Buzz Bites (2/2/12): Questlove, Diddy + More Pay Homage To ‘Soul Train’ Creator Don Cornelius

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+ “Soul Train” creator Don Cornelius died yesterday of an apparent suicide. Diddy, Snoop Dogg, Red Hot Chili PeppersFlea, Ice Cube and more honored him via the internet. The Roots‘ ?uestlove wrote he was “the MOST crucial nonpolitical figure to emerge from the civil rights era, post ’68.” (Rolling Stone)

+ Lil Wayne stopped by while Justin Bieber was in the studio, and it looks like they took a skateboarding break. No word on if Weezy will appear on Bieber’s forthcoming Believe album. (MTV News)

+ Katy Perry was added to the Grammy performers list yesterday. It was also announced that Drake, Miranda Lambert, Dierks Bentley and Gwyneth Paltrow will present at the Feb. 12 show. (MTV News)

+ St. Vincent will make stops on the West Coast and Upper East Side, at least on television. Annie Clark and band head to “Portlandia” on Feb. 3 and “Gossip Girl” on Feb. 13, where they’ll perform “Cruel” and “Cheerleader.” (Pitchfork)

+ Our favorite Icelander Björk took to “The Colbert Report” to perform Biophilia‘s “Cosmogony” dressed in a Björkesque futuristic outfit (natch) and backed by an all-female Icelandic choir. She also fielded some funny questions. (Pitchfork)

+ If you missed “Glee”‘s Michael Jackson tribute, check out the cast’s renditions of “Scream,” “Bad” and “Black or White” here. (Idolator)