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  1. Art Basel Parties Take Over Miami

    Wed, Dec 6, 2017 at 6:00 PM
    Across the bay, Prada was holding court in downtown Miami, where the German artist Carsten Höller had transformed a 1920s film studio complex into a temporary nightclub called “the Prada Double Club Miami.” Guests wandered between two contrasting areas, a room painted in Op Art black and white, with a rotating dance floor, and an outdoor area designed as a garish tropical spectacle with colored strobes and neon-illuminated palm trees. At around 1 a.m., Wyclef Jean appeared on stage playing amped-up hits to the pleasure of the V.I.P. area, where Miuccia Prada was packed in with Ricky Martin, Diplo, Rita Ora and Wendi Deng. Toward the back stood the artist Chloe Wise, in Prada silk pajamas, with the model Ruby Aldridge. Ms. Wise was exhibiting work for the first time at the fair, and had just turned 27 an hour before. Read more:
  2. Haitian musician Wyclef Jean took the neon-lit outdoor stage near 12:30 a.m. for an extended set, providing a musical backdrop for Höller to show off his enthusiastic dance moves. The artist broke into an enthused boogie, his hands in the air as “Super Freak” came on and, at one point, lifted his shirt for dollar bills to be tucked into his waistband. Read more:
  3. Rak-Su crowned X Factor champions 2017

    Mon, Dec 4, 2017 at 6:00 PM
    Mentored by Simon Cowell, the four best friends have now secured a coveted record deal with Syco and their debut single,  Dimelo , features hitmakers Wyclef Jean and Naughty Boy. Read more: rte .ie
  4. Last September, Wyclef Jean released his new album  Carnival III: The Fall and Rise of a Refugee,  which served as the third installment from his revered Carnival series. The 48-year-old plowed his way to another sizzling release, courtesy of his multi-faceted abilities on both the mic and guitar. Three months later, The Fugees star returns with a new mixtape titled  Wyclef Jean Inspired By , which aims to win the ears of young and ravenous MCs in today’s rap circles. While many artists from the ’90s are despondent to today’s quality of music, Clef has gleefully embraced the changes with open arms, so much so that he briskly whipped up a project in hopes of testing his musical genius. Read more:
  5. Wyclef Jean is the latest artist to join Live Nation Urban and TCG Entertainment's concert series, A Night of Symphonic Hip-Hop, which will feature the rapper hitting up multiple cities across the U.S. The performance series with  The Carnival  musician will kick off on Jan. 19, 2018, in Omaha, Neb., where he will join the Omaha Symphony onstage.  Read more:
  6. For their celebrity duet, the four-party group brought legendary rapper Wyclef Jean onstage to perform their hit Dimelo, as well as fellow Watford rapper Naughty Boy. Read more:
  7. Last September, Wyclef Jean released his new album  Carnival III: The Fall and Rise of a Refugee,  which served as the third installment from his revered  Carnival  series. The 48-year-old plowed his way to another sizzling release, courtesy of his multi-faceted abilities on both the mic and guitar. Three months later, The Fugees star returns with a new mixtape titled  Wyclef Jean   Inspired By , which aims to win the ears of young and ravenous MCs in today's rap circles. Read more:
  8. The former Fugees member has delivered another notable tape following his September release of  Carnival III.  Right off the top, we hear DJ Khaled on the project assisting Wyclef for another mix on Santana's "Maria Maria." Read more:
  9. Three months after dropping  Carnival III: The Fall and Rise of a Refugee , Wyclef Jean is back with a new mixtape called  Wyclef Inspired By , which he says is for the culture. The collection features the veteran Refugee All-Star member flipping songs by your favorite artists. For example, ‘Clef flips Kendrick Lamar’s “DNA” into a guitar-charging anthem and turns Drake's dancehall-inspired tune "Controlla" into a rock ballad. Read more:
  10. The 91st annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade made its way through two and a half miles of Manhattan, from Central Park West to Herald Square, on Thursday (9/22) morning. The annual tradition unfolded under tight security following the bike lane truck attack less than a month ago, on Halloween, but the crowds were as big as ever to watch balloons, marching bands, floats, and musical performers like The Roots, Wyclef Jean, Andra Day, Common, Patti LaBelle, and Smokey Robinson.  Read more: