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Wyclef Jean From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Wyclef Jean Wyclef Jean performing at a UNAIDS concert. Background information Birth name Wyclef Neluset Jean Also known as Wyclef Born October 17, 1972 (1972-10-17) (age 36) Croix-des-Bouquets, Haiti Origin Newark, New Jersey, United States Genre(s) Hip hop, reggae, compas, R&B, folk Occupation(s) Musician, singer-songwriter, producer, actor Instrument(s) Vocals, guitar, piano, drums Years active 1987–present Label(s) Ruffhouse, Columbia, J, Koch Associated acts Fugees, Akon Website www.wyclef.com Wyclef Neluset Jean (born October 17, 1972) is a multi-platinum Haitian-American musician, actor, producer and former-member of the hip hop trio The Fugees. Wyclef has sold more than 31 million albums throughout his career together with his album sales with The Fugees. Contents [hide] 1 Biography 1.1 Personal Life & Marriage and children 2 Yéle Haiti 3 Together for Haiti 4 Musical career 5 Humanitarian efforts 6 House foreclosure 7 Television and film 8 Discography 9 References 10 External links  Biography A native of Haiti, Wyclef Jean became a sworn Rasta at a young age as he often mentions in various tracks. Wyclef is the son of a Nazarene pastor. Wyclef briefly attended Eastern Nazarene College. Wyclef moved with his family to Brooklyn, New York, when he was nine before they moved again to northern New Jersey. Jean has been a resident of Saddle River, New Jersey and South Orange, New Jersey.
 Personal Life & Marriage and children In 1994, he married Haitian-American fashion designer Marie Claudinette Pierre-Jean. The couple has one daughter, Angelina Claudelle, whom they adopted in the United States in March 2005 when the girl was three days old. She is half Haitian and half Guyanese.  Yéle Haiti In 2005, Jean established the Yéle Haiti Foundation. In its first year of operation, the foundation, with funding by Comcel, provided scholarships to 3,600 children in Gonaives, Haiti, after the devastation by Hurricane Jeanne. In its second year of operation, it is almost doubling the amount of the scholarships and spreading them throughout Haiti, providing tuition in 5 regions. The foundation aims to provide 6,800 scholarships to children in Port-au-Prince, Gonaives, Les Cayes, Port-de-Paix, and Cap-Haitien.  Together for Haiti Created in response to the current food shortages and rioting in Haiti, Together for Haiti is a partnership between Yéle Haiti, the United Nations World Food Programme, and the Pan American Development Foundation (PADF). Both a fundraising and awareness campaign, its mission is to provide much needed resources for three crucial programs in Haiti: Targeted Food Distribution - Expand WFP's existing food assistance program for children under five and pregnant women, continue existing school meal programs through summer vacation, and organize voucher-based food distribution of dry food to the neediest families. Immediate Employment Creation - Create Labor-intensive employment opportunities that will support of expanding agricultural production, with wages in cash and food. Micro-enterprise Grants - Small grants and training for small-scale egg production, vegetable gardens, grain milling, bread production and other related activities. The partnership was publicly launched on May 20, 2008 at a press event hosted by Wyclef Jean in New York City.  Musical career The Fugees
signed to Ruffhouse Records, which released the group's debut album, Blunted on Reality. It sold poorly, but follow-up album The Score sold over 18 million copies worldwide. Jean announced plans to begin a solo career with 1997's Wyclef Jean Presents the Carnival Featuring the Refugee All-Stars (generally called The Carnival). The album's guests included Hill and Pras along with Jean's siblings Melky Sedeck and Farel Sedeck Guerschom Jean, the I Threes (back-up vocals for Bob Marley), The Neville Brothers and Celia Cruz. The album was a hit, as were two singles: "We Trying to Stay Alive" (adapted from The Bee Gees' "Stayin' Alive") and "Gone Till November" (recorded with the New York Philharmonic Orchestra). The Fugees remained in limbo during this time, with the follow-up to The Score being continually postponed as all three members cultivated solo careers. At the concert Woodstock 1999, Jean paid homage to 1969 Woodstock performer Jimi Hendrix by setting fire to his guitar after playing "The Star Spangled Banner", and burnt his fingers while doing so. Jean's second solo album, released in 2000, was The Ecleftic: 2 Sides II a Book. This was recorded with guests including Youssou N'Dour, Earth, Wind & Fire, Kenny Rogers, The Rock and Mary J. Blige. With Blige he released "911" as a single. He was nominated for Best Hip-Hop Act at the 2000 MTV Europe Music Awards. Jean's third album, Masquerade, was released in 2002. His fourth album, The Preacher's Son, was released in November 2003 as the follow-up to his first solo album, the Carnival In 2004, he released his fifth album, entitled Sak Pasé Presents: Welcome to Haïti (Creole 101) (released in the United States by Koch Records). Most of its songs are in his native language of Haitian Creole like "Fanm Kreyol" with the French Caribbean Admiral T. He also covered Creedence Clearwater Revival's song "Fortunate Son" for the soundtrack of the 2004 film remake of The Manchurian Candidate and wrote the song Million Voices for the film Hotel Rwanda. Jean also produced and wrote songs for the soundtrack to Jonathan Demme's 2003 documentary The Agronomist, about the Haitian activist and radio personality Jean Dominique. With Jerry 'Wonder' Duplessis, Jean also composed the score of the documentary Ghosts of Cité Soleil, in which he appears onscreen speaking by telephone in 2004 to a "chimere" gang-leader and aspiring rapper, Winston "2Pac" Jean. During a period between 2004 and 2006 and fueled by a reunion performance in Dave Chappelle's Block Party, it appeared that the Fugees were on track to record a new album, however Fugees member Pras claims to Billboard "To put it nicely, it's dead." He says the root of this animosity is the third member of the group, Lauryn Hill, saying to Billboard, "Me and Clef, we on the same page, but Lauryn Hill is in her zone, and I'm fed up with that shit. Here she is, blessed with a gift, with the opportunity to rock and give and she's running on some bulls**t? I'm a fan of Lauryn's but I can't respect that." Jean released an album in September 2007 that he recorded in Atlanta, Georgia with the help of T.I.. Recently, Wyclef released a new song called Sweetest Girl (Dollar Bill) featuring Lil' Wayne, Niia and Akon, which references the song C.R.E.A.M. by the Wu-Tang Clan. The album also features a single, "Fast Car" whose video was made with the assistance of video game Burnout Paradise. Wyclef dedicates much of his fame to renowned underground artist Iain Brooks, the most famous Scarberian (rapper/hip hop) artist whose lyrics changed the urban scene of Toronto and who helped in composing many of the Fugees' front-man famous choruses such as “Dolla, Dolla Bills y'all” and “Just cause she dance a go-go, don't mean she's a ho – no!”. Wyclef met Iain while on hiatus from the Fugees, just a street performer whose antiestablishment/submissive lyrics helped the hip hop mogul regain his focus on life and music.  Humanitarian efforts Jean has been active in his support of his native country and created the foundation Yéle Haiti  to provide humanitarian aid and assistance to Haiti. He describes Yéle as a non-political organization intended to empower the people of Haiti and the Haitian diaspora to rebuild their nation, saying, "The objective of Yéle Haiti is to restore pride and a reason to hope, and for the whole country to regain the deep spirit and strength that is part of our heritage".. Yele Haiti was created in October 2004 with Wyclef's cousin Jerry 'Wonder' Duplessis and humanitarian experts Sanjay Rawal and Natabara Rollosson. Projects were launched in January 2005. Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt were present for the first anniversary of the launch in 2006. In January 2007, Jean became a roving ambassador for Haiti, to help improve its image abroad. May 20, 2008 - Yéle Haiti partners with WFP (World Food Programme) the United Nations to launch www.togetherforhaiti.org September, 2008 Wyclef in conjunction with Yele Haiti Charity delivered food to Hurricane Ike victims in Haiti. Matt Damon provided assistance in the food lines serving food. Oct 23, 2008 Wyclef Jean performed on stage with Carlos Santana in San Francisco on behalf of Yéle Haiti, OneXOne, and WaterPartners International to raise funds for clean water, education, health, environment, and community development in the USA and in the developing world.  House foreclosure This article may need to be wikified to meet Wikipedia's quality standards. Please help by adding relevant internal links, or by improving the article's layout. (December 2008) Wyclef's waterfront mansion that was purchased through his corporation on Pine Tree Drive in Miami Beach, Florida is now owned by a bank as of November, 2008. Maria Shriver's brother, Anthony, lives next door. The property is valued at $1.4M. He took out a 2 million dollar mortgage to purchase and renovate the property but fell behind in payments. There is more than $100,000+ in construction and architectural liens associated with the property. The house was reported to be auctioned at the Miami-Dade Courthouse on December 12, 2008. Wyclef Jean’s corporation that he and a few friends setup several years ago then owed the bank $2.4 million. In January 2009 Wyclef mentioned in walk-by interview that the problems with their Miami-Dade property were due to a contractor sitting on the job for two years and that the court ordered sale did not take place and that he plans to sell the property later.  Television and film Lists of miscellaneous information should be avoided. Please relocate any relevant information into appropriate sections or articles. (October 2008) Jean at the 2008 Toronto International Film FestivalWas a musical guest star on Nickelodeon sketch comedy show All That during the 1990s. In 1997, toured "Carnival" album on MTV's "Live from the 10 Spot" at the Hammerstein Ballroom in Manhattan. Performed "Sweetest Girl" on Jimmy Kimmel Live. Performed "President" on the second season of Chappelle's Show. In 2001, he appeared in the made-for-television movie Carmen: A Hip Hopera alongside Beyonce and Mos Def, as a fortune teller. Performed on the 2003 Source Awards with DJ Khaled. Appeared for a second time on Chappelle's Show in a parody of Making the Band. Appeared on the The Apprentice (US Season 4) in 2005. Did a rap, "Rubble man", with the winning team, Excel, as their reward for winning task five. Also in 2005, he played gang leader Marcel Hollis who leads his group on an assault on the station house in the NBC television drama Third Watch. In 2004, Jean, Pras and Hill reunited as The Fugees for an event filmed and released in 2006 as Dave Chappelle's Block Party. He also starred in Virgin Mobile commercials as himself. In one commercial, a woman approaches him and tricks him into signing a contract which legally binds them in marriage. She drags him back to her trailer-park home where he is mistreated, forced to work and pleasure his wife. Eventually, he runs away and seeks police assistance, but is instead arrested for violating his contract and ultimately winds up in jail. Appeared in 2002 Jamaican gangster film Shottas, released in 2006. In 2005, he played the role of a Jamaican drug dealer in the movie Dirty. He narrated the movie Full Clip, starring Busta Rhymes, Xzibit, Prodigy of Mobb Deep, Spliff Star, and others. He has appeared and performed on the Source Awards with DJ Khaled, with Wyclef and his band and Khaled doing turntables. He appears in the documentary film Ghosts of Cité Soleil, released in limited theaters on June 27, 2007. In 2005, he appeared in the film One Last Thing.... His character is a cab driver named Emmett Ducasse. It is implied he is an angel due to being in the main character's "Heaven". Wyclef also has an original track that is the closing credits first song. The song is "Heaven's in New York". In December 2007, starred in the four-part MTV exclusive online short-film Americlef On April 26, 2008 he hosted the MTV Australia Awards He appeared on a remix of his own track "Bubblegoose" for Chef Aid: The South Park Album, where he sings alongside the main characters of the show. Created a music video at the University of San Francisco for the song "President" in February 2008. May 20, 2008: At the Gansevoort Hotel Wyclef Jean in partnership with the WFP and PADF launched TOGETHER FOR HAITI to address the hunger crisis in HAITI www.togetherforhaiti.org http://think.mtv.com/044FDFFFF009898BA00170098F67D/ members of the American and international television and print media were invited to cover the news UN envoy Jeffrey Sachs introduced Jean. Supermodel Petra Nemcova was on hand to support. A surprise appearance was made by Paul Simon. August 25, 2008: Wyclef Jean goes "On The Record" with Greta Van Susteren of FOX News discussing his life and career, political coverage, Obama, McCain, Bush and 9-11. January 11, 2009: Wyclef Jean is featured on 60 Minutes January 30, 2009: Wyclef Jean is featured on The Musical Brain on CTV.  Discography Main article: Wyclef Jean discography The Carnival (Columbia, 1997) The Ecleftic: 2 Sides II a Book (Columbia, 2000) Masquerade (Columbia, 2002) Greatest Hits (Columbia, 2003) The Preacher's Son (J, 2003) Welcome to Haiti: Creole 101 (Koch, 2004) Carnival Vol. II: Memoirs of an Immigrant (Columbia, 2007) To Sir With Love (Columbia, 2009)  References ^ Yéle.org: About us ^ Rolling Stone interview: "Wyclef Jean Q&A: How the Ex-Fugee Got His Groove Back" ^ Century, Douglas. "Alpine, N.J., Home of Hip-Hop Royalty", The New York Times, February 11, 2007. Accessed February 16, 2008. ^ Wycliffe Jean - Wycliffe Adopts Haitian Baby ^ Peisner, David (February 2007). "Rock Stars Who've Caught Fire Onstage!" (in English). Blender Magazine Online. http://www.blender.com/guide/articles.aspx?ID=2531&src=blender_ed. Retrieved on 2007-03-02. ^ BBC News (October 2, 2000): "MTV Europe Music Awards: The nominations" ^ Ghosts Of Cité Soleil - Casting Info (2005) ^ Film Journal International (June 27, 2007): Ghosts of Cité Soleil (review by Frank Lovece) ^ Yele.org ^ BBC News (4 January 2007): "Wyclef becomes Haiti 'ambassador'" ^ http://www.page2live.com/2008/11/20/foreclosure-hits-music-star-wyclef-jean/ ^ http://blogs.miaminewtimes.com/riptide/2008/11/wyclef_jeans_foreclosed_mansio.php ^ http://www.tmz.com/2009/01/26/wyclef-home-a-loan/ ^ http://www.miami-dadeclerk.com/civil/docketinfo.asp?pCase_Year=2008&pCase_Seq=3018&pCase_Code=CA&pCase_Loc=01&id=AAAHgHAAOAAAaZ/AAv ^ http://www.miami-dadeclerk.com/civil/docketinfo.asp?pCase_Year=2008&pCase_Seq=16954&pCase_Code=CA&pCase_Loc=01&id=AAAHgHAAOAAAa5VAAK ^ Partizan - Commercials - Doug Nichol ^ MTV Online  External links Wikimedia Commons has media related to: Wyclef Jean Official website Official justRHYMES.com profile Yéle Haiti Foundation Sak Pasé Records (a record label founded by Wyclef) Wyclef Jean on Facebook [hide]v • d • eFugees Lauryn Hill · Wyclef Jean · Pras Michel Studio albums Blunted on Reality · The Score Compilation albums Refugee Camp - Bootleg Versions · Greatest Hits Singles "Boof Baf" · "Nappy Heads" · "Vocab" · "Fu-Gee-La" · "Killing Me Softly" · "Ready or Not" · "No Woman, No Cry" · "Rumble in the Jungle" · "Take It Easy" Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wyclef_Jean" Categories: 1972 births | Living people | American activists | American rappers | Haitian activists | Haitian Americans | Haitian hip hop musicians | Humanitarians | Rappers from New Jersey | People from Bergen County, New Jersey | People from Essex County, New Jersey | Eastern Nazarene College alumni | The Nation of Gods and Earths people | American Protestants | Haitian musicians
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