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Justin Bieber to collaborate with Raekwon; U2 reports to the dancefloor; Big Boi to perform 9:30 Club

raekwonWe're too confused by news of the Chef collaborating with the Biebs to think of a punny "Cuban Linx" photo caption (Kyle Gustafson/FTWP)

By Chris Richards

A slew of bad ideas presented themselves on the Internet, yesterday. Among them:

  • Wu-Tang Clan veteran Raekwon is collaborating with Justin Bieber via Kanye West. Yes, really.
  • U2 is working on a slew of new material, including a "club-sounding" album. Fans of the group's 1997 album "Pop," rejoice. All three of you.
  • Arcade Fire frontman Win Butler thinks Wyclef shouldn't run for office in Haiti. He also thinks that "Austrian" is a language.
  • And this is what the new Taylor Swift album cover looks like.

- In much better news, the 9:30 Club has announced that Big Boi will grace their stage on Sept. 8. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. today.

- And finally, Click Track favorite Courtney Love has settled a $1 million lawsuit over the profits of the sale of Nirvana's publishing.

By Chris Richards  |  August 19, 2010; 9:00 AM ET
Categories:  Morning click  | Tags: Big Boi, Courtney Love, Justin Bieber, Kanye West, Nirvana, Raekwon, Taylor Swift, U2  
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