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Buzz Bites (6/10/13): The Wanted’s Nathan Sykes Returns To The Stage After Vocal Surgery

Buzz Bites (6/10/13): The Wanted’s Nathan Sykes Returns To The Stage After Vocal Surgery

The Wanted's Nathan Sykes performs after vocal surgery, watch Miley Cyrus twerk at Juicy J's concert + listen to J. Cole's "Born Sinner" ahead of its release in today's Buzz Bites.

The Wanted’s Nathan Sykes has returned to work after having vocal surgery in April.

+ The Wanted‘s Nathan Sykes performed with the band for the first time last night since undergoing vocal surgery in April. He surprised the crowd at London’s Wembley Stadium where he appeared to sing his solo during “I Found You.” (MTV News)

+ Check out Miley Cyrus twerking during Juicy J‘s show at Los Angeles’ House Of Blues on Saturday. The “We Can’t Stop” singer worked her moves while Juicy J performed the NSFW “Bandz A Make Her Dance.” “The crowd went crazy!” he tweeted afterwards. (Idolator)

+ J. Cole‘s Born Sinner is not officially out until June 18, but he’s streaming it in its entirety via his website. “Thank you for the love. Rather than acting like the leak didn’t happen, here’s the official album stream for those who haven’t heard it,” he tweeted. (RapFix)

+ In this week’s Billboard cover story, Janelle Monáe reveals that Prince and Miguel will guest on her sophomore album, The Electric Lady. Miguel sings on “Primetime,” and she says of Prince, “It’s not every day that he collaborates. I’m honored and humbled that he trusted me.” (Billboard)

+ Watch Nick Jonas hanging out with Joseph and Noah, two young aspiring musicians. Nick listens to them play guitar and mandolin, and then plays a tune for them. He also gives the kids sage advice, telling them to learn to play the drums, too. “Once girls start breaking your hearts, you can go get angry,” he advises. (E!)

Big Sean and Eminem had a studio session in April, and while Big Sean didn’t reveal to MTV News if what they worked on would appear on his or Em’s next album, he did promise one thing: “Big Sean and Eminem? It’s gotta be a Detroit classic.” (MTV News)

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