Plus, Blake Shelton & Miranda Lambert split and Daniel Radcliffe raps Eminem.
Mondays are busy for everyone, so while you were flipping through Instagram during your office meeting, you might have missed these important stories in music.
■ Because of course someone spliced together clips of Miss Piggy so it appears she's covering Rihanna's "Bitch Better Have My Money," and it's bloody brilliant. [NY Mag]
■ Over the weekend, Drake attended his barber’s wedding at York Mills Gallery in Toronto. He rapped a song over what sounded like the beat from D.R.A.M.'s “Cha Cha,” causing fans to speculate his new song is actually off a remix.
Tinashe poses for Kode magazine [Tinashe Brazil]
■ Big Sean is collaborating with Jack Ü. The trio posted for a photo over the weekend:
■ During his Forest Hills Drive tour in San Diego over the weekend, someone threw a cell phone at J Cole's face and his reaction is everything.
■ Cops believe Chris Brown's "friends" are behind his recent home invasion where his aunt was held hostage at gun point before they robbed the place. [TMZ]
■ Good Morning America played Taylor Swift's "Bad Blood" while introducing Jake Gylenhaal on Monday. Reps for the show said the mistake was just a "coincidence," but we're smarter than that. [EW]
■ Daniel Radcliffe rapped Eminem's 'The Real Slim Shady' at a karaoke bar this weekend. Our dreams of a Harry Potter-themed 8 Mile movie are quikcly coming to fruition.
■ Katy Perry went to Mariah Carey's show in Las Vegas Sunday night.
■ Blake Shelton and Mirada Lambert filed for divorce.
■ Kat Krazy has crafted remixes for Coldplay, Rhianna, Nicole Scherzinger, Foster The People, Marina & The Diamonds and Pixie Lott, and now he's taken a stab at Elle Exxe's "Lost In L.A.," combining bold piano instrumentation and huge building synths to create a smooth glitchy house banger.
■ David Hasselhoff's daughter & newest star of E!'s Rich Kids of Beverly Hills, Taylor-Ann Hasselhoff, debuted her radiant new black and white(ish) music video, "Collide."
■ And finally, Janet Jackson and her dancers hit up the J. Cole concert on Sunday:
"This is not the future we envisioned and it is with heavy heart that we move forward separately. We are real people, with real lives, with real family, friends and colleagues. Therefore, we kindly ask for privacy and compassion concerning this very personal matter."Here's Lambert crying during her performance of "The House that Built Me" two days ago. The song was originally written for Shelton, but passed it along to Lambert. [TMZ]