Buzz Bites (10/6/11): Celebs React To Steve Jobs Passing

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+ Among tech innovator Steve Jobs' many contributions, he revolutionized our music experience. Celebs like The Roots' ?uestlove, Pharrell Williams and gave props to Jobs, who passed away yesterday. "An innovator. Contributed so much to this generation & beyond. RIP Steve Jobs," Nicki Minaj tweeted. #RIP (MTV News)

+ J. Cole's Cole World: The Sideline Story debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200. Beyoncé congratulated him, and B's hubby/Cole's label boss Jay-Z said, "J. Cole's success is testament to amazing artist development and Cole's hard work." (MTV News)

+ If you can't wait to hear Joe JonasFastLife next week, you can get preview snippets here. And while you're perusing all things Joe Jonas, check out yesterday's "Today Show" performance of "Just In Love." (Neon Limelight)

+ Leona Lewis announced that she's working on a new album. "I have a collection of new songs... and I [know] there's more to be born, so it means the album will come out next year," she tweeted. I keep bleeding I keep,keep bleeding love! - sorry, auto LL reaction. (Just Jared)

+ Miley Cyrus visited a Haitian school with the president of Haiti, Michel Joseph Martelly, to advocate free education. Peep the lovely photos. This is her second trip this year; her last visit was to advocate for the hearing impaired. (ONTD)

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