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HOLDEN, MEET JONAH: Speaking of “fair use” kids, the line forms behind five-year-old beat master Jonah, who has apparently worked out the legal issues with Sony Music regarding his bravura appropriation of System of a Down’s “Toxicity.” The little dude even has his endorsements lined up—the accompanying text lists Vic Firth sticks; SJC custom drums; Zildjian cymbals; DW pedals, stands and hardware; and Stoked custom thrones. But you’ll have to click on the link to see it. The embed code reads “disabled by request.” (3/2a)

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