FYI: Outkast Overload, Rich Bitches, Jesus Beats

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FYI: Outkast Overload, Rich Bitches, Jesus Beats
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Every day, Stereotude trawls the depths of the Internet to bring you the most relevant news from around the music world. This is FYI:

Outkast Overload: Festival lineups are being released left and right and the one common denominator is Outkast. By the end of the summer, it will be difficult to avoid them. Remember how annoying "Hey Ya" got the first time around?! The Governors Ball in NYC features the duo headlining alongside Vampire Weekend, Jack White and The Strokes, whereas Hangout Fest in Alabama has them between The Black Keys, The Killers, and Jack Johnson. If you need us, we'll be at EDC. (Via Rolling Stone)

Rich Bitches: Carrie Underwood has edged out Kelly Clarkson on Forbes' list of highest-earning "American Idol" alumni with a whopping $31 million. Adam Lambert earned third with a paltry $5 million. See you in line at the dollar store, sucker.  (Via Idolator)

Take This!: Take That members have confirmed that they're in the studio working on a new album. Apparently hot shot Robbie Williams has yet to confirm if he'll be joining the rest of the lovable lads, but he has until March to decide. Proposed subject matter for new material is said to include getting checked for prostate cancer and their Botox budgets. (Via Idolator)

Go See: Bruno Mars has announced tour dates with Pharrell Williams and Aloe Blacc on his Moonshine Jungle tour. Hey, that actually sounds like fun! Check out the full dates at Rap-Up:

Jesus Beats: Check out Stereotude favorite Charli XCX's club-friendly, IDM take on Portugal. The Man's "Modern Jesus." The UK songstress assumed production duties on the track and it's got a soulful warmth amidst all the synths and snares. (Via Consequence of Sound)

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