1. Fall Out Boy performs new single, "Dear Future Self (Hands Up)," with Wyclef Jean, on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!'
    Green Day , Weezer and Fall Out Boy are hitting the road together on their  Hella Mega Tour  in 2020, and to mark the event, all three bands are Jimmy Kimmel 's musical guests on ABC's   Jimmy Kimmel Live!  this week. Wednesday, Fall Out Boy took the stage with Wyclef Jean for the TV debut of "Dear Future Self (Hands Up)," a new song off their greatest hits collection,  Believes Never Die -- Volume Two  , arriving November 15. Read more:
  2. Fall Out Boy & Wyclef Jean Release New Song Today
    Wyclef Jean, on the heals of performing the finale at the 2019 MTV VMA's with Fetty Wap,  Queen Latifah  and more, is featured on multi-platinum selling, Grammy-nominated Fall Out Boy's new single "Dear Future Self (Hands Up)," out today. The track appears on Fall Out Boy's forthcoming record  Greatest Hits:  Believers  Never Die -  Volume  Two, out  November  15 via Island Records.  Fall Out Boy  and Wycelf will perform the song on  Jimmy Kimmel Live!  tomorrow night. Read more:
  3. Fall Out Boy Announces Greatest Hits Album, Shares Track With Wyclef Jean
    Fall Out Boy is gearing up to release its second Greatest Hits collection, Greatest Hits: Believers Never Die Volume Two, and to celebrate the band shared a brand new song called "Dear Future Self (Hands Up)" featuring Wyclef Jean. The new tune will be featured on the upcoming album. "I think we've always been big fans of Fugees and Wyclef," Pete Wentz said in a recent interview. "He's got an incredible sense of melody that's kind of out there. It's like you can tell it's a mix from all over kind of the globe, which is cool, and super inspired by seeing my kids and that they just listen to song, to song, to song, to song and it's going from Queen to Lil Uzi to you know..." Read more:
    Fall Out Boy  have released their first new music since their 2018 EP 'Lake Effect Kid', and it features rapper  Wyclef Jean . New single 'Dear Future Self (Hands Up)' is accompanied by the announcement that Fall Out Boy are set to release a 'Best Of' album - 'Greatest Hits: Believers Never Die - Volume Two' on November 15.  Read more:
  5. Wyclef Jean Fails To Impress Daughter At VMAs, Talks Jersey Hip-Hop Performance (Exclusive)
    The Fugees founder talks about closing out the VMAs with Queen Latifah, Fetty Wap, Redman and Naughty by Nature! Wyclef Jean says it’s the “coolest thing” to take his daughter to the 2019 MTV VMAs — even if she may not realize how famous her dad really is. While speaking with TooFab on the red carpet, the hip-hop and R&B legend shared his excitement over bringing 14-year-old daughter, Angelina, to her very first MTV Video Music Awards. Read more:
  6. Queen Latifah, Naughty By Nature, Redman, Fetty Wap, & Wyclef Jean Perform Medley At VMAs
    The east coast was the center of attention on the 2019 MTV Video Music Awards stage as five big-name artists performed snippets of their chart-topping songs. All except one are veterans in hip hop: Naughty By Nature, Queen Latifah, Wyclef Jean, Redman, and Fetty Wap. The network wanted to give New Jersey a moment to shine at the VMAs, and they did just that with their medley. Read more:
  7. We Asked N.J. Celebs About Taylor Ham, ‘Central Jersey’ And What It Means To Have The VMAs In Newark
    The MTV Video Music Awards put the spotlight on New Jersey this year, hosting the annual awards show in Newark for the first time ever. (Eat your heart out, everywhere else!). Some of the Garden State’s most well-known stars spread Jersey love while chatting with reporters and strutting their best outfits on the red carpet. Read more:
  8. Fetty Wap, Wyclef Jean, Queen Latifah & More Jersey Natives Shut Down 2019 MTV VMAs: Watch
    On a night when New Jersey earned more shout-outs than  Taylor Swift  dance cut-away shots at Monday's (Aug. 26) 2019 MTV VMAs, the show closed down an atypically sedate night of performances and awards with an energetic, all-star tribute to the Garden State's native hip-hop legends. Read more:
  9. Young Thug’s 10 Best Pop Guest Features, Ranked
    10. Wyclef Jean ft. Young Thug, “I Swear” (2016) Sparkling as bright as the aquamarine waters of the South Pacific, “I Swear” sounds like it belongs in a Royal Caribbean commercial—only with Wyclef’s crooning and Thugger’s warbling in place of your standard voiceover. Backed by surfy synth splashes, the ATL rapper’s voice feels like sunshine on the skin and sounds like waves crashing on the beach. It’s a forgotten gem in the Pop Thugger canon, and more importantly, proof positive that a half-assed Young Thug feature is more entertaining than most rappers’ best guest spots. Source:
  10. Wyclef Affirms Legacy, Talks Career Ahead Of House By Heineken Performance
    San Francisco was blanketed with waves of concertgoers this past weekend to take in the latest edition of the  Outside Lands Festival . Headlined by Twenty One Pilots, Childish Gambino, and Paul Simon, the eclectic gathering of musical minds gave way to a special pop-up performance from  Wyclef Jean of The Fugees fame, and we were fortunate to speak to the multi-talented artist ahead of his House by Heineken set. Read more:  HipHopWired