News Ticker: Ozzy Osbourne, Glastonbury, Lil Wayne, AC/DC

April 15, 2010 9:02 AM ET

Ozzy Osbourne debuted "Let Me Hear You Scream," the first single off his June 15th disc Scream, on last night's episode of CSI: NY. The rocker plans to announce his 18-month tour shortly, and promises news about Ozzfest will arrive next week.

Snoop Dogg, MGMT, Willie Nelson and the Flaming Lips have been added to the Glastonbury lineup. The BBC reports that the fest, which runs from June 23rd through 27th, is already sold out.

While Lil Wayne blogs from jail, the video for "I'm Single" from his acclaimed No Ceilings mixtape will be released to the masses. MTV2 will debut the clip on Sunday, MTV News reports.

Special edition releases of the all-AC/DC soundtrack for Iron Man 2 will hit stores Monday. The Collectors Edition includes a limited-edition reprint of the 1968 comic "The Invincible Iron Man" and a cartoon drawn by Angus Young, as well as a 50-minute DVD packed with AC/DC footage and an early look at the movie.

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