Wyclef Jean needs no introduction. As part of the Fugees — along with cousin Pras and the incomparable Lauryn Hill — Jean was able to fashion a new take on the evolving genre that is hip-hop, irrevocably changing it in the process. Everyone knows the genre-bending The Score, and if they don’t (?!?), they can feel its impact in the way the modern rap sound is fearless in incorporating singing, rapping and disparate musical influences.
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