OK Go Score Latest Viral Hit, 'White Knuckles'

Plus: New videos and music from M.I.A. and Mark Ronson

September 21, 2010 3:29 PM ET

OK Go: 'White Knuckles' Video
OK Go have crafted another "How did they do that?" video with "White Knuckles," a single-take clip with crazy choreography and the most well-trained dogs you'll ever see. Though it only debuted 24 hours ago, the video has already passed one million views on YouTube. [OK Go]

M.I.A.: 'Story To Be Told' Video
M.I.A.'s latest internet-inspired clip features a trippy tunnel of CAPTCHAs — those randomized words you need to punch in when you use sites like Ticketmaster — that actually spell the song's lyrics. [M.I.A. UK]

Mark Ronson: 'Record Collection' Full Album Stream
Mark Ronson and his Business Intl. will release their new album, Record Collection, in the States on September 28th. In the meantime, Ronson has posted a full album stream on his MySpace page. The album features guest spots from D'Angelo, Q-Tip, Ghostface Killah, Simon LeBon and many more. [Mark Ronson MySpace]

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