One Direction’s “Best Song Ever” Breaks 24-Hour VEVO Record: Morning Mix

Adam Pyarali | July 24, 2013 5:00 am

Did You Hear?

:: After Miley Cyrus broke the record four weeks back with the controversial “We Can’t Stop,” One Direction broke the VEVO records for most views in 24-hours with their latest single “Best Song Ever.” Directioners pressed their browser’s refresh buttons devotedly, racking up 10.9 million views during the first 24-hours of the video’s release. You’re gonna have to do more than some twerking to beat that Miley! [SugarScape]

:: Two years after the death of Amy Winehouse, music producer Mark Ronson revealed he has no more collaborations with the singer left to release. He did, however, mention there might be some unreleased material with producer Salaam Remi that might see a release in the future. [BBC]

:: If you haven’t had enough of Robin Thicke‘s “Blurred Lines” this summer, treat yourself to this new clip of Bill Clinton “singing” the smash hit. The video, uploaded by barackdubs, is brought to us by the same YouTube channel who had President Barack Obama singing “Get Lucky.” [CBS News]

:: The royal baby wasn’t the only important infant born this week: Lady Antebellum frontwoman Hillary Scott gave birth to a baby girl on Monday in Nashville, TN. [Billboard]

After the jump, find out what music acts you can catch on TV today.

Music On TV:

:: Late Show With David Letterman (CBS) — Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros :: Conan (TBS) — Bastille :: Jimmy Kimmel Live (ABC) — Capital Cities :: The Ellen Degeneres Show (syndicated) — Emeli Sande