1. Dre Island and Wyclef Jean come together for powerful single “Justice”
    "Justice" finds Dre in collaboration with musical legend Wyclef Jean, crying out to those continuously affected by police violence and general disenfranchisement — in the Caribbean, the U.S., and beyond. Though the song will be featured on the deluxe version of Now I Rise, it was actually Wyclef who reached out to Dre to come together. Read more:
  2. 300 Entertainment & 300 Creates announce Club Stay the F*%$ Home 24 Hour Edition
    300 Entertainment is excited to announce Club Stay the F*%$ Home 24 Hour Edition, presented by 300 Creates. 300 Entertainment is teaming up with 25 DJs across the globe to provide a live  DJ  session lasting 24 hours from 12 pm ET on Sunday May 24th – 12 pm ET on Monday May 25th. Notable acts include Wyclef Jean,  Dj  Spin King, Quick Silva, Walshy Fire,  DJ  Pup Dawg, and  DJ  Kelly G. Each  DJ  slot is one hour and created to reflect timezones all over the world including America, Japan, London, Spain, France, Puerto Rico, Nigeria, Ghana, and more. Source:
  3. President Obama Headlines Virtual HBCU Commencement Celebration
    JaQuana Williams, an English and public relations major at Mississippi Valley State University, said that the star-studded event — hosted by comedian Kevin Hart and featuring appearances by rapper and actor Common, singer Wyclef Jean and actress and choreographer Debbie Allen — brought needed attention to the nation’s storied HBCUs which have struggled in the wake of the coronavirus. Source:
  4. Here's Everything You Missed From The Official #ShowMeYourWalk Virtual HBCU Graduation Ceremony
    Anthony Hamilton, Wyclef Jean, Rapsody and Gary Clark Jr. showed their love and appreciation for the graduates through heartfelt virtual performances, while Doug E. Fresh hosted a quick “battle of the beats” that put his legendary beat boxing skills to the test against talented drummer Daz from Florida-based HBCU Bethune-Cookman University. Source:
  5. ‘MTV Unplugged At Home’ Announces Performer Line-Up Including Shaggy, Alessia Cara, Melissa Etheridge – Update
    UPDATE, April 3 MTV today announced its first line-up of musicians for  MTV Unplugged  at Home: Shaggy, Alessia Cara, Jewel, Melissa Etheridge, Monsta X, Bazzi, CNCO and FINNEAS will perform from the comfort of their homes. Beginning today with Alessia Cara at 12 noon ET/9 a.m. PT, and continuing regularly, performances will be available to stream on MTV YouTube, Instagram and Twitter, with additional artists to be announced at a later date. These acts follow Grammy award-winner and platinum superstar  Wyclef Jean , English singer-songwriter sensation Yungblud, and multi-platinum pop/R&B recording artist JoJo. Source:
  6. Triller "Co-Trilla Quarantine Sessions" Assembles More Than 100 All-Star Music Artists to Benefit COVID-19 Relief
    Three-day festival hosted by Jay Pharoah featuring Migos, Marshmello, Pitbull, Wyclef Jean, Snoop Dogg, Ally Brooke, King Combs, and more Triller , the AI-powered music video "social streaming" platform, presents “Co-Trilla Quarantine Sessions,” an epic three-day music festival April 10-12, 2020 to benefit COVID-19 relief efforts. Produced by Propagate along with Proxima Media’s Daniel Herther, the curated festival content will stream on  Triller’s YouTube channel . Jay Pharoah, noted actor, stand-up comedian, impressionist, rapper, and voice actor, will host the event in collaboration with five-time Emmy nominated writer and creator Chris Case. With concert tours and major music festivals cancelled or postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Co-Trilla Quarantine Sessions offers Triller’s 85 million global users a safe digital platform to listen to music, socialize and flatten the curve together. Source:
  7. Wyclef Jean Performs On Inaugural Episode Of ‘Unplugged At Home’
    MTV made the move to change “Unplugged” to “Unplugged at Home” during the coronavirus pandemic and there was no one better than Wyclef Jean to kick off the new rendition. Wyclef performed the inaugural 10 minute set with “If I Was President”, “Gone Til November” and his Shakira collab “Hips Don’t Lie”. MTV has launched the #AloneTogether campaign which “Unplugged at Home” is a part of. The social media initiative encourages youth to practice social distancing in the hope of “flattening the curve” of the coronavirus outbreak. A number of other artists for the show will be announced over the coming weeks. source:
  8. Watch Wyclef Jean Perform Acoustic Set on MTV’s Debut ‘Unplugged at Home’
    In this time of self-isolation and social distancing,  MTV  has rebranded its  Unplugged  program as  Unplugged at Home , an online series featuring artists performing acoustic sets from their own houses.  Wyclef Jean  delivered the series’ inaugural set Friday, with other artists to be announced in the coming weeks. Wyclef opened his 10-minute set with “If I Was President,” prefacing the song with an anecdote about how he improvised the track’s debut performance on  Chappelle’s Show  in 2004. Sitting in front of his massive fishtank, the former Fugees singer also played his “Gone Til November” and Shakira collaboration “Hips Don’t Lie.” Unplugged at Home  is part of MTV’s #AloneTogether campaign, a social media initiative encouraging young people to practice social distancing in the hope of “flattening the curve” of the coronavirus outbreak. Read more:
  9. MTV Debuts 'Unplugged at Home' With Acoustic Sets to Enjoy While Housebound
    Friday saw the launch of this special edition of the 'MTV Unplugged' franchise, made famous in the '90s by Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain. In an effort to connect musicians with their fans and encourage self-quarantining during the coronavirus outbreak, Friday saw the launch of a special edition of the iconic  MTV Unplugged  series. The program aired regularly in the 1990s, featuring artists such as Elton John, Aerosmith, Paul McCartney and Bruce Springsteen. It was made famous by Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain, who appeared on the show with his band about five months before his death in '93. MTV Unplugged at Home  offers stripped-down acoustic sets from musicians who are remaining indoors due to the global pandemic that currently demands all Californians — as well as those in many other places — to be largely housebound except for essential outdoor activities. Read more:
  10. ‘MTV Unplugged’ Debuts A Special Edition Featuring Stars At Home, Starting With Wyclef Jean
    MTV Unplugged  is connecting with musicians who are quarantined to bring forth a series of at-home performances. The series is available on MTV YouTube, Instagram and Twitter starting today. Already on tap is a mini-concert in the  MTV Unplugged at Home  series features Grammy winner and platinum selling artist  Wyclef Jean . Other artists are expected to be announced soon. The series, as the broadcast series did, will feature stripped-down acoustic sets from artists performing their greatest hits. The launch coincides with MTV’s #AloneTogether campaign, a global social media initiative that educates young people on the importance of social distancing in order to flatten the curve of the coronavirus pandemic. Source: