Chris Brown “Beats Women” Sticker Stunt Helped Publicize Breezy’s Album: Morning Mix

Did You Hear?

:: Remember when mystery truth-tellers put “This man beats women” stickers on Chris Brown‘s Fortune CDs in London stores? Turns out the DIY labels probably gave the album a sales boost. [NME]

:: According to a report, both Christina Aguilera and Cee Lo Green are out as coaches for Season 4 of The Voice, and will be replaced by Usher and Shakira. Will Adam Levine and Blake Shelton be the next to exit? [Complex]

:: While getting honored for their charity work, the Jonas Brothers revealed clues about the new music they’re working on, saying it’s “very different” and that they’re about ready to start playing it in front of audiences. [Youtube]

:: Wyclef Jean‘s autobiography was published today (September 18), and in it he blames Lauryn Hill for the breakup of The Fugees. The two carried on an affair, and Wyclef claims Hill lied and told him he was the father of her child, which led to the group’s dissolution. [Complex]

::  Amy Winehouse‘s ashes were buried in North London on September 16. Seventy mourners were in attendance and her father paid tribute to her “short but dynamic” life. [The Sun]

:: The American Pop Music Hall Of Fame opens next summer, and among the first 40 nominees are The Beatles, Elvis Presley and Frank Sinatra. Sounds like this place will have the same loose genre definitions as the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame. [Billboard]

After the jump, find out which music acts you can find on the tube today.

Music on TV:

:: Tonight Show with Jay Leno (NBC) — Ryan Bingham :: Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (NBC) — Nelly Furtado :: Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson (CBS) — Melissa Etheridge :: Ellen DeGeneres (ABC) — Carly Rae Jepsen