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Welcome To Haiti Creole 101

by Wyclef Jean

Welcome To Haiti Creole 101 by Wyclef Jean

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Welcome To Haiti Creole 101

by Wyclef Jean

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Label: eOne Music
For Welcome to Haiti, Wyclef explores his musical ancestry and surprisingly delivers his most aesthetically diverse and addictively pop work to date. The Spanish spoken "Generation X" is misty Caribbean angst, while "Bicentennial" conflates salsa, hip-hop and Toni Basil. The "President" is the odd hip-hop polemic that is intellectually honest and deeply personal. Haiti is another celebratory, sad and satisfying masterpiece from one of hip-hop's most underappreciated figures. Only Wyclef could've done this.

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For Welcome to Haiti, Wyclef explores his musical ancestry and surprisingly delivers his most aesthetically diverse and addictively pop work to date. The Spanish spoken "Generation X" is misty Caribbean angst, while "Bicentennial" conflates salsa, hip-hop and Toni Basil. The "President" is the odd hip-hop polemic that is intellectually honest and deeply personal. Haiti is another celebratory, sad and satisfying masterpiece from one of hip-hop's most underappreciated figures. Only Wyclef could've done this.

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About This Album

For Welcome to Haiti, Wyclef explores his musical ancestry and surprisingly delivers his most aesthetically diverse and addictively pop work to date. The Spanish spoken "Generation X" is misty Caribbean angst, while "Bicentennial" conflates salsa, hip-hop and Toni Basil. The "President" is the odd hip-hop polemic that is intellectually honest and deeply personal. Haiti is another celebratory, sad and satisfying masterpiece from one of hip-hop's most underappreciated figures. Only Wyclef could've done this.