendition

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If you haven’t heard of Postmodern Jukebox yet, you’re missing out. Their retro covers of modern hits instantly go viral. They just released a new album, PMJ and Chill, which features this jazzy little number.

With the assistance of Broadway actress, Shoshana Bean, they give Justin Bieber’s massive hit, “Sorry” an old school Motown-esque makeover. As much as I love the booty-bumping original, this jaunty take is equally as fun.

Their new LP includes covers of “Hotline Bling,” “Thinking Out Loud,” “Ex’s & Oh’s,” “Bye Bye Bye” and “Ignition” to name a few. If you like “Sorry,” they also take on Bieber’s other hit “Love Yourself.” Check out their retro “Sorry” below.

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Typically, when one gets a tattoo, they just don’t stop at one. That’s definitely true in Justin Bieber’s case. The 21-year-old sports so much ink, even he isn’t exactly sure how many tattoos he has.

Bieber sits down with GQ magazine to provide his fans with a full key to his myriad of tats. From the ones inspired by his mother to one of Jesus (random), learn the stories of his tattoos. It’s interesting to see how tiny his first ever tattoo is compared to the rest. Check out the video below.

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After relinquishing the spot last week on the Billboard Hot 100, Justin Bieber returns to pole position with “Love Yourself.” The Ed Sheeran-penned ballad spends it second non-consecutive week at No. 1.

After debuting at No. 1, a feat One Direction never accomplished, “Pillowtalk” tumbles in its sophomore week. The Zayn Malik track falls all the way to No. 7. It’s the biggest drop from the summit since Rihanna’s “What’s My Name” featuring Drake did the same back in 2010.

Speaking of RiRi, her latest collaboration with Drake, “Work,” rises to No. 4. This mark’s her 20th Top 5 single on the chart. She’s now tied with Stevie Wonder and Michael Jackson. The all-time leader is The Beatles with 29 Top 5 hits.

Do you think Rihanna can catch up to The Beatles? Sound off after check out this week’s Billboard Top 10 video countdown below.

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As with every year, the Grammys can be a long-drawn out affair. Luckily, there are usually a handful of performances that make the marathon telecast bearable. The 58th annual Grammys were no different.

Arguably, the highlight and the one most people were looking forward to was Lady Gaga’s tribute to David Bowie. Mother Monster certainly didn’t disappoint. From head to toe and from the red carpet to the stage, she embodied the late great singer. She performed several of Bowie’s hits including “Fame,” “Rebel Rebel,” “Under Pressure” and “Suffragette City” to name a few. Though she did them all fantastically, Adam Lambert’s cover of “Let’s Dance,” IMHO, is better. Sorry Monsters :(

Adele was surprisingly a bit off her game with her performance. In her defense, it was primarily due to technical glitches that made her sound pitchy and out of tune at times. “The piano mics fell on to the piano strings, that’s what the guitar sound was. It made it sound out of tune. Shit happens. X,:” she tweeted after her performance.

If I had to pick the worst, I hate to say it was Pitbull’s show-closing performance. It pains me to say that because he’s my guilty pleasure, but Sofia Vergara’s special appearance had me cringing. I honestly couldn’t watch and was kinda embarrassed for her.

Watch all the performances below and find out my five favorites. Be sure to weigh in on who you think stole the show and who stank.

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Heading into the 58th annual Grammy Awards, Kendrick Lamar led the pack with a whopping 11 nominations. Taylor Swift and The Weeknd were close behind with 7 nods apiece. Each of them walked away with some hardware with Lamar taking the lead again with five statues.

With regards to the big categories, the Grammys spread the love. Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars’ ubiquitous hit, “Uptown Funk” won Record of the Year while Album of the Year and Song of the Year went to Swift and Ed Sheeran respectively. It’s worth nothing, Taylor is the first woman to win Album of the Year twice.

The Best New Artist statue went to Meghan Trainor. Didn’t she already win a Grammy last year? How is she still a ‘new artist?’ It’s also worth mentioning, Justin Bieber walked away with his first Grammy statue for his “Where Are U Now?” collaboration with Diplo and Skrillex.

For the most part, the acceptance speeches weren’t anything too memorable with exception to Taylor. Even though her rep previously issued a statement regarding Kanye West’s controversial lyrics, Swift has kept mum… until now.

“As the first woman to win album of the year twice, I want to say to all the young women out there, there are going to be people along the way who will try to undermine your success or who will try to take credit for your accomplishments or your fame.” – Swift

Though she doesn’t specifically mention West’s name or “Famous,” it’s pretty clear her speech was a less-than-veiled response to the rapper. Watch her speech in full below, along with the complete winners list for the 2016 Grammys.

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After spending three weeks on top, “Sorry” relinquishes its hold on the No. 1 spot on the Billboard Hot 100. No need to shed a tear for Justin Bieber though, his other single, “Love Yourself,” rises to the pole position.

The Ed Sheeran-penned ballad rises from 2-1. This not only marks the Bieb’s third chart-topper from his Purpose album, but third one of his career.

The 21-year-old Canadian singer is only the 12th act to replace himself at No. 1. The Weeknd recently achieved the same feat when “The Hills” replaced “Can’t Feel My Face.” Other artists part of this exclusive club include Taylor Swift, Boyz II Men, Usher, Ja Rule, the Beatles and Nelly to name a few.

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