daily dos: Shakira is serious about The Voice, Banda Cuisillos' new video and Montez de Durango do the Harlem Shake

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daily dos: Shakira is serious about The Voice, Banda Cuisillos' new video and Montez de Durango do the Harlem Shake

  • 2Pac's mom, Afeni Shakur, says there is more of her son's music on the way: "I believe it is our responsibility to make sure that Tupac's entire body of work is made available for his fans. My son left many incomplete pieces and even more unfinished ideas. Using the blueprints he gave us, I am committed to fulfilling this duty."
  • The PlayStation 4 could be unveiled this November, according to video game blog Kotaku. The console, which is expected to retail between $429 and $529, will reportedly allow users to control the PS4 with a tablet or smart phone.
  • You've seen Goats Yelling Like Humans, now watch a tiny frog scream its little lungs out.
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  • Hundreds of people in Tucson, Arizona gathered to protest SB 1070 after the detention of immigrant rights activist Raul Alcaraz Ochoa. Alcaraz Ochoa was arrested this past weekend after attempting to stop U.S. Customs and Border Patrol officials from detaining a father of six who was driving without a U.S. driver's license.

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  • Banda Cuisillos play a little 'Cowboys and Indians' in a new video, "No Señor Apache," a cover of the hit song by '60s rockers Los Apson.
  • "Never underestimate a five-foot-three girl from Colombia." Shakira says she's serious about beating out her fellow judges in her debut season on "The Voice," and fellow judge Usher agrees. "[She's] comic relief, super f**king serious, and gangster," said Usher about Shakira's competitive nature on the show.
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  • Haven't gotten enough of those Harlem Shake meme vids? Check out Montez de Durango's Mexican Style version of the Harlem Shake.
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