THURSDAY NEWS LINKS :: Ten Hot Miami Chicks, H&M store in So Flo, Kanye West spazzes on Mat Laurer, and more

Been a while since I put together once of these Thursday News Links. Well here you go. News from all over the place – locally and beyond.

— So up first. This is how the story went. Kanye West went on the Today Show. Kanye bitches about the interview on Twitter. The internets get the interview on Youtube. Click here to watch. [Youtube]

— Trendy store H&M finally gets a South Florida location. Not quite Dade or Broward, but in West Palm Beach. The retailer opens a 20,409 square feet location at the The Gardens Mall. [PlanetPit]

— We The Best season is soon to return. Not only is DJ Khaled celebrating his birthday in a couple weeks at King Of Diamonds for his annual Temple event. But he’s planning on dropping a new single off the new album this January. And now that Khaled is officially “Cash Money”, expect Lil Wayne to be all over that album. [LilWayneHQ]

— New Times’ Crossfade section puts together a great lil’ list of “Ten Hot Chicks” that will be performing at the Miami Music Festival this week and weekend. Check it out. [Crossfade]

— Locally based producer Rico Love officially launched his record label Division 1. At his star studded red carpet event, he spoke to NBC a bit about what he has up his sleeves. [NBCMiami]

— So um, one of Young Money’s youngest artists, Lil Twist, is said to be working on a mixtape with the all-too-popular Justin Bieber (who will be in town next month). I don’t know. Something about this, just doesn’t sound good. Two different sounds. It won’t work. Then again. [MTV News]

— For anyone that cares, Footlocker launches a new “History Of Lebron” website. Sneaker oriented of course. [Footlocker]

— In the randomly random and useless department. Nintendo finally trademarks the phrase “Its On Like Donkey Kong”. Wow. Really? Its basically 2011. Quite a few years late there, Nintendo. [Destructoid]