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Wyclef Jean Reveals ‘Ruthless’ Family Stories, Confronts ‘Vices’ in ‘Purpose’
Wyclef Jean Reveals ‘Ruthless’ Family Stories, Confronts ‘Vices’ in ‘Purpose’
"It's weird writing about yourself," Wyclef Jean tells The BoomBox. This week, the former Fugees frontman debuted his first memoir, Purpose: An Immigrant's Story. Having spent two years penning the read alongside author Anthony Bozza, the rapper-producer-humanitarian unveils a final product that reveals personal stories surrounding his praised music career, his bid for Haitian presidency
Wyclef’s Former Partner Pras Opposes Presidential Bid
Wyclef’s Former Partner Pras Opposes Presidential Bid
In a controversial move, popular rapper/singer Wyclef Jean has announced that he will run for president in Haiti's upcoming election. Though Wyclef said that he felt compelled to run by the people of his earthquake-stricken homeland, he is already facing opposition from a source very close to home; his former partner-in-rhyme in The Fugees and fellow Haitian, Pras Michel...
Lauryn Hill Rocks the Bells?
Lauryn Hill Rocks the Bells?
Lauryn Hill may have shied away from the music scene over the past few years, but she's about to return to the spotlight in a big way. Though the official announcement will be made tonight at The Key Club in West Hollywood, L Boogie is rumored to be headlining this year's Rock the Bells tour, with plans for the songstress to perform her seminal 1998 release 'The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill' in its
Black Music Milestones
Black Music Milestones
Music plays an integral role in our lives, but, at times we take for granted the moments that uniquely changed the game. From the first time Michael Jackson moonwalked for the American public to the day five guys from Compton, Calif. got together to form the world's most dangerous group, here are our top 20 black music milestones...
Wyclef Jean Asks for Help in Haiti After Nation Is Rocked by Major Earthquake
Wyclef Jean Asks for Help in Haiti After Nation Is Rocked by Major Earthquake
Right before 5PM EST the Caribbean isle of Haiti was rocked by its biggest earthquake to date, measuring about 7.0 on the Richter scale. While no deaths have been reported at press time, a US Aid worker stationed in the capital city of Port-au-Prince told CNN that a "blanket of dust completely covered the city for about 10 minutes...