Wyclef Jean & Lupe Fiasco – Fast Car (Remix)

6 04 2008

Listen
Fast Car (Remix feat. Lupe Fiasco) *brand new!!!*

Also make sure to check out the original version feat. Paul Simons
Fast Car (Album Version)





Wyclef Jean – Coming To America Mixtape

26 12 2007

Wyclef Jean Mixtape Wyclef Jean put out is very first Mixtape CD called “Coming To America”. It features a lot of brand new songs, as well as some of the tracks that were produced for the reunion album which has not seen the light of day (yet?).

Check out the song “Been Away Too Long” which uses the same chorus The Fugees used for “Wann Be” and includes a verse dedicated to Lauryn Hill Hip Hop. “If You Wanna” and “Endless Fight” also use rap verses and hooks that were recorded when The Fugees got back together in 2005/06 and recorded songs.

Listen and download the mixtape CD for FREE at datpiff.com!

Mixtape Tracks
1. Coming to america (intro)
2. Last time i rhymed
3. Streets wanna know
4. Bustin them slugs
5. Nino brown
6. You better pray johnny (interlude)
7. Johnnys dead (feat styles p)
8. Play me when im dead (interlude)
9. Africa
10. F.b.i. knockin at my door
11. Why i doo this
12. Blood in your eye (feat the game)
13. Operate on me (feat lil wayne)
14. Been away too long (feat lauryn hill)
15. Lauryn hill and the fugees (interlude)
16. If you wanna (feat lauryn hill)
17. Gettin money since 1996 (interlude)
18. Rap rock n roll star
19. Allow me to re-introduce myself (interlude)
20. Sweetest girl (cream mix) (feat lil wayne raekwon and akon)
21. Informer (feat uncle murda and movado)
22. Fresh off the plane (interlude)
23. House that clef built
24. Leave a voicemail (interlude)
25. Coming home from upstate
26. Where the hope go (interlude)
27. Slow down (feat t.i.)
28. Street religion (feat r. kelly)
29. Behind the scenes (interlude)
30. Welcome to the east (feat sizzla movado uncle murda and minister louis farrakhan)
31. Classic street album (outro) (bonus)
32. Endless fight (the fugees)





Wyclef returns: Carnival II

31 08 2007

Wyclef Jean returns to Columbia Records with “The Carnival II: Memoirs of an Immigrant,” the artist’s first full-length album for the label since his third solo album, “Masquerade,” entered the Billboard Top 200 at #6 in June 2002. “The Carnival II: Memoirs of an Immigrant” is slated for release this autumn.

With “The Carnival II: Memoirs of an Immigrant,” his sixth full-length studio album, Wyclef Jean continues the autobiographical musical odyssey he began a decade ago with his 1997 triple-platinum debut solo album, “Wyclef Jean Presents The Carnival Featuring Refugee All-Stars” (aka “The Carnival”). Wyclef gave his fans their first taste of “The Carnival II” with the release of the album’s lead-in single, “Sweetest Girl (Dollar Bill),” featuring Akon, Lil’ Wayne and introducing Niia. Released in August, the single rapidly made its first Billboard chart appearance entering the Bubbling Under Hot 100 chart at #3. “Sweetest Girl (Dollar Bill)” is now available digitally. According to Wyclef, “The Carnival II” is “a continuation of ‘Gone Till November” (his 1997 Top 10 signature hit from “The Carnival”). I focus a lot on the songwriting.”

Wyclef Jean’s latest video “Sweetest Girl”

For his much anticipated new album, Wyclef has once again called upon his friends, showcasing his musical dexterity as he draws from an extraordinary and diverse roster of collaborating guest artists including Paul Simon (on “Fast Car”), Mary J. Blige, T.I., Norah Jones, Akon, Serj Tankian (of System Of A Down) (on “Trouble Again”), Lil’ Wayne, and Shakira, to name a few. Wyclef produced the entire album with his long-time production partner, Jerry “Wonda” Duplessis, with whom he has worked since the beginning of the Fugees.

source: wyclef. com official press release





Wyclef’s new single: “Sweetest Girl”

20 07 2007

For his first single off his upcoming album “The Carnival 2” Wyclef Jean collabos with Akon again (YES, Akon was part of the Refugee Camp back in 1996 and he is actually featured on “The Score”).
Check out the new single “Sweetest Girl” which also features Lil’Wayne and Nia.

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PREVIEW: Listen to “Sweetest Girl”





Update on Wyclef: “The Carnival 2: Memoirs of an Immigrant”

31 05 2007

He hasn’t changed his name to Mr. Jean, but lately it seems Wyclef has been as far from the spotlight as his former Fugees mate Lauryn Hill.

“It’s been a minute for me,” he admitted to MTV News a couple of weeks ago on the set of T.I.’s “You Know What It Is” video (see “T.I. Getting Ahead Of His Selves With Second Clip From Alter-Ego LP”).

But ‘Clef recently connected with T.I. while he was in Atlanta and asked the “Bankhead” rapper to put him up in a studio while he was in town. Tip acquiesced and let ‘Clef set up shop at a studio he could use all by himself.

The result? Not only did he produce T.I.’s next single, but Wyclef also kick-started his next album, The Carnival 2: Memoirs of an Immigrant — the sequel to his debut, The Carnival — which is tentatively due in September. The new set follows 2003’s The Preacher’s Son and 2004’s international-flavored Welcome to Haiti: Creole 101.

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Wyclef and Refugee Allstars in Los Angeles

1 02 2007

Event: Wyclef and Refugee Allstars
When: February, 12th 2007
Where: House Of Blues, Los Angeles

Here’s your chance to see Wyclef perform in Los Angeles!
Visit Wyclef Jean’s MySpace page, fill out the form and you will be notified by email if you won tickets on or by 2/9.
Only guests with tickets or a confirmed email will be admitted on a first come, first serve basis.

Doors close at capacity so please arrive early. Must be local to Hollywood to attend. Transportation not provided.

source: Wyclef Jean @ MySpace

Related Links:
Message Board: Wyclef Jean





Wyclef gives free concert in Jacmel, Haiti

7 01 2007

The week-long YéleFest celebration in Jacmel, Haiti, culminated in a free concert for an estimated 40,000 people on December 1, 2006. YéleFest brought young Haitian artists, filmmakers, musicians and actors together for one week of activities in Jacmel, Haiti, with representatives of non-governmental organizations, volunteer groups, development agencies and donor governments. The program was designed to allow these diverse groups the opportunity to explore ways to use culture and the arts to create new models for achieving sustainable development.

source: yele.org

Related Links:
Video: Watch Wyclef perform
Photos: Wyclef Jean’s Free Concert in Jacmel
Message Board: GET TO KNOW Yéle Haiti