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The Globe and Mail
Meet Kaytranada: The new face of Canada’s changing, diversifying music sceneof music videos from TV stations around the world. Rap entered his life. “Ther
Meet Kaytranada: The new face of Canada’s changing, diversifying music scene
The Globe and Mail / Posted 4 days ago
of music videos from TV stations around the world. Rap entered his life. “There was Lil’ Kim videos, Puff Daddy, D’Angelo, Fugees – the holy grail of hip hop,” Celestin says. He was smitten, and began rapping in English with his younger brother,... Read more
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Billboard
The Dungeon Family Discusses ONE Musicfest Reunion, Favorite Memories & Future Plansback on and it just came out, and the rest is history. Big Gipp: [Our first Go
The Dungeon Family Discusses ONE Musicfest Reunion, Favorite Memories & Future Plans
Billboard / Posted 7 days ago
back on and it just came out, and the rest is history. Big Gipp: [Our first Goodie Mob tour] was with The Roots and The Fugees. It was [The Fugees'] first album and to see [Lauryn Hill], man, she was so raw and straight out the block. You... Read more
7d
Billboard
Hip-Hop's 10 Best Reunionshad the talent to concoct such a badass reunion? Somehow, Chappelle managed to
Hip-Hop's 10 Best Reunions
Billboard / Posted 7 days ago
had the talent to concoct such a badass reunion? Somehow, Chappelle managed to reunite all of the original members of the Fugees (Pras, Wyclef Jean and Lauryn Hill) for a performance that was captured on film for the documentary Dave Chappelle’s... Read more
7d
Billboard
A3C Festival & Conference Unveils Lineup, Executive Director Mike Walbert Talks 1996 Throwback Stagestage. But then they even said they’re even conferencing for audio. Jerry Wonda
A3C Festival & Conference Unveils Lineup, Executive Director Mike Walbert Talks 1996 Throwback Stage
Billboard / Posted 7 days ago
stage. But then they even said they’re even conferencing for audio. Jerry Wonda is coming in to talk about producing [The Fugees'] The Score, one of the most significant hip-hop albums of all time and he was a significant production figure behind... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
25 biggest, best upcoming events in Phoenixazcentralfoodandwine.com. Lauryn Hill brings her tour to Comerica Theatre on S
25 biggest, best upcoming events in Phoenix
The Arizona Republic / Posted 11 days ago
azcentralfoodandwine.com. Lauryn Hill brings her tour to Comerica Theatre on Sunday, Nov. 13. Hill launched her post-Fugees solo career in 1998 with “The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill,” an eight-times platinum debut on which her reputation may... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
Fall 2016 concert guide for Phoenix: Adele, Black Sabbath, Luke Bryan, Blink-182, Mumford & Sons, DisturbedSandoval11/13: Lauryn Hill Lauryn Hill brings her tour to Comerica Theatre on
Fall 2016 concert guide for Phoenix: Adele, Black Sabbath, Luke Bryan, Blink-182, Mumford & Sons, Disturbed
The Arizona Republic / Posted 12 days ago
Sandoval11/13: Lauryn Hill Lauryn Hill brings her tour to Comerica Theatre on Sunday, Nov. 13. Hill launched her post-Fugees solo career in 1998 with “The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill,” an eight-times platinum debut on which her reputation may... Read more
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NJ.com
Newark rapper Rah Digga hurls Twitter barb at Nicki Minajis Rah Digga? Outsidaz Nottz Flipmode The Fugees Bahamadia Talib Kweli Koop G R
Newark rapper Rah Digga hurls Twitter barb at Nicki Minaj
NJ.com / Posted 12 days ago
is Rah Digga? Outsidaz Nottz Flipmode The Fugees Bahamadia Talib Kweli Koop G Rap Masta Ace / RZA and more... Read more
13d
AllAfrica.com
Q&A With South African Women Rappersrapper' and see if he humours me with a solid answer. Yugen Blakrok says her h
Q&A With South African Women Rappers
AllAfrica.com / Posted 13 days ago
rapper' and see if he humours me with a solid answer. Yugen Blakrok says her hip hop influences include Wu-Tang Clan, The Fugees, Lauren Hill, Nas and Organized Konfushion. What keeps you motivated or inspired? Yugen Blakrok: My people at... Read more
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FSView
Jazz fusion group TrueFeel swoons GrasslandsMaroon 5’s, “Sunday Morning”, along with other soulful pop classics like “Killi
Jazz fusion group TrueFeel swoons Grasslands
FSView / Posted 16 days ago
Maroon 5’s, “Sunday Morning”, along with other soulful pop classics like “Killing Me Softly” which was popularized by The Fugees. “We’re a mash-up of things so I think in that way we appeal to a bigger audience,” said Hurley. “By making pop songs... Read more
18d
Boston Herald
Fall brings the best concertsand you’re still allowed to throw underwear. At the Orpheum, Sept. 23. Tickets:
Fall brings the best concerts
Boston Herald / Posted 18 days ago
and you’re still allowed to throw underwear. At the Orpheum, Sept. 23. Tickets: $43.50-$53.50.Lauryn Hill: The former Fugees member has carved out one of the more eccentric careers in pop and hip-hop, going 16 years (and counting) without a... Read more
18d
USA Today
Playlist: What's Bastille listening to?different they are from each other. That was a big influence on this new album
Playlist: What's Bastille listening to?
USA Today / Posted 18 days ago
different they are from each other. That was a big influence on this new album of ours. Killing Me Softly with His Song, Fugees I remember my sister playing this song on repeat when I was younger. The production is amazing in its simplicity and... Read more
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Royal Oak Daily Tribune
Lauryn Hill plays it big, to a fault, at the Fillmore Detroit-- Ms. Lauryn Hill has some high expectations to live up to on those rare occas
Lauryn Hill plays it big, to a fault, at the Fillmore Detroit
Royal Oak Daily Tribune / Posted 24 days ago
-- Ms. Lauryn Hill has some high expectations to live up to on those rare occasions when she performs. Her band the Fugees� 1996 album �The Score� came along at a time of disjunction in hip-hop: The halcyon days of early 90s jazz-rap meld... Read more
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Pitchfork
The Roots: Things Fall Apart Album Reviewwhat they were selling. While the Roots thought of themselves as the anti-estab
The Roots: Things Fall Apart Album Review
Pitchfork / Posted 30 days ago
what they were selling. While the Roots thought of themselves as the anti-establishment alongside acts like OutKast and the Fugees, those groups sold millions of records when the Roots were struggling to go gold. By 1997, before the sessions for... Read more

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