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Taylor Swift goes platinum; Robyn to perform at Nobel Peace concert; Wyclef Jean reflects on his presidential dreams

Taylor SwiftTaylor Swift is back on the top of the charts.(Matt Sayles/AP).

By Chris Richards

- Taylor Swift's excellent new album "Speak Now" went platinum in its first week of sales, moving over 1,047,000 copies, according to Nielsen SoundScan.

- Swedish pop powerhouse Robyn has been booked to perform the 2010 Nobel Peace Prize concert in Oslo on Dec. 11. The line up also includes Florence and the Machine, Herbie Hancock, Colbie Callait, Sivert Höyem, and Elvis Costello.

- Wyclef Jean muses on his political dreams on a forthcoming EP. Titled "If I Were President: My Haitian Experience," the six-song collection will be available digitally on Dec. 7.

By Chris Richards  | November 3, 2010; 9:30 AM ET
Categories:  Morning click  | Tags:  Robyn, Taylor Swift, Wyclef Jean  
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