So you think you can stay on top of every nugget of music news out there? We doubt it. There's just way too much info being passed around the Internet on a daily basis to possibly keep up with it all. That's why has collected the top 5 items of the day and ranked them in terms of newsworthiness. Scroll down to see our picks.

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    Pharrell Williams Is 'Happy' for 24 Hours

    The hit producer calls on celeb pals for new video.

    Pharrell Williams a 24-hour music video (!) video for ‘Happy,’ a song which appears on the ‘Despicable Me 2’ soundtrack. The clip also features cameos from Jamie Foxx, Magic Johnson and a few other celebrities. [Pitchfork]

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    Baroness Working on New Album?

    Georgia metal masters get cryptic on us.

    It appears that Georgia’s Baroness is back in the recording studio. The band posted a photo on their Facebook page taken at GodCity, the studio owned and operated by Converge guitarist Kurt Ballou. The band’s most recent album, ‘Yellow & Green,’ was released in 2012. [Metal Sucks]

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    Beck Planning on Huge 2014

    The singer-songwriter is taking after Bob Pollard's lead.

    In February, Beck will be releasing ‘Morning Phase,’ his first original album in six years. But in a new interview, Beck revealed that he’s hoping to release yet another album in 2014, with the possibility of a third, previously unreleased album from 2009 also hitting stores. [Consequence of Sound]

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    A Tribe Called Quest Reunite on Stage

    So what's the scenario?

    ‘90s rap legends A Tribe Called Quest reunited on stage last night (Nov. 20) at Brooklyn’s Barclay Center on a bill that also included Busta Rhymes joining them for a performance of their collaboration hit, ‘Scenario.’ [The Boombox]

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    U2 Release First New Song in Three Years

    Irish rockers do it in the name of Nelson Mandela.

    U2 have released a lyric video for ‘Ordinary Love,’ their first new song in three years. The song was written for the Nelson Mandela biopic, ‘Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom.’ [Consequence of Sound]

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