Double does of new ‘Clef today. You can hear his new World Cup Anthem over at our sister site, WeAllHitPlay.Com, which also features Avicii and Carlos Santana. Directed by Hezues R.
Yes, this really is a cover of Tracey Lee’s “The Theme”.
‘Clef sits in with The Breakfast Club, and shows off his new “Gat-Tar”. That thing’s gotta be a bitch to get through customs.
Well, this is certainly unexpected. ‘Clef comes back with a new mixtape release, featuring collaborations with Mobb Deep, T.I., Trae The Truth, Uncle Murda, Loaded Lux, Maino, and more. Download Mixtape | Free Mixtapes Powered by DatPiff.com
Stellar work, gold star.
Haitian Fresh gets political on his new single with ‘Clef and Bob, touching upon the presidential election, hurricane sandy, and violence in Chicago.
Perhaps the most awkward interview in Breakfast Club history. Deals with Clef’s speedo photoshoot, his new book, the Yele Foundation, and more.
Eeeeee. According to a report by the New York Post, in Wyclef’s new autobiography, Purpose, he reveals that ultimately the reason that The Fugees broke up was because Lauryn Hill lied to him about her pregnancy, claiming her first born child with Rohan Marley, Zion, was his. “In that moment something died between us. I [cont.]
While visiting Haiti for the presidential elections, Wyclef’s vehicle was shot at, with a bullet grazing his hand, but is okay, E! Online reports. “I have confirmed from Wyclef that he was immediately taken to the hospital, treated for a minor graze to his hand and released,” his spokeswoman, Cindy Tanenbaum told E! “Wyclef’s commitment [cont.]
Nardwuar interviews ex-Haitian presidential candidate, Wyclef Jean.
Presidential material Wyclef Jean acted very diplomatically at a recent performance for Hot 97′s On Da Reggae Tip show at Hammerstein Ballroom in NYC. In a new version of “If I Were President”, he alters the lyrics to take pot shots at both Sean Penn, who criticized his run for Haitian president, and former Fugee [cont.]
Wyclef spoke with CNN about the Haitian government’s decision to not allow him to run for president. ‘Clef hopes to appeal the decision.
Reuters reports today that a source has told them that Wyclef Jean is not on the list of approved candidates to run for president of Haiti. “He is not on the list as I speak,” an anonymous member of Haiti’s provisional electoral council told Reuters, in a list that is to be released on Friday. [cont.]
Rapper-slash-Haitian-presidential-candidate Wyclef Jean rides through the streets of Haiti with CNN.
In the first clip, Wyclef talks about his run for President in Haiti, while in the second clip, actor Sean Penn – who has been helping out with earthquake relief in the country – questions ‘Clef’s motives.
This isn’t a joke or a hoax or anything like that. Wyclef Jean – an active supporter of his homeland Haiti – is rumoed to be considering running for president in the upcoming election, as the term of current president Rene Preval is coming to an end. In a statement released by “The Jean Family”, [cont.]
Sure, Michael Jackson’s legacy has been sampled to death, carving out a number of hit records for various artists including Jay-Z (“Izzo”), Kanye West (“Good Life”), Nas (“It Ain’t Hard To Tell”), and tons more. What you may not be aware of however is how many times Michael has tapped these same artists to appear [cont.]
The commingling of flavors (hip-hop, reggae, soul, R&B and pop) that were prevalent on The Carnival transformed Wyclef Jean into one of the music industries most sought after producers; and lead to subsequent work with Destiny’s Child and luminaries such as Carlos Santana, and Whitney Houston. Clef’s sophomore LP, Ecleftic, was a direct result of that cross-genre [cont.]
Though The Fugees, The Score, sold 11-million records, and catapulted two its erstwhile members to superstardom, Wyclef Jean has nevertheless managed to redefine himself as a solo-artist. Similar to its classic predecessor, The Carnival, Clef’s quest to disassociate himself from traditional hip-hop parameters is freshly anewed with his subtle sophomore LP Ecleftic. With oft-times nothing [cont.]
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