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Album John Lennon Signed For His Killer Up For Auction

The copy of John Lennon and Yoko Ono's Double Fantasy that Lennon signed for his killer, Mark David Chapman, is up for sale at auction.

Goldin Auctions, which is handling the sale, has set the minimum price for the record which features the ex-Beatle's autograph and the year 1980, at $400,000. The bidding opened on Monday (November 23).

The copy comes with a letter of authenticity, with police evidence markings on the front and back sides of the jacket.

Chapman asked for Lennon's autograph on his copy of Double Fantasy on December 8, 1980 as the legend was leaving his apartment at the Dakota in New York. Lennon signed the copy, and when he returned back after a session at the Record Plant six hours later, Chapman fatally shot him.

According to the listing by the auction house, Chapman had placed the record in a planter next to the Dakota, and it was later discovered by someone who turned it into the police, then stored it under his bed for 18 years upon return.

The album was first sold in 1999 for $150,000, and then changed hands in 2003 and 2010, fetching $850,000. The LP went back on sale in 2017 with an asking price of $1.5 million.

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Taylor Swift, The Weeknd And Dan + Shay Win Big At AMAs

Dan + Shay, Justin Bieber, Taylor Swift and The Weeknd topped the winners at the 2020 American Music Awards with three wins a piece.

Swift led the pack, winning the most coveted honor of the night, Artist of the Year. She also won the honors for Favorite Music Video for her pop hit "Cardigan" and Favorite Female Pop/Rock Artist. Swift extended her record for most AMA career wins to a whopping 32.

Bieber earned three AMA wins for Favorite Male Pop/Rock Artist, Collaboration of the Year and Favorite Country Song, the latter two for his team up with Dan+Shay for their song "10,000 Hours."

The Weeknd took home three honors for Favorite Male Soul/R&B Artist, Favorite Soul/R&B Album and Favorite Soul/R&B Song.

Dan + Shay won Collaboration of the Year award for their rendering of "10,000 Hours" with Justin Bieber. "10,000 Hours" was also elected for 'Favorite Song - Country" award. The country pop music duo was adjudged Favorite Duo of Group in country music category.

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Billie Eilish Teams Up With YouTube For 'Infinite Bad Guy' Video

On the occassion of Billie Eilish's chart topping hit "Bad Guy" achieving one billion views on YouTube, the artist teamed up with the video streaming giant to bring about what is described as the world's first never-ending music video.

YouTube in collaboration with Google Creative Lab created an infinite music video, titled "Infinite Bad Guy."

"Infinite Bad Guy" is comprised of thousands of fan versions of "Bad Guy" that Eilish fans uploaded to YouTube.

When played, two people wouldn't see the same sequence twice, YouTube said on its blog.

Fans can experience "Infinite Bad Guy" at billie.withyoutube.com. It starts with Eilish's original music video.

This year alone, Eilish has earned over 4 billion views on her Official YouTube Channel, which has amassed over 35 million subscribers, making her amongst the top 15 most-subscribed artists on the platform. "Bad Guy" has appeared on over 50 of YouTube's Top Songs Charts.

(Photo: Kenneth Cappello)

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