The Fugees reunion
at Dave Chappelle’s block party in Brooklyn, New York raised fans hopes
that a third album from the group was on the horizon.
If there was any
remaining tension between Wyclef and group members Lauryn Hill and Pras, it
wasn’t evident on the stage.
are like a high school band and once he put us on the stage it’s like
putting the whole team out there,” Wyclef told AllHipHop.com. “We
had a great time and there are going to be many more fun times.”
Wyclef, who just
returned from Gonaives, Haiti helping victims of the recent flooding that occurred
after hurricane Jeanne, said The Fugees actually never retired or broke up.
Despite a nasty
feud with group member Pras that included several dis records, Clef said nothing
was ever officially announced.
didn’t come form us, they came from the press,” Wyclef continued.
“I think in time, when the energy is good and everything is right, we
are going to give the people what they’ve waiting for.”
latest single is the politically charged “President,” taken from
his latest album, Sake Pase Presents: Welcome To Haiti Creole 101.
The album celebrates Haiti’s 200th years of independence and is in stores