Jean Wyclef Lyrics

Genre: Hip Hop/Rap

Jean Wyclef Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Bubblegoose (South Park)
2 Da Cypha
3 Daddy
4 Oh What A Night
5 Closing Arguments (interlude)
6 911
7 In The Zone
8 Yele
9 Gunpowder
10 Two Wrongs
11 Kenny Rogers - Pharoahe Monch Dub Plate
12 Perfect Gentleman
13 War No More
14 Ghetto Racine (PJ's Creole Mix)
15 Rumble In The Jungle
16 Year Of The Dragon
17 1-800-Henchman
18 New Day
19 Killer M.C. (interlude)
20 80 Bars
21 New Day (Pop Radio Edit)
22 Mona Lisa
23 Pullin Me In
24 You Say Keep It Gangsta
25 No Airplay
26 Pablo Diablo (interlude)
27 Runaway
28 25 To Life
29 Sang Fezi
30 Something About Mary
31 Instant Request
32 Bubblegoose (Bakin' Cake Version)
33 The Streets Are Like A Jungle
34 Street Jeopardy
35 Thug Angels
36 Knockin on Heaven's Door
37 Thug Angel
38 To All The Girls
39 Where Fugees At?
40 Masquerade
41 Cheated (Rock Remix)
42 What's Clef
43 Tryin' To Stay Alive
44 Whitney Houston Dub Plate
45 Midnight Lovers
46 Cheated (To All The Girls)
47 Anything Can Happen
48 Words Of Wisdom (interlude)
49 Wish You Were Here
50 Chickenhead (remix)
51 Apocalypse
52 Party Like I Party
53 Gone Til November
54 Bubblegoose
55 Peace God
56 Gone Til November (Pop Version)
57 Pussycat
58 Gone Til November (The Makin' Runs Remix)
59 Down Lo Ho (Interlude)
60 The Eulogy
61 Imagino
62 Enter The Carnival (interlude)
63 Diallo
64 The Mix Show
65 Fresh (interlude)
66 Hollyhood To Hollywood
67 The PJ's
68 Low Income
69 Guantanamera
70 However You Want It
71 Thug Like Me
72 Men In Blue (No Airplay)
73 It Doesn't Matter

Jean Wyclef Bio

Wyclef Jeanelle Jean (born October 17, 1969) is a three-time Grammy Award-winning Haitian-American rapper, singer-songwriter, musician, record producer, and politician. At age nine, Jean moved to the USA with his family and has spent much of his life in the country. He first received fame as a member of the acclaimed New Jersey hip hop group the Fugees.

On August 5, 2010, Jean filed for candidacy in the 2010 Haitian presidential election, although the Electoral Commission subsequently ruled him ineligible to stand as he had not met the requirement to have been resident in Haiti for five years.

Jean's efforts at earthquake relief, highly publicized in 2010 throughout Haiti and the United States, were channeled through his charitable organization, Yéle Haiti.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wyclef_Jean