We know it's a holiday week and you're busy trying to figure out how to trick your boss into thinking you're working when in reality you're just doing your Christmas shopping on Amazon. That's why we've collected today's top 5 music news items and ranked them in terms of newsworthiness to save you time. Scroll down to see our picks.

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    Sky Ferreira Releases 'Night Time, My Time' Video

    The Cali songstress is on a roll lately.

    Sky Ferreira has released an official video for ‘Night Time, My Time,’ the title track to her recently released debut album. The California native will be heading out on a tour supporting Miley Cyrus and Icona Pop. [Pitchfork]

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    Lupe Fiasco Gets Pelted With Tomatoes, Cuts Show Short

    Fozzy the Bear has nothing on the rapper.

    Rapper Lupe Fiasco cut his concert at the Depot in Salt Lake City on Saturday night (Nov. 23) short after being assaulted by a fan throwing tomatoes at him. The incident was caught on video. [The Boombox]

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    Journey Guitarist to Offer Wedding as PPV Event

    Should we all stop believing now?

    Founding Journey guitarist Neal Schon and his finacee, ex-reality TV star Michaele Salahi, are going to be getting married on Dec. 15 and the couple’s nuptials will be made available as a televised event. Oh yeah, it’s going to be a pay-per-view event. [Ultimate Classic Rock]

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    Ex-Lostprophets Singer Pleads Guilty to Child Sex Offenses

    This story just gets worse with time.

    Former Lostprophets singer Ian Watkins has pleaded guilty to a series of child sex offenses, including counts of taking, making and possessing indecent images of children; and one act of possessing an extreme pornographic image involving a sex act on an animal. [Loudwire]

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    Kraftwerk Announce Los Angeles Residency

    The German electro robots cannot be stopped.

    German electronic music pioneers Kraftwerk have announced a 4-night Los Angeles residency from March 18-21 at the Walt Disney Concert Hall. The group will perform each of their eight studio albums over the course of the four nights, with one early, and one late show each night. [Consequence of Sound]

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