Wyclef Jean Talks Early Fugees Days, Memorable Times With Wu-Tang, His New EP J’ouvert & More with The Breakfast Club

– His new EP J’ourvet and the meaning behind the annual celebration in Brooklyn

– Playing guitar at Big Pun‘s funeral

– Still putting out music in his own way without adapting to what the kids are doing

– Old Fugees days and stories behind some iconic sessions

– Why Lauryn Hill is a legend and what she brought to the Fugees

– Early concerts with Wu-Tang and almost getting into fights

– Recording with the elusive Ol’ Dirty Bastard

– Being a producer and why artists like Mary J. Blige, Destiny’s Child and Shakira trusted him behind the wheel

– Introducing his new artist Allyson Casado

– Lauryn Hill recording Killin’ Me Softly

– working with City High

– how Fu-Gee-La was originally a beat for Fat Joe

– His expansion into film
Watch the interview below…