WATCH: Kanye West Performs New Music at Governors Ball

Kanye West on Sunday night closed out a Governors Ball with plenty of highs and lows. The weekend-long festival was shut down early on Friday due to torrential rains, which ended several musicians' sets throughout the day before completely canceling the event's first day. A muddy, messy, stressful weekend was capped by the most anticipated performance of them all: Kanye West. The polarizing MC, whose Yeezus arrives on June 18, performed previously heard tracks off the set, "Black Skinhead" and "New Slaves," in addition to new cuts "On Site," "I Am A God" and "Send It Up."

WATCH: The-Dream Performs 'Too Early' on 'Jimmy Fallon' With Gary Clark Jr. & The Roots

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If you missed Late Night with Jimmy Fallon on Friday, you also missed an incredible musical performance at the end of the show. The-Dream stopped by to promote his new album, IV Play, and he has joined by Gary Clark Jr. and the Roots as he offered the crowd a velvety smooth rendition of "Too Early." From the vocals to Clark's impressive guitar solo, it's five minutes of goodness.

WATCH: Beyoncé Performs 'Crazy in Love' With Jay-Z & 'Grown Woman' at Chime for Change Concert

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Beyoncé and many others gathered on Sunday in London for the Chime for Change charity concert. The organization—which exists to promote female empowerment—is co-founded by the singer, and this year's annual concert saw her performing a string of hits, as well as the new track, "Grown Woman," which is included in the new Pepsi commercials. Husband Jay-Z also joined her onstage to perform "Crazy in Love."

WATCH: The Lonely Island's Rehearsal Video For 'Go Kindergartden' Featuring Robyn + 'Wack Album' Tracklist

The Lonely Island—the comedic rap trio comprised of Andy Samberg, Akiva Schaffer, and Jorma Taccone—on Wednesday announced a new round of special guests lending their talents to their forthcoming project, The Wack Album. Hugh Jackman, Kristen Wiig, Robyn, and Too $hort join previously announced collaborators Pharrell Williams, T-Pain, Billie Joe Armstrong, Solange, Adam Levine, Kendrick Lamar, Justin Timberlake, and Lady Gaga. In anticipation of the record, the tracklist can be seen below.

WATCH: 'Healing in the Heartland' Benefit Concert For Oklahoma

If you are unable to watch Blake Shelton's tornado benefit concert, Healing in the Heartland, via television on Wednesday night, we will be streaming the event live right here. The telethon, which will feature performances by Reba, Miranda Lambert, Ryan Tedder, Usher, Darius Rucker and others, will air Wednesday at 9 p.m. EST across multiple networks, including NBC, CMT, E!, Style, Bravo and more.

PHOTOS: Drake Wears Afro On 'Anchorman 2' Set

If you're one of those who's been waiting for Drake to get back to his acting roots, you're in luck. The rapper-actor is expected to make a cameo in the forthcoming Anchorman sequel. In fact, he was spotted today wearing an afro wig and sideburns on the New York set with some of the cast, including Will Ferrell and Christina Applegate.

WATCH: Daft Punk Unwraps 'Random Access Memories' in New Teaser

Daft Punk on Monday revealed a new teaser that shows the pair of robots unwrapping their own Random Access Memories record and then proceeding to play the fresh new vinyl, which offers a brief sample of the opening song, “Give Life Back to Music." The new clip comes just days before the duo's highly anticipated new album, which arrives on May 21 via Daft Life Limited/Columbia Records.

WATCH: Kings of Leon Introduce New Song 'Always the Same'

Kings of Leon appear ready to fully make a comeback this year. With multiple performances scheduled over the summer, the band on Saturday used one of its first festival shows (at BottleRock in Napa Valley) to debut a new song, "Always the Same." The new track comes ahead of their forthcoming album, which is expected in September.