1. Wyclef Jean was a stage-diving party machine at his marathon N.J. festival concert: review
    Near the finish to his marathon set at  The Stone Pony  Saturday night — an electrifying performance that, like many Springsteen gigs once held at the club, felt like it might outlast the city-appointed curfew —  Wyclef Jean  had established a call-and-response with his audience. Read more:
  2. Wyclef Jean and MC Flow set to blaze at BAYKED by the Bay festival at San Diego's Embarcadero
    In 2010, former Fugees member Wyclef Jean launched a failed campaign to become president of his native Haiti. In 2014, he joined Shakira, former Tijuana guitarist Carlos Santana and others to perform at the closing ceremony of the World Cup in Brazil. On Friday, Jean will headline San Diego’s BAYKED by the Bay, a music and food festival celebrating the legalization of marijuana in California. Read more:
  3. Our Top Five Picks for Soul’d Out Music Festival
    It’d be cool to hear Wyclef perform just one verse from any of the classics from the Fugees era... and let’s be honest, he kind of has to, right? Either way, there are still enough boppable gems from his solo career to get excited about seeing the legend live.  Read more:
  4. What’s going on Thursday?

    Thu, Apr 19, 2018 at 8:00 AM
    What’s going on Thursday?
    Wyclef Jean @ The Capitol Theatre Former Fugee and long-running solo artist Wyclef Jean has been in the midst of a comeback lately, and he continues that with this NYC-area show tonight. Read more:
  5. Naughty Boy debuts “All Or Nothing” with Ray BLK and Wyclef
    British producer  Naughty Boy  is a dab hand at putting together a pop hit. He worked with  Beyoncé  in 2015 on  "Runnin' (Lose It All),"  while he was also one of the first producers to collaborate with  Sam Smith . For his latest track he has hooked up with rising U.K. R&B singer  Ray BLK , as well as  Wyclef Jean  for a reggae-inspired summer jam. Read more:
  6. Wyclef Jean: Jersey legend connects with Asbury Park youth before APMFF show
    Wyclef Jean is turning the kids of Asbury Park into warriors. The Grammy-winning New Jersey Hall of Fame member plays the legendary Stone Pony in Asbury Park on Saturday, April 28, as part of this year's Asbury Park Music and Film Festival.  In advance of that hotly-anticipated performance the Haitian-born, Newark-raised Jean spent some time delivering music industry wisdom to  local youth working with the Asbury Park Music Foundation , visiting with students at the Lakehouse Music Academy on Lake Avenue in February. Read more:
  7. Grammy Award-winning musician Wyclef Jean: “Chicago is like playing home for me”
    Acclaimed rapper, musician, educator and actor Wyclef Jean joins Justin once again to talk about his tremendous career, the memories he has of playing in Chicago, the music that influenced him while he was growing up, what makes a song ready for a “Carnival” record, his “Back to School” project, why he is interested in cultivating young artists and his show this weekend at Metro. Listen now:
  8. Haiti (and Little Haiti) are the real stars of Jason Derulo’s World Cup video
    Shot partially at  The Citadelle Laferriére , a regal mountaintop fortress located in Nord,  in the northern part of the country , the video brings people from around the world to celebrate their respective flags and nationalities. Wyclef Jean, also of Haitian descent, represents his “colors” in a cameo, playing a guitar. Read more:
  9. NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert is a rabbit-hole for music lovers
    One of my favourite gigs from the archive is Wyclef Jean’s performance from last November. The Haitian rapper, formerly with the Fugees, is a showman par excellence and the three-song performance he gave at the Tiny Desk is epic—to be seen to be believed. Read more:
  10. Asbury Park Music Foundation: teaching kids to be stars for life
    The foundation has allowed area youth to work alongside music legends. Newark-raised Grammy winner and New Jersey Hall of Fame member Wyclef Jean, a prolific producer and artist since his breakthrough as part of the Fugees more than 20 years ago, recently worked with foundation students at Lakehouse. Read more: