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  1. The nonprofit AT&T Performing Arts Center announced today that single tickets for A Night of Symphonic Hip Hop featuring Wyclef Jeanwith the Dallas POPS will go on sale Friday, November 17 at 10 a.m. Worldwide superstar and three-time hip hop Grammy Award®-winner Wyclef Jean will perform with the Dallas POPS at 8 p.m. Wednesday, May 2, 2018 at the Winspear Opera House in the downtown Dallas Arts District. Center Circle get access to the best available tickets. Call Membership Services at 214-978- 2888 or go to to join. Center Circle presale began November 13 at 10 a.m Read more:
  2. Grammy Award-winning singer and rapper Wyclef Jean will perform with the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra for a one-night-only concert experience on March 9, 2018 at 7:30pm. The "hip-hop guitarist" Wyclef Jean will perform chart-topping hits from his solo career and time with The Fugees. With hits spanning three decades, Wyclef Jean will team with the SLSO to create an extraordinary blend of hip-hop and classical music. Read more:
  3. Wyclef is making an 'insane' mixtape

    Tue, Nov 14, 2017 at 7:00 PM
    He will rework tracks like Kendrick Lamar's DNA and Young Thug and Future's Killed Before - adding his own beats and lyrics to the originals. "It's going to be insane," he told the BBC. "Because, at the end of the day, can I go bar-for-bar with Kendrick? "You know I can - but to a kid, it's going to sound pretty amazing." Wyclef found fame as a member of the 1990s hip-hop crew The Fugees, whose hits included Ready Or Not and Killing Me Softly. Read more:
  4. Three-time Grammy Award-winner Wyclef Jean has been a force in the music industry for decades. First appearing in the hip-hop group The Fugees, Jean went on to work with music giants like Shakira and to cement his place as a hip hop giant. Speaking to CNBC in an episode of Life Hacks Live from the Web Summit technology conference in Lisbon, Portugal, Jean detailed his passion for technology and how the lessons he learned in the music industry apply to the business world. Read more:
  5. Wyclef Jean: Tiny Desk Concert

    Mon, Nov 6, 2017 at 2:00 PM
    Wyclef Jean doesn't get his just due. It was only after The Fugees had the world in their collective palms, and then disbanded, when we got to know his unadulterated abilities as a musician — his first solo album  The Carnival  was a project equal to (if not greater than) his greatest successes with The Fugees. From there, his focus shifted to discovering and producing stars, stretching all genres in his solo mission, and philanthropic work for his homeland of Haiti. Read more:
  6. Watch Wyclef Jean’s Tiny Desk Concert

    Mon, Nov 6, 2017 at 2:00 PM
    Wyclef Jean dropped by the NPR offices for the latest in their long-running Tiny Desk series. Jean played three songs, including "Borrowed Time" and "Turn Me Good" from his 2017 album  Carnival III: The Fall and Rise of a Refugee . The performance ended with a run through his "Gone Till November," originally a hit in 1997. Watch the performance above. Watch now:
  7. NPR's Tiny Desk series is one of the most unadulteratedly good things on the internet—free of cynicism, it's just great musicians playing special versions of their own music, with the small physical space forcing them to take it back to basics. It's the best. Read more:
  8. Sometimes NPR’s Tiny Desk Concerts fly by, but Wyclef Jean took his sweet time and was all the better for it. The former Fugee stretched out his three-song set to 25 minutes, weaving in anecdotes about defying his preacher father, ’90s encounters with Whitney Houston and Destiny’s Child, and recruiting Bob Dylan for a video shoot. Read more:  
  9. Following The Roots’ appearance on NPR’s “Tiny Desk” last week, another genre-bending Hip-Hop veteran hits the Washington, D.C. platform. Wyclef Jean, joined by his band and latest protégé vocalist Jazzy Amra, perform. The three-song jam session concert comes on the heels of  Carnival III: The Rise and Fall of A Refugee . While ‘Clef plays two of his most captivating new songs, he closed with a timely, electrified rendition of the 20-year-old hit “Gone Till November.” Read More:
  10. Wyclef Jean is the latest musician to stop by NPR's offices to perform for their Tiny Desk Concert series, and he comes equipped with his band, as well as his signature guitar for the top notch set. Performing three songs from his  Carnival  album series, Jean laces up the offices with his vocals, mixed with his famous rapping abilities. Read more: