* We'd only be hazarding a guess that his temper's tiny, but Tiny Tempah is about to hit Australia in a big way, with EMI ready to service his debut single 'Pass Out' to Australian radio next week. The track has been selling by the bucketload in the UK, where it's spent two weeks in the No.1 position. The digital single will be released locally on April 09.
* MTV will this Sunday present a six hour special on pop superstar Lady Gaga. The program, kicking off at 10am, will feature video clips, interviews and a series of live performances.
* Sony Music has this week taken a new Kelly Clarkson single to radio in anticipation of her forthcoming Australian tour. But not wishing to simply follow the lead of the US (who are reportedly going with 'All I Ever Wanted'), the local highlight track is 'Cry'.
* According to The Music Network magazine, the No.1 played song in the country this week is David Guetta's track 'Memories', featuring guest vocals by Kid Cudi. The highest played Australian song is Guy Sebastian's 'All To Myself - all the way back in position #21.
* We know they were stars of the UK X Factor, but it hasn't stopped Sony Music taking the Jedward single 'Under Pressure (Ice Ice Baby)' to radio in Australia. The single has been available digitally here for the last six weeks. But now comes word out of the UK that they've been dropped.
* Aussie dance/pop performer Anthony Defina must be making friends in all the right places. He's heading to the US shortly where he'll play the support role for Sony star Ke$ha for a performance in New York, along with a Lady Gaga charity event, also in New York.
* And the estate of Michael Jackson has renewed the singer's relationship with Sony Music, announcing a new deal worth a reported $250 million. The deal will see Sony releasing a series of new discs into the forseeable future, some including never-before-released MJ tracks. The first of the projects is set to be released in November this year.