KING's editors round up the hottest clicks from around the web so you don't have to.

Is it only Tuesday? Doesn't feel like it. Oh well, dive into the Hot Clicks and catch up on news you might have missed. See what Fetty Wap is doing for high school students in New Jersey, find out which artists are covering Disney Classics on a We Love Disney album and find out why FX has snatched up the rights to air Straight Outta Compton. Be sure to check out a gallery featuring the lovely Liza Irizarry.

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    16 Hip-Hop Stars on Lavish Boats

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    There's just something about the wealthy and boats. XXL has rounded up some examples of hip-hop's hottest stars and their lavish boats.

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    Ne-Yo, Jhene Aiko, Ariana Grande & More Cover Disney Classics on 'We Love Disney' Album

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    Some of the biggest names in hip-hop and R&B are set to appear on an album that features their covers of Disney classics. For example, Ne-Yo is going to sing a song from Aladdin, Jhene Aiko will do a song from Alice in Wonderland and Ariana Grande will sing "Zero to Hero" from Hercules.

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    Rappers Who Auditioned for 'Straight Outta Compton'

    It's no surprise that lots of rappers came out to audition for the parts of the members of the legendary N.W.A when Straight Outta Compton was announced. Here are a few examples of the big names that came out to audition.

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    Fetty Wap is Throwing a Free Show for New Jersey High School Students

    Fetty Wap will play a free show in Paterson, New Jersey on Aug. 26, 2015. The show will take place at Bauerle Field between School 15 and Eastside High School, running from 3:00-7:00PM and 1,200 free tickets will be handed out starting on Aug. 24, 2015 at Pennington Park.

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    FX Networks Get the Rights to Air 'Straight Outta Compton'

    Straight Outta Compton has been killing it at the box office this weekend. Unsurprisingly, networks have made the bid for the rights to air it on TV, and FX has secured those rights.