While Taylor Swift and Nicki Minaj were feuding on Twitter...
■ 14-year-old Larsen Thompson and 11-year-old Taylor Hatala remind us how basic we all were as children, showing off their skilled and sharp choreography to Beyonce's "Run The World" set in a corporate office environment (because apparently business people run the world, too).
■ Nick Jonas performs at G-A-Y nightclub in London last weekend, and thankfully gets tied up in "Chains."
■ The Game is recording music from his toilet. Meaning, his upcoming album will be THE shit, or just shit.
■ Taylor Swift is launching a clothing line with JD.com Inc, China's second largest e-commerce company, where her clothing collection will be exclusively sold on the website's U.S. Mall platform. [Harpers Bazaar]
■ Tori Kelly performs "Should've Been Us" on Jimmy Kimmel Live Monday night.
■ Prince premiered his music video for "Baltimore."
■ Listen to Travis Barker's new song "100" featuring Kid Ink, IamSu!, Tyga, & Ty Dolla Sign:
■ And speaking of Kid Ink... he premiered his new music video for "Faster."
■ Meghan Trainor takes us behind-the-scenes of her "Like I'm Gonna Lose You" music video alongside John Legend. "I haven't done anything like this, actually," Trainor says. "I'm used to the bubblegum 'pop star,' and now I'm feeling it, and I'm getting emotional, and I'm thinking about my family and a lot of deep thoughts. So this is very new for me."
■ Nathan Sykes performed "Kiss Me Quick" on Good Morning America Tuesday morning.
■ J. Balvin premiered his new music video for "Ginza."
■ CRUISR premiered their new summer jam "Throw Shade," and you should probably listen to it.
Verse Simmonds debuted his new lyric video for "All I Want" featuring Jeremih:
■ Redlight (Hugh Pescod) shares his new song EDM-friendly house banger titled "Lion Jungle" featuring Mobb Deep.
■ Laidback Luke premiered his sick club banger "Snap That Neck" featuring Chocolate Puma.
■ And finally, Katy Perry hits another roadblock in her bid to purchase a convent in Los Angeles. Sisters Rita Callahan and Sister Catherine Rose Holzman of the Sisters of the Most Holy and Immaculate Heart claim selling it to Perry would "violate [their] canonical vows to the Catholic Church." In other words, the world of celebrity is a unique and bitter place. [THR]